January February 2013 Midwest Living | Midwest Living

January February 2013 Midwest Living

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Sometimes contrasting flavors make magic together. You could call it the Maple Bacon Effect. Finding those perfect pairings takes time and a pinch of luck. We had both!
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Start your new year right with our healthy winter soups, resort weekends, and ideas for new getaways, hotels and restaurants.
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Flea-market finds and collections from France blend on an online shop owner’s Illinois home.
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The booming business of brewpubs gives Midwesterners a wide choices of places to tip back a few. The food's good, too!
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It’s a reasonable drive to a mild winter escape in the Texas Hill Country, where the beloved bluebonnets start blooming in March near German-settled towns full of historic sites, galleries and...
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Every March, you can follow the heady scent of syrup to northern Ohio, where the Maple Madness Driving Tour links historic farms and modern sugarhouses—and one village has flapjack fever for a whole...
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Sure, the slopes rule at Midwest ski resorts. But you can have fun even if you never point skis downhill. These resorts, including Michigan's Crystal Mountain Resort and Spa, specialize in...
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This winter, try a fresh take on indoor gardening to brighten your days. These small but stylish displays offer pretty alternatives for easy-to-grow favorites.
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We know it when we see it. We spotted a can’t-wait-to-check-it-out quality in all of these best new places to play, eat and stay. Now it’s your turn to visit when you’re ready to hit the road.
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Contrasting flavors make magic together. This issue includes recipes for delicious sweet and savory entrees and treats—plus cupcake recipes and a veggie soup.