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Food Road Trips: Game-Day Eats

Peanuts! Popcorn! Cracker Jack! They’re all great, but when it comes to chowing down as your team takes the field, order one of these favorites.

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Food Road Trips: Ice Cream Parlors

When you want your sundae topped with a heaping scoop of nostalgia, here’s where to go.

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The Original Tony Packo’s, Toledo

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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October: Late-Season Apples

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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Ohio Pie Co., Brunswick

O-H, Pie-O! Nick Robson aims to create a style of pizza the entire Buckeye State can agree on at his Medina County pizza shop.

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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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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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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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Food Road Trips: Gourmet Hot Dogs

From twists on classic creations to a laundry-list of toppings, these spots do it right.

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Food Road Trips: Historic Spots

These places celebrate the people and ways of living from days gone by. Here’s where to grab a bite when you visit.

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Amish Country Sweets: 7 Great Stops

A trip through the countryside provides an opportunity to sample a variety of treats that embrace tradition and creativity.

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The Harp, Cleveland

Authentically Irish but distinctly Cleveland, this spot serves traditional favorites of the Emerald Isle merged with influences from the city it calls home.

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Ohio Amish Country Food Guide

Whether you’re searching for cheese, produce or pies to take home or looking for a full meal of authentic fare, these locations are a good place to start.

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Ohio Amish Country Foods: Cheese & Meat

You can’t visit Ohio’s Amish Country without buying some locally made, award-winning cheese (and don’t forget Troyer’s Genuine Trail Bologna to go with it).

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Ohio Amish Country Foods: Jams & Jars

From a peanut butter spread that's a staple of Amish kitchens to a rainbow of homemade jams, here’s what to stock up on.

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Ohio Amish Country Foods: Pies & Pastries

So many pies, so little time. Ohio’s Amish Country offers a wide variety of flavors and styles. That’s before we even get to the fritters and fry pies.

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10 To Go: Ohio Amish Country Foods

Bring a cooler during your next visit to the Holmes County area, and grab these tasty treats for the trip home.

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Market Garden Brewery, Cleveland

Brewmaster Andy Tveekrem creates fresh versions of classic beer styles that go well with executive chef Andrew Bower’s high-quality pub fare.

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Marion Popcorn Festival Recipes

Everyone’s favorite movie snack holds a special place in Marion’s history — a fact the town celebrates every September.

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Dutch Valley Restaurant, Sugarcreek

Dutchman Hospitality’s Tuscarawas County location offers entertainment, comfort and shopping alongside its Amish Country favorites.

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