May June 2012 Midwest Living | Midwest Living

May June 2012 Midwest Living

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Read about the Midwest's 25 best burgers; a whimsical Door County, Wisconsin, garden; an Illinois beach house shared by two families; and recipes for fresh farmers market finds.
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A magnet for foodies, City Market brings global and local together in a historic downtown neighborhood.
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Adventurous cooks and history lovers travel to elegant Villa Louis in southwest Wisconsin to prepare a Victorian breakfast in the mansion’s restored kitchen—no electricity allowed.
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After testing 130 burgers, we declare that these 24 places have the region's best. Open wide and dig in!
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"Western chic" balances awe-inspiring badlands in the area around Medora, North Dakota.
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Almost every traveler finds a vacation to suit them in the small towns surrounding Little Traverse Bay: Petoskey, Charlevoix, Harbor Springs and Boyne City.
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Two Illinois families learn sharing doubles the fun when they split the purchase of a 1928 Indiana beach house.
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Inspired by French farmhouses, a St. Louis baker gave her character-starved kitchen a warm, welcoming makeover. Here are six ways to achieve this refined rustic look.
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Try these perfect picks to attract wildlife and bring native blooms to your garden.
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Visitors can't help grinning when coming face-to-waist with the towering 'pot people' and other enticements in this out-of-the-ordinary Wisconsin garden.

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