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March April 2015 Midwest Living

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Think fresh with recipes for a better brunch, products for smart kitchens, a plan for a three-season garden and travel ideas in Ohio, Kansas and more.
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For a pretty spring brunch, pop the cork on a bottle of bubbly, and set up a self-serve crepe station with a variety of fresh fillings.
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Hear the history behind some of Chicago’s most impressive landmarks on one of these free guided tours.
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Forget about day-trip traffic and parking hassles. Hop aboard an Amtrak train from Chicago’s Union Station, and in just 90 minutes, you’ll be exploring a new-to-you beach, brewery or stadium.
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Even if you’re missing the neon Pabst sign and vat of frying oil, you can channel a Wisconsin fish fry at home with the essential starter: a traditional relish tray.
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Make a pretty string garden with tropical plants and houseplants. Here are step-by-step instructions.
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A ham is an investment. Here’s how to get the best ham for your buck, as well as recipes to ensure you make the most of it
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Knock twice for martinis at these Prohibition-style bars.
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This city of more than 600,000 people draws travelers with attractions like the Old Town district, where turn-of-the-century brick buildings have found second life as art galleries and restaurants,...
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As the week draws to a close, Wisconsin’s restaurants and bars fire up their fryers for a ritual drawing on century-old food traditions.

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