Dig IN, A Taste of Indiana, will again showcase Indiana’s top chefs, growers/producers, brewers, vintners, and value-added food producers at the third annual event, Aug. 26 at White River State Park. As part of the ticket price, visitors are treated to two-ounce tastes of unique dishes made with farm-fresh Indiana produce and proteins. More than […]
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Dig-IN is a showcase of Indiana chefs, growers and producers. Visitors are treated to two-ounce tastes of unique dishes made with farm-fresh Indiana produce and proteins. More than 30 of the state’s greatest chefs and food minds will prepare the tastes on site while discussing their recipes and the all-Hoosier ingredients with visitors.
“Dig IN combines the best Indiana has to offer in the way of food and culinary creativity,” said Ann Schmelzer, program manager for entrepreneurship and diversified agriculture with the Indiana State Department of Agriculture.
Even the beverages used to wash down the tastes will have an Indiana flavor: The Indiana Wine Grape Council and Brewers of Indiana Guild will provide wine and beer tastings, and local soft drinks and water will be served as well. Local music, urban gardening exhibits, educational discussion panels, local expert Q&A sessions will round out the day.
WHERE: White River State Park Celebration Plaza, 801 W. Washington St., Indianapolis
WHEN: Sun., Aug. 28, noon-5 p.m.
COST: $20 in advance at select Marsh and MainStreet stores, $30 at the gate, children under 3 are free.
INFO: www.DigINdiana.org or (317) 607-8715
This post was submitted by Jen Thomas.