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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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As the week draws to a close, Wisconsin’s restaurants and bars fire up their fryers for a ritual drawing on century-old food traditions.
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Bundle up for a 120-mile journey along the Mississippi, where a string of Wisconsin and Minnesota towns promise winter fireworks, eggnog custard pie and a weekend full of other holiday discoveries.
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Family farms and berry-theme attractions in central Wisconsin draw visitors for the autumn cranberry harvest.
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The valleys between the Mississippi River and Madison cradle some of the Midwest's most diverse pockets of culture: highbrow, hole-in-the-wall, farm-fresh, ethnic and even kooky. Plan on stops...
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German heritage, lakefront fun and historical surroundings brew life and energy in the "City of Festivals." Discover the new and old Milwaukee in these Instagram moments.
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This tidy village of 2,000 is a quiet place to relax, enjoy exceptional meals, golf or enjoy a plush spa treatment, 56 miles north of Milwaukee.
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Fishing and North Woods heritage have lured travelers to Hayward Lakes for generations.
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More than 30 small river towns—filled with niche-yet-fascinating museums, creameries, art galleries and pretty inns—dot the bluffs overlooking the Mississippi River along Wisconsin’s stretch of the...
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Looking out at the Apostle Islands, one of the region’s most attractive small towns makes a great base for walking, biking and sailing as well as touring the plentiful fruit orchards on Wisconsin’s...

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