Midwest Living

Midwest Living uncovers all that makes the region special, encouraging readers to get lost in the smoke pits of Kansas City or test a new hiking route. Tips on family living, with fuss-free décor and entertaining ideas, sit alongside exclusive Midwest Living recipes that make the most of local ingredients. With budget-friendly vacation itinerates – from long weekends in Louisville to family road trips – and a look inside the Midwest’s most stylish homes, Midwest Living magazine helps readers to make the most of where they live.

In Every Issue of Midwest Living:
Exploring the Midwest with a focus on the people and places that make the region shine, Midwest Living magazine regularly features:
Recipes. Flavor-packed recipes that are perfect for family gatherings, and make the most of seasonal ingredients.
Home and Garden. Midwest Living tours stylish refuges, and shows readers how to bring out the best in their homes.
Travel. Weekend getaways and family roadtrips are mapped out by the Midwest Living team, helping readers rediscover the region.
Best of the Midwest. Midwest Living discovers the businesses, restaurants, and farmers markets that are worth seeking out.

From the Midwest Living archives:
Texture subscribers can access all Midwest Living back issues dating back to May/June 2012, and can catch up on articles such as:

Smoke on the River. For slow-smoked bliss, no city tops the Missouri river metropolis of Kansas city, where every meat is on the menu and the world’s top pitmasters gather to prove who barbecues the best. (September/October 2015)
Balancing Act. What’s the secret to the contemporary and vintage mix in this St. Louis designer’s home? Midwest Living finds that, as with most things in life, it’s all about balance. (March/April 2015)
Exit Now. Your summer road trip doesn’t need to be all ground and pound. Midwest Living lists 33 stops that are each a short hop off one of the Midwest’s main east-west passages. (May/June 2014)
Scent of Serenity. Midwest-hardy lavender varieties perfume landscapes, the home, and cooking. (July/August 2013)
Native Harvest. For centuries, the Minnesota Ojibwe have turned to the land to feed their families. They’ve shared their recipes with Midwest Living so you, too, can fill your table with nature’s bounty. (September/October 2012)

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