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Indiana Candy Making History – Edible Indy

This week my article about Indiana candy history was published in Edible Indy Magazine! It was a such a fun story to write and “research.” What a pleasure talking with people so invested in their  craft! I want to especially thank Warren and Jill Schimpff. They are naturally entertaining and informative teachers. Here are a few pictures from my visit to their store in Jeffersonville. Check out my article for more details on charting your own Indiana candy tour! Visit the Schimpffs and the other candy makers this summer. The issue also includes  wonderful and delicious histories of canning, mason jars, breweries and more. Find a copy, better yet subscribe at http://edibleindy.ediblefeast.com/

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Traditional Fish Candy referencing the Ohio River

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Some of their beautiful and colorful candies

 

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Warren makes Red Hots
Candycollectionhires.jpgMy bag of candy that I brought home with me! The Turtles were chewy, crunchy and velvety chocolate smooth
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About lsbanu

I cook, eat, read and write.

2 comments on “Indiana Candy Making History – Edible Indy

  1. Meg
    March 25, 2016

    love it!!!!

    Like

    • lsbanu
      March 25, 2016

      Me too! I had such fun tasting and learning about candy. I don’t even have a big sweet tooth.

      Like

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