I thought it would be fun to highlight one article each week from the Hoosier bloggers you know and love. You know, previously Featured Little 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 and Food
A Couple Cooks: Herbed Potato Salad with Yogurt and Snap Peas — Does this recipe scream “summer” or what?
Everyday Mom’s Meals: Poor Man’s Risotto — This blogger admits to a lack of patience in the kitchen and jumped at the chance to make a “poor mans” version of risotto, creamy sausage and wild rice pilaf .
Goodeness Gracious: Crockpot Beans, Potatoes, and Sausage — Easy, peasy throw-together meal in a crockpot!
BasilMomma: Grilled Potato Salad with Lemon Dijon Vinaigrette — Fresh and pretty, you make this great side on the grill.
Big Fat Baker: Blueberry Punch (Krissy’s Virtual Baby Shower) — It’s a boy! A blueberry punch recipe to celebrate baby.
Sarah Lynn’s Sweets: Sweet Tooth Tuesdays #7 — Another sweet link up of desserts from around the blogosphere.
Treble in the Kitchen: Seating Chart Complete — The final countdown before this Indiana blogger ties the knot–and a recipe for Collard Green Wraps.
The Hidden Pantry: Golden Cream of Wild Morel, Mushroom, and White Truffle Soup — Cool evening? How about homemade soup?
Indiana Personal Blogs
Don Sedburry: Life and How to Write One Great Song: My Cancer Journey — Diagnosed with cancer, this young blogger has a story to share.
Tales from the Coop Keeper: Remember Momma — Eleven years ago, this blogger lost her mother.
Something Monumental: Color Bombed — A few weeks after the death of her boyfriend, this Hoosier blogger shares images of a favorite day.
Jean’s Boots are Made for Talking: Eric and Erin — Wedding shots from a country wedding.
53Blonde: Friday Letters — The last week in review and looking forward to summer fun the next week.
Beta Motivation: How To Make Your Brain Work Better + Watermelon Story — Three tips to make your brain really work.
Sketching Brad: Moving Day— A new move and things are going just fine.
Grey Barn Stories: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner? — Putting life on hold for a moment to reconnect with what is important.
Hoosier Gardener: Herbs From the Garden Freshen Summer Fare — Sage, basil, lavender…these are just a sampling of summer herbs that can perk up any meal.
May Dreams Gardens: Ploppers Field — Eye-catching perennials are plants here, there, and everywhere in a favorite garden.
Indiana Authors and Writers
Marian Allen: #6WSC Inspiration — A six word story challenge.
Stuff: Mountains and Molehills — Why do some people fall apart while others deal with problems when they arise?
Red Tash: Troll or Park Update — Anxiously awaiting the sequel to Troll or Derby, fans will be happy to read about the progress for the second book.
Eclectic Insights: Thursday Tidbits: The Internet is Great for More Than Recipes — The power of social media to help others…even furry friends.
Tulle and Trinkets: Sunday Best — A list of finds and favorites that adorned this blogger last Sunday.
Sarah’s Real Life: Necessity is the Mother of Chambray — An outfit made for brunch.
Education and Crafts
Walking by the Way: Ten Tools for Learning Spanish — A slew of language links to get your learning groove on.
Acton Creative: Short and Sweet — It’s done! View the end result of the weaving project.
SpellOutloud: 21 Summer Service Project Ideas — Want to make the world a better place? Twenty one ways to begin.
A Mouse in My Pocket: The Skater Dress — A Vintage Vogue pattern that is easy to wear.
Patty’s Pretty Things: My Happy List: Calendars, More Painting, and a New Recipe — Settling into retirement doesn’t mean a flurry of activity to get done by August, it means time to do what she wants to do.
Travel and History
Local Lady: What’s Behind That Window? Main Street Diner — An interview with a community active small business in Richmond, Indiana.
Rensselaer Adventures: Around Town June 27, 2013 — Construction, a busier community pool than usual, and other activities of summer.
Eternal Lizdom: Preview @IndyStateFair — This blogger is thrilled by upcoming State Fair Events.
Back Home Again: Our Honeymoon — Revisiting a favorite travel moment: their honeymoon.
Historic Indianapolis: What’s in a Name? Spring Mill Road — Where did Spring Mill Road get its name? From an old mill.
Small Towns: Destinations, not Drive-Thrus! I’m Jessica Nunemaker and THIS is Little Indiana.
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