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Phillipsburg’s The Chubby Pickle Makes You Smile

With a grin on his face, a gigantic green pickle dressed in a vest, bow tie, and red shoes peers from the window of The Chubby Pickle in Phillipsburg, lifting the spirits of those who are in a pickle or just need a cure for the summer doldrums. Known for its hamburgers and sandwiches, the restaurant also serves up favorites like Breaded Pickle Chips, Toasted Almond Salad, and homemade Spicy Pepper Rice Soup.

Posted on July 5, 2012 11:42AM by Cecilia Harris

Kansas: The Top Five Reasons to Celebrate Our State

From Thanksgiving through New Year’s Day, giving and gratitude are hallmarks of the holiday season. When we pause to reflect on the past year – the challenges and joys – it’s a perfect time to appreciate the richness that the land and people of Kansas add to our experiences.In keeping with the season’s spirit of giving and gratitude, we’ve assembled the following top five reasons to celebrate our state. With these timely reminders, plan to enjoy and explore all Kansas has to offer in the coming year.

Posted on December 8, 2011 8:51AM by Becky Blake

Come for the comfort food at Carriage Crossing in Yoder, Kan.

Experience cooked-from-scratch flavor in Amish-influenced restaurant

Large restaurants capable of serving tour bus guests and motorcycle groups often cut corners to save time and expense. But when Mike Miller and his father, Joe, opened Carriage Crossing Restaurant and Bakery in Yoder, Kan., in 1994, they drew from the Mennonite faith’s penchant for thoroughness and quality.

Posted on September 30, 2011 8:28AM by admin


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