Monthly Archives: February 2012

Second Servings Podcast Episode 1: Breaded Pork Tenderloin

On this episode of Second Servings: the marvels of breaded meat. Indiana’s pride is the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich. For a closer look at this Hoosier staple, we hauled in a few experts to share their thoughts. Continue reading

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Lahody Meats Butcher Shop

Lahody Meats Butcher Shop has only been open for 3 years, to the residents of Muncie, Indiana it seems like its always been there, according to owner Ron Lahody. His parents, Myron and Pauline, owned a local butcher shop from 1965 to 1980. Continue reading

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TAI Webinar: Community Benefits of the Rotating Exhibit Network

NOTE: Due to illness, tomorrow’s webinar has been postponed one week to Tuesday, Feb. 28, at noon. Traditional Arts Indiana’s next webinar is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 28, from noon to 1 p.m. at Click on the link at … Continue reading

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Marcy Prochaska, Hammered Dulcimer

Marcy Prochaska performs on the hammered dulcimer around Marshall County. While in Virginia for college, she found herself fascinated by the instrument when she saw it being played at the Presbyterian church that she attended. Longingly, she added the instrument … Continue reading

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Irene Davis, Quilter

Irene Davis sews quilts for her family members, church, and community in Bloomfield. She learned how to quilt with her church community in the mid-1960s, after a fire destroyed part of the church. The ladies’ group met, the hostess provided … Continue reading

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