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Culinary creations sought for Edible Book Festival

Kristen Finch shows her 2013 Edible Book Festival entry "The Cat in the Hat." Finch was a student in the advanced decorating and candies class. The university is looking for entrants to sign up by March 13 for this year’s festival, which will be April 7. (Courtesy photo)
Kristen Finch shows her 2013 Edible Book Festival entry "The Cat in the Hat." Finch was a student in the advanced decorating and candies class. The university is looking for entrants to sign up by March 13 for this year’s festival, which will be April 7. (Courtesy photo)
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Thursday, March 06, 2014 12:01 am
Do you enjoy The Adventures of Huckleberry Pie or Oliver Peppermint Twist? Then Ivy Tech Community College Northeast is looking for you.The eighth annual Edible Book Festival invites public and university-related book and food lovers to create, display and taste “edible books”— dishes based on a book or a pun of a book title. The festival is noon-2 p.m. April 7 in the Student Life Center on North Campus, 3701 Dean Drive. Edible books will be displayed for public viewing noon-1 p.m., then consumed by attendees 1-2 p.m.

Last year's Edible Book Festival had 28 entries.

To participate, complete the online registration form by March 13 at libguides.ivytech.edu/ebfregistration.

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