Spring will be here eventually, I’m sure. So? You have planning to do. We discovered a fantastic shabby chic haven in Scottsburg, enjoyed the gorgeous archways in Centerville, and stayed at an adorable guest cottage in Madison. We found time to revisit an Indiana barbecue joint in images.
Banana Cream Pie was on the menu and wow was that great. Comfort food must have been the theme this week because Brownies were part of it, too.
If you think this week was incredible just wait until next week.
Little Indiana Weekly Recap
Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web: 4/14/2013 — 4/20/2013 — 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.
Rough Edges Antiques and Vintage in Scottsburg, Indiana — Rough Edges in Scottsburg, Indiana is one amazing combination. It’s part antique shop, part furniture shop, and full of items that just fills you full of WANT. From furniture to books to home decor and accessories, it’s incredible.
Banana Cream Pie Recipe — I have always loved banana cream pie so I really don’t understand why it took me so long to make my own. This recipe was simple and delicious. They will become a part of our summer dessert menu from now on.
Homemade Brownies Recipe — To me, a brownie recipe isn’t a brownie recipe unless it includes frosting. Even though these don’t, I surprisingly still enjoy them anyway.
Images from Jefferson Street Barbecue in Converse, Indiana — Why do so many folks think you need to head out of state to find the best barbecue when there are places like Jefferson Street Barbecue in Converse, Indiana? It’s not only wonderful, but the atmosphere inside looks great, too. This would make a fabulous destination for a family, a date, or a business lunch.
Dove Cottage Guest House in Madison, Indiana — Madison, Indiana has so much to see and do–so why not stay in charming Dove Cottage Guest House to make it easier? Within walking distance of downtown Madison, and just off the river, the location was perfect. We loved being able to walk around instead of having to get into the car constantly.
Centerville, Indiana Arches: Unique Indiana Architecture — Platted in 1814, Centerville, Indiana is a very old Indiana town. But it’s not called the “City of Arches” for nothing–there’s something very unique found on a handful of buildings. The archways here are wide enough to fit a horse. It’s an interesting and unusual feature.
Indiana Blogs: Eclectic Insights — Eclectic Insights is an Indiana blog that highlights the work of Indiana author Sam Cheever. With more than forty novels behind her name in the romantic suspense and paranormal/fantasy genre, it is further proof that we Hoosiers are a very diverse bunch.
That’s All She Wrote
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