Fresh, delectable and locally grown describe the many U-pick farm market and eatery stops on or near U.S. Highway 41 in Knox County near Vincennes, Indiana.
Jim Campbell, former owner of Mild to Wild Peppers and Herb Co., shares his top pepper picks.
Get the recipes for Angel Food Cake and Easy Quiche, submitted by Indiana egg farmers.
Many of Indiana’s farmers open their gates to pick-your-own customers or sell their pumpkins farmstand-style.
Visit HighPoint Orchard & Winery in Greensburg for farm fresh food, historic beauty, delicious doughnuts and a charming events space.
Persimmon grower Jerry Lehman strives to commercialize persimmons to benefit consumers and provide income for Hoosier farmers.
Cantaloupe growers explain why Southern Indiana is the ideal region for growing melons, thanks to its soil composition and temperate climate.
What is a Decker melon? Only one of the sweetest, juiciest, heftiest, most sought-after melons in Indiana you can sink your teeth into on a hot summer afternoon.
Indiana Grown is a cooperative effort among farmers, processors, wholesalers, retailers and restaurants and the Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) to brand and promote Indiana produce and production.
Noble County’s countywide Farm to Fork tour – Indiana’s first – offers interactive experiences while you follow your food’s journey from how it’s grown to how it ends up on your dinner table.
Learn where an Indiana sheep farm sells their lamb products.
Looking for Indiana pumpkin patches, or do you want to find the best recipe for pumpkin pie?
There’s no tastier fall treat than this cool twist on Indiana apple cider: the cider slushie.
Local ingredients come together with a fresh and ever-changing menu at the family-owned Farmer’s Daughter Bakery and Cafe in Princeton.
The third-generation farming family owns and operates one of the largest garden centers and produce stands in Indiana. Johnson’s Farm Produce is located in Hobart with a second location on Highway 30 in Valparaiso.
Dougherty family prides itself more on quality than quantity, raising grain-fed Black Angus cattle on their 2,000-acre, third-generation family farm.
Indiana, the second largest ice cream production state in the nation, is home to a spectrum of ice cream production from local on farm natural flavors to traditional comfort flavors on the grocery store shelves.
Learn how to grill any kind of summer vegetable, including fresh carrots, corn in the husk, asparagus, kabobs and other fresh produce.
A Great Lakes Friday night fish fry just wouldn’t be the same without the sweet, mild flavor of the region’s favorite fish, yellow perch. Bell Aquaculture seeks to feed that demand with its farm-raised yellow perch.
Farmers markets have a way of bringing shoppers back time and again, and Indiana’s 120-plus markets are no exception. No matter what county you live in, just-picked produce, a lighthearted atmosphere, friendly vendors and affordable prices are a winning combination.
Whether you’re new to farmers markets or a loyal market shopper, keep these tips in mind to make the experience a lot more satisfying
For Tracy and Christina Hunter, honey is a way of life. Though they both have full-time jobs as teachers, they also carry on a 100-year legacy of beekeeping at Hunter’s Honey Farm.
Find out how to choose the best apples, pears and fall vegetables and learn how to store them for optimal freshness.
Wineries flourish along three designated wine trails, making for plenty of opportunities to experience the full range of Indiana wines, plus other points of interest along the way.
Satek Winery opened in 2001, but like the grapes that grow in its vineyards, the roots of the award-winning winery sink deep in the Indiana soil.
The Harper Valley Farms pumpkin patch in Westport, Indiana, is open each fall from mid-September to Halloween, seven days a week, weather permitting.