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Five great ice cream places in Elkhart County

Posted on Thursday, June 21st, 2018

Five great ice cream places in Elkhart County

In a cone, a la mode, with whipped cream on top, or just in a plain old dish — we just want our ice cream! When summer turns the temperature up, we turn to these places for amazing sweet treat. The Chief 502 W. Lincoln Ave., Goshen You could argue with Thrillist’s list of the … Continued

Top 10 Sunday Stops

Posted on Monday, June 18th, 2018

Top 10 Sunday Stops

1) Marvel at colorful, quilt-inspired, super-sized gardens – each in a different pattern – plus enjoy hand-painted quilt-themed murals on the self-guided Quilt Gardens along the Heritage Trail. It’s FREE May 30- October 1 Maps are available at each Quilt Garden location. QuiltGardens.com   2) Put the pedal to the metal along the scenic Pumpkinvine … Continued

Fishing Fun in Elkhart County

Posted on Friday, June 15th, 2018

Fishing Fun in Elkhart County

Gorgeous rivers and streams criss-cross Elkhart County’s landscape. Guess what’s in the water? Right, fish! Here are some things to know before you grab your fishing pole. For trout fishing, Cobus Creek County Park northwest of Elkhart and the Little Elkhart River, which snakes through Middlebury and Bristol to meet up with the St. Joseph … Continued

Four great things to do while you’re here for the Elkhart Jazz Festival

Posted on Friday, June 8th, 2018

Four great things to do while you’re here for the Elkhart Jazz Festival

The Elkhart Jazz Festival is a paradise for music fans — some of the best jazz musicians you’ll find anywhere, soaking in the sun at an outdoor stage, intimate lounges for a quieter set, and mouth-watering eats from food trucks, restaurants and pop-ups. But why not also mix things up, just like a great jazz … Continued

36 hours along the Heritage Trail

Posted on Friday, June 1st, 2018

36 hours along the Heritage Trail

You can take your time on the Heritage Trail. The 90-mile loop serves up an urban-rural fusion of must-see attractions, trendy shops, galleries, artisan shops and restaurants stretching from quaint downtowns to the parks, trails, rivers, and farmland vistas of the Amish countryside.   FRIDAY: Your adventure starts here You’ll need those CDs Drop by … Continued

The Miller’s Corn Muffins

Posted on Tuesday, May 29th, 2018

The Miller’s Corn Muffins

Original Master Miller’s 17th and 18th Century Recipes The Miller’s Corn Muffins 1 c. Corn Meal 1 c. Flour 2 tbs. Sugar 3 tsp. Baking Powder 1 tsp. Salt 1 c. Milk ¼ c. Melted Shortening 1 Egg, slightly beaten   Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Grease bottom of 12 muffin pan cups. Sift flour … Continued

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