September 26, 2012
Six Word Stories on Indiana Food

Urban legend tells us that friends of Ernest Hemingway once bet him he couldn’t write a short story in six words. His response:

For sale: Baby shoes, never worn.

Whether it’s true or not, one can see the power of brevity in this exercise. So, here’s the challenge: Create your own six word story about Indiana food! If you’re tweeting, use #IndianaHarvest and #sixwordstories. Or, post as a comment below. We’ll be collecting these as part of FoodCon3 at the Harrison Center for the Arts on Oct. 5 as well. Have fun!

Some examples to get you started:

Still want pierogies. Back to Whiting!

We fished. We caught. We ate.

Never underestimate the power of chocolate.

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