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Savor sumptuous chocolate desserts, fresh fall cider recipes and ratatouille that shows off your end-of-summer harvest.
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On an organic farm in Illinois, a weekend of cushy tent camping and Mediterranean-inspired cooking reinforces the ties that bind us—deliciously and indelibly—to the land.
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Your guide to finding the best restaurants, dishes and trends in the fast-changing culinary world of the Midwest.
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If you love to eat your way through state fairs as much as I do, tweets like this alert us that it's time to start planning our visit: 

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Even if you’re missing the neon Pabst sign and vat of frying oil, you can channel a Wisconsin fish fry at home with the essential starter: a traditional relish tray.
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Slow-cooker 101! Slow cookers can save time, mess and energy in the kitchen, but for the best results, it helps to know how these affordable gadgets work.
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You can find grains such as barley, wild rice, farro, bulgur, quinoa and wheat berries at large supermarkets. Here's a guide for how to use these grains as well as recipes for salads, soups and...
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Amy Thielen, author of "The New Midwestern Table" and star of Food Network's "Heartland Table," shares six of her favorite winter comfort food recipes, including morning buns...
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Reflecting on a winter's day of cooking in far-north Minnesota, "Heartland Table" star Amy Thielen shares dishes that show why the Midwest will always be home.
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Good-for-you comfort food, banana recipes and dishes from Minnesota chef Amy Thielen are among the recipes in our January/February 2015 issue.

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