Jim Campbell of the Pike Township Fire Department turned his passion for growing chili peppers into Mild to Wild Pepper and Herbs company.
Enter throughout June for your chance to win a prize pack of sauces and spices from Mild to Wild Peppers & Herb Co.
Indiana pitmasters emphasize the sweet side of barbecue.
Held at Burton’s Maplewood Farm in Medora, the National Maple Syrup Festival takes place during the first and second weekends in March each year. Find out what to expect at the sweet celebration.
Indiana bakery cooks up fame with a secret recipe.
Indiana Artisan Program highlights handmade food and gifts.
Warm up this winter on the Uplands Indiana Wine Trail, featuring 9 wineries in the hills of Southern Indiana.
Visit an Indiana winery for the perfect Thanksgiving meal pairing.
What is a “pierogi”? A “busha”? A “babushka”? Expand your knowledge of all things Polish at the annual Pierogi Fest in Whiting.
Combine 10 years’ experience in 4-H, a couple of handfuls of sweet and hot peppers and a bit of sisterly love, and you have the recipe for Big Sister Salsa.
When the aroma of homemade muffins wafts through the air, there’s a good chance that Clabber Girl is involved. Learn about the past, present and future of the 160-year-old Terre Haute company.
They aren’t your average marshmallows. Pumpkin chai, gingerbread, elephant ear, sweet potato and ginger, white chocolate snow … bacon, maple and toffee? Learn about these Indiana-made sweet treats and how you can win an assortment of gourmet marshmallows.
Schimpff’s Confectionery is 120 years old yet remains a red-hot attraction in downtown Jeffersonville, Indiana.
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.
While going green is a popular and environmentally savvy choice these days, Hoosiers also can’t go wrong going red with juicy, homegrown Red Gold tomatoes.
Celebrate National Pie Day on January 23 by indulging in the official Hoosier state pie: sugar cream pie.
Make your eats a little more interesting while also keeping them fresh by ordering from American Spice, a Fort Wayne-based company offering canning and pickling supplies, such as sour salt, fruit pectin and ground seeds.
While October wasn’t officially declared National Popcorn Poppin’ Month until 1999, the holiday has been celebrated for more than 25 years.