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March April 2010 Midwest Living

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Read about spring trips to Shaker Village, Kentucky, and Bayfield, Wisconsin; see recipes for the Midwest's best chocolate chip cookies; and tour an Ohio home decorated with flea-market finds.
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Just two hours south of Cincinnati's bustle, Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill renews visitors with its authentic history and enduring sense of peace.
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Before throngs of tourists descend on Lake Superior's northern Wisconsin shore, discover the natural beauty that blossoms everywhere in friendly Bayfield.
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At museums throughout Ohio, the state's glassmaking history comes to life.
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Don't know what to do with those cool vintage postcards or colorful campaign buttons? Here's how to showcase collectibles throughout your home.
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You really can get the kitchen you want with the budget you have. Check out these money-saving tips to achieve a more functional, comfortable (and stylish!) cooking space.
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Celebrate the season with cheery, colorful—and Midwest-hardy—daffodils.
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Get your green-thumbed pals together to trade plants, swap tips and maybe even enjoy a scone or two as the spring gardening season begins.
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We tackled the task of finding the Midwest's ultimate chocolate chip cookie. Do try this at home!
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The food of the Ozarks reads like an homage to Midwest and Southern comfort cooking—a story of wild blackberry cobblers, succotash, fried okra and ice cream dotted with black walnuts.