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Come with us as we walk he alleys and back roads of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa, following in the footsteps of Bob dylan and Liberace, meeting master cheesemakers, dining in the Boundary Waters, interrogating ice cream truck drivers and more.
Paperback, 172 pages
Published 2013 by The Heavy Table
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Awesome guide to good eating in the upper Midwest. I will use it as a guide as I eat my way around MN, WI and IA, after I get it back from all the family members who will want to borrow it.
Fun illustrations, too!
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James Norton worked for several years as the Middle East editor for The Christian Science Monitor. Subsequently, he worked for the comedian (now US Senator) Al Franken and as a pop food reviewer for CHOW.com. He's currently the editor of The Heavy Table, an online magazine documenting food and drink in the Upper Midwest.

Norton's books include volumes on politics ("Saving General Washington"), foo
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