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. Follow along the Hoosier Bloggers Pinterest Board to make it easy.
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 Ginger Kitchen: Whole Wheat Pancakes with Strawberries and Toasted Coconut — You can never have too many pancake recipes. These are particularly pretty.
Sarah Lynn’s Sweets: Cupcakes Round-Up — Revisiting favorite cupcake recipes before this blogger had readers.
The Hidden Pantry: General Tao’s Chicken Sauce & Monteray Cherry Juice, Two Great “Finds” — Make your own General Tao’s chicken recipe.
The Stay at Home Chef: Cinco De Mayo Recipes from my Birthday: Mexican Pizzas and Pretty Simple Mole — A week of celebrating (and delicious recipes).
Everyday Mom’s Meals: Chocolate Fiend I’m Not — Even so, she is dishing up a chocolate lover’s dream pie right here: Double Chocolate Chip Cream Pie.
Basil Momma: Lemon Basil Hummus — Feeling snacky? Turn to this quick and healthy recipe.
A Couple Cooks: Radish and Quinoa Salad with White Beans — Fresh and spring-like, this is a salad to savor.
Eternal Lizdom: Celebrating Adoption–28 Years — This blogger celebrates Adoption Day: her own.
Tulle and Trinkets: 26 — A very big, exciting year in review.
Girls in White Dresses: Childhood Memories Friday: Fisher Price Little People — An image of an earlier time and a treasured toy!
Walking by the Way: Saying Yes — Saying “yes” to adoption.
Sarah’s Real Life: Denim on (Colored) Denim — What does one wear when they are “2/3 lawyer and 100% awesome?” This.
Jean’s Boots are Made for Talking: Choices — Some are big, some are small. What choices will you make today?
That Darn Kat: The UX of Your Bedroom — Cutting down the clutter to a more manageable future!
Marian Allen: 10 StoryADayMay The Reason for Rat Trap — Where is Rat Trap? How do you get there? Find out where Rat Trap came from.
A Latte with Ott, A: Little Bo Peep First Birthday Party — A happy birthday celebration.
Walking the Off-Beaten Path: First Communion for Little Bear — Recapping the big event in pictures.
Candidly Clyde: My 25th Birthday — Barbies, roller skating, chicken pox…a look back at past birthdays.
Eclectic Insights: Thursday Tidbit–What Makes a Cozy Mystery so much Fun? — The challenge and journey of a cozy mystery story.
You Think Too Much: My Own Query Letter Hell and the Dangers of Information Overload — Convincing an agent to look at your work? Not easy.
Red Tash: Do You Think You are Better Off Alone? — The Hermit. He’s the loner–and he’s also a part of a new project.
Tales from the Coop Keeper: Shenanigans — Bees are in their new home.
Travel and History
Something Monumental: Monon Food Company — Great nachos and an excellent place to hangout afterward.
Rensselaer Adventures: Changes 5/7/2013 — A look at downtown Rensselaer and the changes in store…
May Dreams Gardens: Portkey in the Garden — If you put in a portkey in your garden, where should it go?
Arrows Sent Forth: Navigating Stamford via Church Steeples — When navigation isn’t your specialty, you have to improvise a new way to find your way around.
Holiblog: One of the Great Mysteries of Life — Hilarious tweet about Holiday World.
Historic Indianapolis: Indianapolis Then and Now: Zaring’s Egyptian Theatre, 2741 Central Avenue — Laundry company turned movie theater.
Decatur County History: Greensburg’s Outstanding Properties — Places listed as “outstanding” by Indiana Landmarks.
Education and Crafts
Acton Creative: Let’s All “Heddle” Up — Threading heddles…it’s a weaving thing.
Our Little Monkeys: Free Counting 1-5 Math Pack — Keep them learning with this cute little freebie printable.
Eli Rose: Social Media Rules to Get Started — The new ongoing series at Little Indiana to help small business understand and correctly use social media.
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