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Local eateries, caterers offering dining options at 2019 Whitley County EXPO on Saturday

From reports

Enjoy a taste of Whitley County during the 2019 Whitley County EXPO this Saturday, March 9, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Indian Springs Middle School. 

Sponsored by 3Rivers Federal Credit Union, Bowen Center, IN Whitley newspaper and Jill Daniel Menu & Party Consulting, the event will feature nearly 60 booths celebrating the businesses and non-profit organizations of Whitley County and live entertainment all day! 

"While you're shopping the booths, visiting with friends and neighbors and learning about all the great things Whitley County has to offer -- be sure to get something to eat," said Jennifer Romano, executive director of the Whitley County Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center. "We are incredibly excited to announce that we will have four unique dining opportunities this year sure to tempt the tastebuds and fill your belly!" 

Jill Daniel Menu, a sponsor of the event, will bring the backyard barbecue of summertime indoors with burgers, brats, hotdogs and macaroni and cheese. But, if you're still in a cold-weather mood, she'll have several assortments of her homemade soups, including Mexicali chicken, parmesan potato, tortellini vegetable and chili. She will also have some favorite local treats -- Mo's Cupcakes. 

Bomy Singh of Bomy's Authentic Indian Food will offer samples and servings of his delicious Indian cuisine, including favorites such as chicken tikka masala, curry chicken, channa masala, naan bread, rice, samosas and pakora. 

Bruce Lemke, owner of Bruno's BBQ, will be preparing his savory brisket, pulled pork and a street food favorite -- pork nachos. 

Once you've finished your lunch, be sure to sample some of Chris Lamb's incredible fudge and other dessert items from Old World Fudge. 

"There aren't many opportunities to try new so many local food favorites at one time without driving all over town," Romano added. "We're excited to be able to celebrate these Chamber members in this way." 

Admission and parking are free.

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