Author: Caroline Mosey
Caroline is a Tennessean-turned-Hoosier that loves to write about the flavors and faces of Central Indiana. She loves cooking, running, road trips, local coffee, backyard barbecues and hanging out with her husband and three kids.

It’s taken many years and plenty of trial and error to figure out which wines I really love. In our early twenties, my husband and I went on a trip to Napa and had no clue what we were doing or what anyone was talking about. We had a ton of fun (and wine, of course) but admittedly needed some education.

I love a classic tenderloin sandwich as much as anyone. But sometimes, it’s nice to switch things up. Tons of Hamilton County restaurants are participating in Tenderloin Tuesdays, but just a few of them are plating up twists on the classic. Below are my picks for a few worth sampling.

New craft breweries are cropping up everywhere we look in Hamilton County. But even though the breweries may be new, they aren’t forsaking the history of the spots they occupy. Underneath those modern Edison light bulbs, you may be swigging a beer named for the historical founding of the city of Fishers.

Mardi Gras Eats in Hamilton County

Tuesday, February 21, 2017 by Caroline Mosey

I’ve only been to New Orleans once, which is a gigantic tragedy. But in that one visit, I think I figured out the soul of the city. They just really, at their core, want to party. And what makes a party? Food and music! The music could be an entire blog post, but for our purposes, we’ll focus on food.

As fat Tuesday arrives Feb. 13, marking the culmination of Mardi Gras celebrations, don’t fret if you aren’t down in the Crescent City. There are lots of ways to get your Cajun fix here in Hamilton County, Indiana. Take note!

The ultimate Super Bowl spread

Tuesday, January 31, 2017 by Caroline Mosey

The only thing I love more than watching the Super Bowl is watching it with a mouthful of football snacks. And you know what I’m talking about when I say football snacks, right? (Everyone raises hand) Right!

I mean bite-sized things we can lift, scoop or stuff into our mouths that are high-flavor and preferably high-calorie (because it’s not bathing suit season yet, so let’s just be honest). For me, the Super Bowl is an event that calls for two important menu items: beer and meat. Those can both be left open for endless interpretations and variations, but may not be excluded altogether at any cost.