The Mysteries of Miso

by Susan Spann Many Westerners consider “miso” synonymous with “soup,” primarily because many of us had our first introduction to this Japanese specialty in that form. In the United States in particular, miso soup has become a familiar [...]

Live Music and Bellydancing

Live Music and Bellydancing Mediterra Restauraunt October 4, 2013 | 9 pm Call today to make a reservation| 317.253.1141  

Dad’s Secret to Great BBQ Chicken

By K.B. Owen We all know that Father’s Day gives us a chance to recognize the special dads in our lives.  Perhaps, when we think of our fathers, we recall the games of catch, or the family road trips, or our favorite televised sporting events, [...]

New Menu!!

Mediterra Restaurant & Lounge invites you to an enchanted evening with the magical illusions of David Ranalli, every Saturday from 7-9pm! We also have a fabulous new menu to tempt and satisfy you! Weather is warming up & it’s [...]

Going Gluten Free ~ Some Surprising Results

My Gluten Free Experiment…Better Than I Hoped For by Jenny Hansen With all the recent hooplah over genetically modified food and the call for labeling, I’ve been thinking about food and how it affects us. Until this year, I’d [...]

Who Knew Chickens Went On Strike?

  Who Knew Chickens Went On Strike? by Jenny Hansen I’ve got an eclectic family. We’ve got everyone from investment bankers to government workers, from ranchers to retirees raising chickens. Last time I visited my family in Missouri, [...]

Citysprout, Connecting you to local farms!

Connecting you to local farms!    What is a CitySprout community ? A CitySprout Community is an online network where people come together to combine their buying power and attract the interest of area farms. Each CitySprout Community [...]

Twelve Beers of Christmas

WHEN : Nov.29th – Dec.23rd 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm   It’s a Christmas tradition (2 years old!). Informal surveys have found that it already ranks higher in the Christmas tradition firmament than Christmas sweaters, company parties [...]