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Dig IN – A Taste of Indiana

Photo Courtesy The Gauche Garden

When you think of true Hoosier cuisine, what comes to mind? Most would probably answer with the cliché food items that are generally associated with Indiana across the nation – corn and tenderloins. Although both are exceptionally tasty and traditional within the state, there are even more scrumptious secrets that are waiting to be discovered by citizens and visitors alike.

Dig IN, Indianapolis’ gateway to uncovering the true taste of Indiana, celebrates Indiana food and the people that contribute to expanding Hoosier cuisine each and every day. You’ll be guided by Indiana agricultural and culinary experts as they take you a journey through the everyday processes of creating Indiana’s favorite dishes – from field to table top.

Join world-class chefs, leaders in the Indiana food community and fellow Hoosiers in an array of appetizing activities that will have your stomach more than satisfied by the end of the day. Activities include educational discussion panels, cooking demonstrations, urban gardening exhibits, local chef question and answer sessions, wine tasting and beer & food pairing classes.

Need to give your stomach a break? Relax in the shade as you kick back to the tunes of local music bands and acts throughout the park.

Dig IN takes place on August 28th from noon to 5 p.m. at White River State Park. General admission is $20, youth general admission (5-15) is $7 and children under 4-years old get in for free.

For more information on Dig IN or to purchase tickets in advance, visit the Dig IN website here.

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Written by : Lissa is a 2011 graduate of Butler University with a degree in Public Relations and Spanish. She is currently interning with Williams Randall Marketing and has held numerous internships throughout her college career at organizations across Indy, including Publicis, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Conrad Indianapolis and Emmis Communications. With passions in both traveling and communication, she strives to pursue a career path in travel and tourism within the journalism and public relations field. You can follow Lissa via Twitter at @lissaphillips