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Pie Greats

Three experienced bakers share the recipes (and secrets) of their award-winning desserts.

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Fabulous Finds

Shop for everything from fry pies to furniture at these Amish Country businesses.

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Boyd & Wurthmann Restaurant, Berlin

Originally founded as a small grocery in the late 1930s, this restaurant is known for its hearty fare and selection of incredible pies.

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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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Amish Country Road Trips: Geauga & Trumbull Counties

Although the Amish communities of Geauga and Trumbull counties may not be as well known statewide as those located to the south of them, they attract those who seek a taste of country living just a short drive from the city. Rothenbühler Cheese Chalet offers the chance to buy Middlefield’s famous Swiss cheese, while End of the Commons General Store churns out fry pies daily. Both are must-visit destinations when exploring this corner of rural Ohio.

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West Virginia: Mountain State Escapes

Head south across the Ohio River and find a range of fun and tasty food in these cities.

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End of the Commons General Store, Mesopotamia

This landmark along the western edge of Trumbull County draws locals and travelers alike. When you go, be sure to buy a fry pie (or three).

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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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Great Ohio Road Trips: Retro Diners

Here’s where you can take a step back in time and enjoy a slice of Americana in a vintage setting.

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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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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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Squash Season

D.R. Walcher Farms owner Ken Holthouse shares how to prepare four varieties he loves.

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Sweet Creation

How to make Nutcracker Family Restaurant’s Chocolate Snickers Candy Bar Cookie Pie

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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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Ohio Amish Country Food Markets

From bakeries to markets to bulk-food shops, here’s where you can get a flavor of Amish Country.

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Ohio Amish Country: Food, Furniture, Home

Here are other spots across Holmes County and the surrounding area that should be on your itinerary for Amish Country road trip.

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Campfire Creations

It’s time to set up the tent and heat up your summer cooking with these four off-the-grid recipes courtesy of adventurous Ohioans.

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A Special Feast

Fresh-from-the farm ingredients make this Thanksgiving meal extra delicious.

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Fall Drives: Greenfield to the Ohio River | Ohio Route 41

This 71-mile trip through rural southwest Ohio passes through many small towns and offers spectacular views of the countryside alive with color.

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Simply Sweet

Sample a range of old-fashioned and handmade treats at these Amish Country spots.

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