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Sorghum, an historic food still vital in rural Indiana

Sorghum, an historic food still vital in rural Indiana

Wander the country roads of Southern Indiana and you’ll sometimes see signs advertising freshly made sorghum, the sight of a pony pulling a rope round and round in a circle attached to a machine or an odd piece of farm machinery that looks like a long forgotten antique laying out in a field.…

October 19, 2012 2:59 pm Photos

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Sorghum, a historic food still vital in rural Indiana

Sorghum, a historic food still vital in rural Indiana

Wander the country roads of Southern Indiana and you’ll sometimes see signs advertising freshly made sorghum, the sight of a pony pulling a rope round and round in a circle attached to a machine or an odd piece of farm machinery that looks like a long forgotten antique laying out in a field.…

October 12, 2012 2:59 pm Photos

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Limiited Edition, Small Batch Candy at Schimpffs

Limiited Edition, Small Batch Candy at Schimpffs

Candy is the family business for the Schimpffs who’ve been making sweets since immigrating to the U.S. in the early 1850s.

October 04, 2012 2:59 pm
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