Tyner Pond Farm

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Best Of Indianapolis 2018 — Dine & Drink

With oatmeal cream pies so good we put them on the cover.

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Decoding Chris Baggott

Baggott’s early years were marked by the kind of pain, frustration, and failure that would wreck anyone not equipped with his tenacious belief that better things are around the corner.

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High on the Hog: A Review of The Mug in Irvington

The second incarnation of entrepreneur Chris Baggott’s farm-to-curb concept that started in Greenfield checks every box for a successful run.

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Best of Indy 2016: Food & Drink

Gourmet ice cream. Barrel-aged coffee. A week’s worth of dishes from Rook. Here, our list of the food and drink that made this city great this year.

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Our Most Livable Small Towns: Greenfield

Slowly and steadily, the Hancock County center is coming into its own—without losing its rural character.

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Tech Munch: A Review of ClusterTruck

What kind of wrinkle in the time-space continuum must occur for an online order of food to arrive, hot and fresh at my curb, barely 20 minutes after clicking on the “place order” button, which is faster than I could walk to City Market?

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The Feed: Griggsby’s Station, Open Society Public House, and More

Indy dining news this week includes Chris Baggott’s new farm-to-table eatery in Greenfield, a South American restaurant launching in SoBro, and Metazoa Brewing Co.’s grand-opening date.

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Order Direct from the Farms Chefs Love

Here’s how to get fresh, local protein, straight to your doorstep.

Rossman and Baggott (l-r) with heritage pullets
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Farm-to-Table Talk with Chris Baggott & Ian Rossman

How the Garden Table chef forged his relationship with Baggott’s Tyner Pond Farm.

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Hot Neighborhoods: Greenfield

A grand courthouse, an assortment of hip shops, local eateries, and homegrown businesses (including a craft brewery), and more

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The New Hoosier Farmer: Keeps His Animals Happy

Baggott took an early retirement and, in 2010—just a year after ExactTarget surpassed $100 million in annual sales—purchased a 98-acre farm near Greenfield to raise livestock. Never mind that he had no agricultural experience whatsoever.