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little Indiana Weekly Recap 10/15/2012 — 10/20/2012

It’s easy to miss a little Indiana article here and there. I do update twice a day, every day! But have no fear, the weekly recap is here!

Wowza–what a week! little Indiana and family traveled to teeny tiny Mount Ayr to see Jerry Zimmerman, aka Mr. Freeze, in action. Hubs and I spent a fantastic evening out at Bonge’s Tavern–which included duck and amazing homemade items you won’t believe. There was also pizza (isn’t there usually pizza?), Indiana antiques, and plenty more! It was an incredible week spent exploring small towns.

I had to fit in baking up a batch of Dark Chocolate Orange Cookies and some Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Scones too. Yum!

If you think this week was loads of fun, just wait until you see what is in store for next week!

little Indiana Weekly Recap

Mr. Freeze (Jerry Zimmerman) in Mount Ayr, Indiana
Mr. Freeze (Jerry Zimmerman) in Mount Ayr, Indiana

Big Woods Pizza Company: Nashville, Indiana — Some days you just want pizza (if you are me, that would be most days) so we had to check out Big Woods Pizza in Nashville, Indiana.

Mr. Freeze Chills Out in Mount Ayr, Indiana — With a population of 122 folks, this small town rolled out the welcome mat to long-time scientist Jerry Zimmerman, otherwise known as Mr. Freeze.

Images from Weddings and Prom in Madison, Indiana — You can find the perfect special occasion dress at Weddings and Prom in Madison, Indiana! See how easy it is to shop local?

Bonge’s Tavern in Perkinsville, Indiana: Gourmet American Cuisine with Small Town Flair — What began as a hardware store in the 1830?s, Bonge’s Tavern in Perkinsville, Indiana has been a popular restaurant since 1934. One taste and you’ll know why!

Best Cookie Recipes: Dark Chocolate Orange Cookies — At first bite, I thought that this Dark Chocolate Orange Cookie recipe was pretty good. They are sneaky good.

Bonge's Tavern: Perkinsville, Indiana
Bonge’s Tavern: Perkinsville, Indiana

Best Scones Recipes: Pumpkin Chip Scones — Since my chocolate chip scone recipe was so popular with the kiddos (and hubs), I couldn’t wait to try a scones recipe for pumpkin chocolate chip scones, too!

Katie’s Antiques in Chesterton, Indiana — After I saw the large wrap around porch strewn with everything from paintings to plates outside of Katie’s Antiques in Chesterton, Indiana I could not wait to get in.

Images from Sandy Pines Sports Grill in DeMotte, Indiana — The Sandy Pines Sports Grill in DeMotte, Indiana is such a spacious, welcoming place to pull up a chair and stay awhile!

Abe Martin Lodge at Brown County State Park in Nashville, Indiana — Abe Martin Lodge at Brown County State Park in Nashville, Indiana is a comfortable lodging option.

McClure's Orchard and Winery: Peru, Indiana
McClure’s Orchard and Winery: Peru, Indiana

Images from McClure’s Orchard and Winery in Peru, Indiana — Get your taste of Indiana wine and a unique (and rather large) selection of hard ciders at McClure’s Orchard and Winery in Peru, Indiana.

Bean Blossom, Indiana: Plum Creek Antiques — I just found the shabby chic lover’s dream store in little Bean Blossom, Indiana: Plum Creek Antiques.

Images from Dairy Master in Loogootee, Indiana — Ice cream season doesn’t need to end if you happen to be near Dairy Master in Loogootee, Indiana!

That’s All She Wrote!

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About Jessica Nunemaker

Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little More than a website, Little Indiana is a PBS segment on the state-wide program "The Weekly Special," a bi-weekly column in a local newspaper, and a book. Look for "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" published by Indiana University Press in April 2016--just in time for Indiana's BIG 200th Birthday Celebration.

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