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Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web: 4/14/2013 — 4/20/2013

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 Hoosier bloggers themselves, no two weeks will ever be the same.. Like a fine box of Indiana chocolates, you just never know what you will find.

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


Sarah Lynn’s Sweets: My Twist on a Fruit Pizza — After seeing a recipe for fruit pizza, this blogger decided to tweak it a bit (and make it into cookie cups).

Everyday Mom’s Meal: Copycat Breakfast for Dinner — Breakfast for dinner is always a hit–especially when its as quick and easy as this one.

A Couple Cooks: Lemon and Arugula Rigatoni — A beautiful, beautiful dish just perfect for Spring.

Goodeness Gracious: 5 Pancake Recipes — Need new ideas? Here’s five!

A Latte with Ott, A: Homemade Deep Dish Double Decker Pizza — Another pizza addict, another pizza recipe.

Big Fat Baker: Volcanoes (Milk Bar Monday) — A new recipe, a unique bread.

Tales from the Coop Keeper: Sunday Suppers Recipes — Caramelized Balsamic Onion Mashed Potatoes with Parmesan. Green Beans. Banana Pudding. Yes, you read that right.


Stuff: Extra Cheese, Please — A new swimsuit and an epiphany of sorts.

Eternal Lizdom: My Ego — Remembering to be the “instrument and not try to be the driver and the director.”

Something Monumental: Flashbacks + Springtime — A review of the last week in images.

Jean’s Boots are Made for Talking: The Little Mower That Could — Unearthing an old lawn mower in the barn of stuff, one man is determined to get it fixed and running again!

Marian Allen: Not for the Casual Reader — Interviewing author Michael Williams who believes his work fits a different sort of reading niche.

That Darn Kat: Tearing out the Stitches and Starting Over — Like a row of crochet work that needs to be undone, today didn’t go so well.

Tulle and Trinkets: Kitchen Gallery Wall — New house, new kitchen–old and new art.

See Meggie Run: Boston Marathon 2013 — A fast run may have saved this Hoosier blogger’s life.

Sarah in Real Life: The Perks of a Statement Trench — Not a lot to say about fashion today…so she’s letting her patterned trench coat do the talking.

Boilermaker Ag: Light Through the Boston Marathon Darkness — Even with the bits of dark in the world, she urges us to remember the light.

Walking the Off-beaten Path: Taking a Little Walk with the Moos — Showing animals at the fair means a lot of walking–one hour per day per animal.

Walking by the Way: Schedules (Simplicity Week 5) — Going against the grain and trying to become less busy and instead focus on building relationships.

Education and Crafts

Just like the Number: Transitioning from Montessori to Public School in Kindergarten: How & Why We Made the DecisionSwitching schools.

Spell Outloud: Preschool Science: Learning about Fish — A lesson that revolves around the new pet in the family.

An Indiana Mom: Mixed Media Spring Mural — Is there anything this crafty Hoosier can’t do? This time, it’s a large mural to hopefully entice Spring to really arrive.

Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus. I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana.

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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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