It’s Worth It To Drive Across Indiana Just For The Fry Pies At Wilson Farm Market
Few things are as pleasing as fresh-made foods like straight-from-the-farm produce, hand-battered fried chicken, and home-made baked goods, and few places in Indiana are worth driving all the way from across the state for these things, but we have managed to find a couple over the years. The one we’re featuring right now has definitely earned its place among the greats if we do say so ourselves. In Arcadia, halfway between Indianapolis and Kokomo, there’s a cute little family-owned mom-and-pop general store that serves up some of the best baked goods in Indiana – but the fry pies are, by far, our favorite. Come check out Wilson Farm Market, but be sure to leave plenty of room in the car – you’re going to want to take everything home with you. Come early and be sure to enjoy the best fry pies in Indiana – if not the whole Midwest!
For more information including the most up-to-date hours, pricing, specials, and more, be sure to check out the official Wilson Farm Market website. Which baked goods are your favorites? Tell us in the comments, and if you have a favorite place for baked goodies in Indiana, tell us about it by filling out this form and you might see your pick featured someday!
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