The Indianapolis City Market is now accepting submissions for their fall-themed cookbook “Harvest Market Cooking.” The cookbook will contain recipes featuring fall produce such as apples, beets, greens, mushrooms, squash, and everybody’s favorite, pumpkin. There will be four distinct recipe categories: dinner, dessert, drinks, and dog treats.
Submissions may be dropped off in the Market at one of the Halloween decorated drop boxes or on the City Market webpage under “Contact Us.” The drop boxes will be scattered throughout the Market starting Monday, Sept. 24 and will remain up until Wednesday, Oct. 24.
Cooks of all skill levels are encouraged to submit recipes—and there is no limit to the number of recipes submitted. In addition to submissions from locals, the cookbook will also include recipes from City Market merchants, Original Farmers’ Market vendors,and Indianapolis restaurateurs. The cookbook will be available on October 31st on the City Market website as an electronic download.
Other City Market events on Oct. 31 include:
Season’s last Original Farmers’ Market - Located on Market Street between Delaware & Alabama, the farmers’ market is open from 9:30 a.m. -1:30 p.m. and features a variety of locally grown produce, baked goods, coffee, honey, meats, and more!
Chefs in the Clark Demo Kitchen – Come join Valerie Vanderpool of Zest! Exciting Food Creations from starting at 11:00 a.m. as she whips up some great, fall-inspired recipes.
Pet Parade – Bring your furry friend clad in his best costume for a parade through the farmers’ market. Meet on the corner of Market & Delaware St. at 11:00 a.m.
For the kids – The little ones are encouraged to wear costumes to the Market where they can take home market-themed coloring pages and participate in recycling-minded crafts!