On our plates: Dyngus Day, Hometown Hops Beer Fest, more
Put down that chocolate bunny and save room for the latest food news (and pierogi) … after all, tomorrow is…
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Traditions of sprinkling people with water and flirtatiously hitting others with switches stems from A.D. 966, but food still plays a central role in the celebrations.
South Bend is among the cities with some of the biggest Dyngus Day celebrations, the largest being in Buffalo, N.Y.
The spring 2015 issue of the Flavor 574 digital magazine is out. Learn more about the juicing trend in northern Indiana, or find recipes to make the perfect springtime sangria.
We also sat down with six local chefs to look out for, plus whipped a few ideas together for you for lunch in a jar.
Downloading the digital magazine is a breeze – simply look for the Elkhart Truth Publishing application in the app store on your iOS, Android or Kindle device. Then follow the download for the spring issue: Flavor 574: Chefs to Watch. Or read online. Enjoy!
Mark your calendars, because the inaugural Hometown Hops Beer Fest is from 2 to 5 p.m., April 25, in South Bend.
Live music and food from Chesterton’s Hungry Inc. food truck will also be available. Tickets are $30 pre-ordered, or $35 at the door.