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July August 2016 Midwest Living

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Find out the winner of our Greatest Midwest Town contest, get recipes for sweet corn and for peaches, and see decorating tips from the owners of a Michigan farmhouse.
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Editorial Content Director Trevor Meers shares his top stops during a weekend trip to St. Louis.
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Home to luxe B&Bs, a lighthouse and Lake Michigan beaches, Evanston (a 30-minute L ride north of Chicago’s Loop) gives visitors less cookie-cutter suburbia and more leisurely escape.
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In 3 days and 10 cars (and a few boats and bathing suits), 30 friends cover 1,100 Michigan miles in a new take on classic road rallies.
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With more freshwater coastal dunes than anywhere else on the planet, Michigan—specifically the Lake Michigan shore—is the Midwest’s ultimate sandbox. The only challenge: sifting through all the ways...
Peaches and Cream Tart
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Get a sweet taste of summer in our recipes for stone fruits — cherries, peaches, nectarines and more — as well as with ideas for just-picked corn and a time-saving Thai dish.
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A tumbledown farmhouse gave two design pros a chance to experiment without spending big bucks, finishing quickly or stressing over a grand vision.
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A microcosm of America’s melting pot, Chicago’s ethnic neighborhoods provide three continents’ worth of culinary and cultural exploration, no passport required.
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Want to have a few friends over without going to a lot of work? The ideas at this Minneapolis garden reveal the secret: Let your yard co-host.
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It’s going to be a busy summer. You’ll run out of weekends before you see all 12 of the spots (one in every state) that made the finals in our first-ever vote for the MIdwest’s greatest town.

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