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Indiana Bloggers: Hoosier Updates from Around the Web 9/8/2013 – 9/14/2013

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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

Sarah Lynn’s Sweets: Amazing Apple Dumplings — It might not always feel like Autumn, but it’s definitely apple season!

A Couple Cooks: Burrito Bowl — So pretty and full of color, it may become a new favorite!

Everyday Mom’s Meals: Cracked, Not Crushed — Potatoes, her way.

3 Kids and Lots of Pigs: Kid Friendly Apple Cranberry Pops — Say “adios” to summer with a pretty kid-pleasing treat!

Goodeness Gracious: Easy Peach Cobbler — Another end of summer favorite.

Girls in White Dresses: Menu Plan Monday – Tater Tot Casserole, Chili, and Indian Chickpea and Veggie Stew.

BasilMomma: Creamy Zucchini Dip — …because what Hoosier doesn’t have a ton of zucchini right now?

The Hidden Pantry: Dehydrating Apples for Cinnamon Apple Chips, My Husband LOVES These! – Loads of Indiana apples on your hands? Try this recipe!

Treble in the Kitchen: Italian Summer Squash Bake — A flavorful summer dish!

Travel and History

Something Monumental: Year of Popcorn — The State Fair in images.

Walking the Off-Beaten Path: Wordless Wednesday: Lest We Forget — Monument Circle in Indianapolis and 9/11.

Indiana Authors and Writers

IUPress Blog: Indiana Landmarks to host two events with Painting Indiana III artists – Twp great events featuring Indiana artists!

That Darn Kat: Managing Your Attention, Part 5 — Avoiding drama and growing up!

Education and Crafts

Acton Creative: Reed Me In — Time to sley the reed and a bit of “yarn soup.”

Walking by the Way: Co-op Ideas Link-Up — A linky for homeschool parents to add to and discover great co-op class ideas!

Fashion and Clothing

Tulle and Trinkets: The Geologist’s Wife — When the Gem, Mineral, and Fossil Show rolls through, this blogger dresses the part.

Sarah’s Real Life: It’s All in the Shoes — Change a look with a switch of the shoes!

Fitness and Training

See Meggie Run: Marathon Training Update: One month and one day before the Chicago Marathon!

Personal

Tales from the Coop Keeper: Maybe I Need to Be Broken — A hard, long summer easing into a new, just as hard season.

Eternal Lizdom: Friends: True Colors — You are Worth More than You Think You are.

Jean’s Boots are Made for Talking: Right on Time – Being on time saved her life.

Just like the Number: I Will Cut You for a Fake Dollar — Sibling rivalry.

Back Home Again: Friday Letters: Fall, the Weekend, and Facebook.

Find pictures in Indiana on my Flickr photostream or on the new little Indiana Tumblr blog.

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About Jessica Nunemaker

Jessica Nunemaker is the little Indiana owner and Host of a little Indiana segment state-wide on PBS. Sometimes, she even sleeps. You'll usually find Jessica gallivanting around Indiana towns (population 15,000 and less) with her husband, Jeremy, and two boys (ages 9 and 5) in tow in search of where to stay, play and eat in small towns across the state! Small towns: destinations, not drive-thrus!

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