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Baked to Perfection

The heavenly scent of cinnamon rolls, bread and, of course, fry pies, greets patrons of this popular Amish Country bakery.

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Eat (Really) Local at Orchard House

This Granville B&B prides itself on creating truly memorable meals. Co-owner Dean Lowry does that by starting in his own backyard.

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3 Creative Winter Squash Recipes

Branch out from traditional preparations thanks to these Ohio chefs’ surprising and delicious creations.

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Great Jerky, No Bull

Katie Levesque of Hilliard launched her business in 2014. She now makes more than 40 beef jerky flavors ranging from Black Cherry Bourbon to fiery Scorpion XXX.

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Butler County Food Tour

Butler County offers a wide range of dining experiences, whether you’re looking for dinner and a movie or great down-home barbecue.

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Chicken Winner

Donna and Tom Thorpe’s website pays tribute to the elusive Ohio comfort-food favorite known as the shredded chicken sandwich.

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Ohio Shredded Chicken Sandwiches 3 Ways

Lima’s Keystone Meats shares a few ideas for putting a fresh twist on the Buckeye State classic.

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White House Fruit Farm’s Famous Doughnut

This Canfield farm market sold its blueberry doughnut for a decade with little fanfare. Then, sometime during the 1990s, things changed.

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Honeyrun Farm, Williamsport

Isaac and Jayne Barnes have grown what started out as a hobby into a full-fledged business that sells seasonal honey and other products that are creating a buzz.

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Ohio Ice Cream Guide

Check off our list of nearly two dozen Buckeye State brands, stands and landmark spots.

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Ohio Ice Cream Stands

These nostalgia-packed roadside spots are sure to delight the child in all of us.

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What’s in Season: August

Cara Mangini of Little Eater in Columbus and Paige Beal of Harvest Moon Craft Kitchen in Canal Winchester help navigate the wealth of August crops

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Rebecca’s Bistro, Walnut Creek

Rebecca Miller’s restaurant is one of the less traditional you’ll discover in Ohio’s Amish Country, but its farm-fresh approach is one you won’t want to miss.

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Amish Country Road Trips: Berlin

Berlin is the oldest village in Holmes County, founded in 1816 by Berlin, Germany, native John Swigert and Berlin, Pennsylvania, native Joseph Troyer. The area's earliest settlers mostly came from Germany and Switzerland, while the first Amish church was established here in 1820. Today, Berlin is a hub of activity. The village is walkable with lots of restaurants or shops in or near the heart of town, but be sure to branch off and check out some of the other must-visit spots in the surrounding countryside.

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Amish Country Eats

We visited three landmark restaurants and identified 10 treats to take home with you.

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Local Legend

As Tony Packo’s celebrated its 85th anniversary in 2017, Tony Packo Jr. welcomed us in for a bite to eat and a look back through the landmark Toledo eatery’s storied history.

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Pack an Ohio Picnic

Shop your local farmers market, then head out to your favorite spot with a basket of these summer-ready recipes — one fit for a first lady — from Ohio chefs.

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What’s in Season: October 2017

While shopping for pumpkins, don’t forget to pick up some late-season apples. Terry Gram of Arrowhead Orchard shares how to use four varieties he grows.

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Moerlein Lager House, Cincinnati

This historic spot celebrates the Queen City’s brewing past at a location that serves up innovative food and scenic views.

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What’s in Season: September

Matt Rapposelli of Kindred Spirits at The Inn at Cedar Falls in Logan and Jansen Trotman of Lily’s Bistro in Dayton share how to use fall fruits and vegetables.

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