little Indiana Weekly Recap 10/29/12 — 11/4/2012

///little Indiana Weekly Recap 10/29/12 — 11/4/2012

little Indiana Weekly Recap 10/29/12 — 11/4/2012

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!

Food, antiques, an embalming table…you know, a typical week bumming around little Indiana! We found a twenty year old music shop, baked up some delicious goodies, and enjoyed a return to the regular feature: Indiana blogs.

If you thought this week was really something…just wait until you see next week!

little Indiana Weekly Recap

Katie's Antiques: Chesterton, Indiana

Katie’s Antiques: Chesterton, Indiana

Indiana Blogs: You Think Too Much — You Think Too Much is an Indiana blog written by a college professor at a small liberal arts college.

Images from Katie’s Antiques in Chesterton, Indiana — Katie’s Antiques in Chesterton, Indiana takes up an entire floor of this home turned antique shop–plus outbuildings!

Beef House Restaurant in Covington, Indiana — Covington, Indiana has a very large dinner option just perfect for the steak and seafood lovers in your group: Beef House Restaurant.

Peru Music Center in Peru, Indiana: Twenty Years of Music — For more than twenty years, Peru Music Center inPeru, Indiana has filled any musical gaps for locals–and beyond!

Double D Resale Images from Covington, Indiana — Double D Resale is such a super fun shop in Covington, Indiana. It’s so full of stuff you won’t know whether to begin inside or out!

Peru Music Center in Peru, Indiana

Peru Music Center in Peru, Indiana

Stovetop Beef Stroganoff Recipe — There’s one good thing about cool (if not downright cold weather)–the return of comfort food like this Stovetop Beef Stroganoff recipe!

Best Bundt Cakes: Snickerdoodle Bundt Cake Recipe — After the success of the Snickerdoodle Cookie Bars, I figured I should explore another variety of Snickerdoodle with this Snickerdoodle Bundt Cake recipe.

Images from Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana — Sambo (Bethesda) Cemetery in Brownsburg, Indiana is another one of those really old and really neat Indiana cemeteries that I can’t help but explore!

Wakarusa, Indiana: The Embalming Table — It’s not every day that I step into a shop, chit chat with the owner, and hear, “Hey, you want to see the embalming table in the basement?”

Wakarusa, Indiana: Yoder Brothers Mercantile

Wakarusa, Indiana: Yoder Brothers Mercantile

Graham’s Bee Works in Morgantown, Indiana: Indiana Beekeeping and Beyond — When I saw the sign for Graham’s Bee Works in Morgantown, Indiana, I had no idea what we were walking into. I never would have guessed it was a beekeeper’s hub!

Brown County Rock and Fossil Shop in Nashville, Indiana — Nashville, Indiana is more than boutique shopping–take, for example, Brown County Rock Shop.

Images from Carolyn’s Collectibles in Holton, Indiana — Holton, Indiana may be small, but wow is Carolyn’s Collectibles a fun find!

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About the Author:

Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little More than a website, Little Indiana is a book, "Little Indiana: Small Town Destinations" (IU Press) awarded first place in the "Best in Indiana Journalism for a Nonfiction Book" by the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Little Indiana is also a bi-monthly newspaper column in a local paper and a PBS segment on the former Emmy award-winning program, "The Weekly Special."

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