Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web

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Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web

Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web

Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web

I thought it would be fun to highlight one article each week from the Hoosier bloggers you know and love. You know, previously featured Indiana bloggers.

Just like the bloggers, no two weeks will ever be the same! Like a fine box of Indiana chocolates, you never know what you are going to get.

If you are an Indiana blogger and would like to be featured on Little Indiana, please let me know via email or in the comments below. Now, let’s get caught up with what our Hoosier bloggers were doing this week.

Indiana Blog Updates

The categories may change each week but look for the bold-faced category items to easily navigate to the topics you prefer.

Recipes

Marian Allen: Spaetzle Casserole WIN — German dumplings, veggies, and cheese combine to form this satisfying casserole dish.

Everyday Mom’s Meals: It’s Not a Rut, It’s a Trend — Sloppy Joes make another appearance but this time they are kicked up with favorite taco flavors.

The Stay at Home Chef: A Better Bagel and Weekly Menu Plan for March 22 through March 29  — This homemade bagel recipe will certainly get you into the kitchen. Menu plan with links to recipes are a great little bonus.

The Hidden Pantry: Fresh Fruit Salad in Orange Vanilla Sauce — Now that Spring is here, brighten up that table with a colorful (and healthy) fruit salad.

A Latte with Ott, A: Slow Cooked Lamb Shanks with Tomatoes and Leeks — Something different for the slow cooker–yet still easy and great.

Basilmomma: Light and Quick Two Ingredient Muffins — For the hungry person in a hurry, it doesn’t get much faster than this.

Goodeness Gracious: Taco Night Recipes — A link compilation of taco-themed meals from folks in the Real Farmwives of America and Friends.

The Ginger Kitchen: Salmon Cakes with Spring Greens — For a dish that’s as pretty to look at as it is tasty to eat.

A Couple Cooks: Cinnamon Yogurt Fruit Dip — A simple and favorite recipe from these two cooks.

Sarah Lynn’s Sweets: Elephant Birthday Party — Step by step instructions to use fondant and create a very eye-appealing cake.

Personal

Tulle and Trinkets: Life Lately in Photos–Packing Edition — Packing up to move into their first house.

You Think Too Much: Millenials, Facebook, and Seeing a Real, Live Owl — College classroom conversation turns to the differences between the generations. Want information now? It’s at your fingertips. Insightful article, as always.

Sarah in Real Life: Nobody Asked You, Snow — A happy polka dot shirt gets this blogger through the 9″ of snow that fell on Indianapolis this week.

Walking the Off-Beaten Path: A Little Luck O’ the Irish and Some Help from the Easter Bunny — Need a great community fundraising idea? Check out the cake walk. It’s a popular school fundraiser that draws in the crowd.

Girls in White Dresses: Does Preschool have a Dark Side — Preschool may be breeding poor social behaviors.

See Meggie Run: Circular Logic: Marathon #10 Recap  — One loop, twenty-six times. A recap of a chilly yet memorable run.

Grey Barn Stories: Grey Barn Farm Girls — The beginning of a new venture: Grey Barn Farm Occasions!

Acton Creative: Keep On, Keepin’ On — A weaving project in progress.

Our Little Monkeys: Just Play — Family updates with plenty of play.

Hoosier Farm Babe Tells Tails: Five Minutes to a Fabulous Face — Quick tips to look fresh in five minutes or less.

Red Tash: House Tash — The family arms inspired by Game of Thrones.

53Blond: The Otter Bridal Shower — Images and stories from this blogger’s bridal shower.

Jean’s Boots are Made for Talking: Two Hours with Temple — A chance to speak with Dr. Temple Grandin, born so autistic she could not speak by age two but now is a professor and someone very sought after for her specialty in animal behavior, leaves this blogger with plenty of good advice.

Eternal Lizdom: Parenting by Pinterest — When someone does something mean, they need to do something nice to repair hurt feelings. Now that’s a parenting guideline I can totally embrace.

Something Monumental: Color in Motion 5K Indianapolis — Dress in white, run, walk, or crawl, and at every kilometer of the race you get blasted with color.

Education and Crafts

Granola Mom 4 God: We Still Do School — A recap of the homeschool year so far and the state of curriculum as it stands.

Travel and History

Arrows Sent Forth: We’re Heading Back to England…and Planning to Stay Awhile — This Indiana blogger and family will be heading overseas–to live for the next three years!

Holiblog: Fly Away Home — Setting up Eagles Flight at Holiday World.

Just like the Number: 10 Tips for Holding it Together at Disney World — Planning a vacation to Disney? Here’s tips to help it go smoothly!

Rensselaer Adventures: Stained Glass at Brushwood Methodist — Peek inside this simple country church and take a gander at the stained glass.

Historic Indianapolis: Friday Favorite: Gothic Chapel, Crown Hill — An 1875 church built with Indiana limestone.

Decatur County History: Remembering the Elks Collapse — A hole was discovered in the roof of the building. Everyone evacuated–and moments later the roof collapsed, killing one.

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About the Author:

Jessica Nunemaker is the Owner of Little Indiana.com. 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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