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May June 2015 Midwest Living

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Get summer style with our tips for decorating with florals, ideas for Midwest summer getaways and recipes for great Mexican and Tex-Mex dishes.
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Try fresh takes on Mexican recipes, 6-inch cakes and pressed versions of classic sandwiches.
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For just a few dollars, you can make armfuls of fluffy tissue paper flowers for Cinco de May or any time.
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Download our free printable collection of recipes for 6-inch cakes, a dessert that's perfectly scaled to life's everyday celebrations.
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A new generation of floral fabrics, wallpapers and accessories energizes homes in a way every generation will love. Here's how to decorate with florals.
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Whether you want your fried chicken to be the ultimate in comfort food or a trendy twist on a classic, the Windy City has you covered. Here are three distinct takes on this Southern staple.
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A visit to Milwaukee reveals a city infused with—and enamored by—art. Take a summer tour of its creative soul, expressed through paintings, pirouettes and rock-star performances.
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A lifetime of study has taught one Wisconsin gardener that the key to a bountiful harvest is reinvesting in the soil itself.
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Park the car and hop on the Green Line. The Twin Cities’ sleek new light-rail line offers an easy tour of the metro.
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At the edge of the largest of the Great Lakes, the small harbor town of Bayfield, Wisconsin, forms a gateway to music, art and the Northern wilderness of the Apostle Islands.

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