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Uncommon Baking Goods
Whether it’s food allergies or a sense of adventure that propels you to reach for something other than wheat, baking with unique flours just got easier.  
by Adrianne L. Shtop

Passport to Potpies
Take a trip around the world without stepping foot outside your kitchen with these international versions of the traditional potpie.
by Patricia Lehnhardt

Patchwork of Memories
Crazy quilts began as a functional memorial to lost loved ones. Follow one woman’s journey to honor her mother, one block at a time. More >>
by Erin McKay

Tight-knit Business
Driven by a love of animals and the fiber their coats offer, two women started Argyle Fiber Mill, a full-service fiber business to serve their community of weavers.
by Lisa Kivirist

Exclusively Etsy
Get the insider look at how this online marketplace can bring your handmade and vintage goods to the forefront.
by Samantha Johnson

Old Barn, New Tricks
You don’t have to sacrifice function for beauty: Preserve the charm of your old barn without forgoing the modern amenities. 
by Louann Chaudier


Lessons Learned
Cherie Langlois

Country Fare 
Lynda King

Farm Fetishes 
Jean M. Fogle

Home Clinic
Cheryl Morrison

Hands On 
Emery Hinkley

Garden Home Solutions
P. Allen Smith

Garden Grit
Andy Tomolonis

Nature Calls
Linda Tagliaferro

Animal Talk
Audrey Pavia

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Several of the articles are of interest. It would be very helpful if just a brief passage of some or all of the articles was available; and this might even cause more people to buy the magazine or even subscribe.
Frederick, Ocala, FL
Posted: 11/28/2009 6:43:44 PM
The article on uncommon baking goods looks very interestion. (I wish you had a short selection from this article available on the web)
C, St. Charles, MO
Posted: 11/22/2009 7:20:29 PM
did you get my order i sent it twice only want one subscription
sharon, middleboro, MA
Posted: 11/19/2009 4:00:12 PM
looks interesting
Posted: 11/17/2009 3:09:48 PM
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