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March/April 2012 Table of Contents

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March/April 2012 Hobby Farm Home


Get Saucy
Basil isn’t alone in its abundant harvest or its versatility in the kitchen. Find seven zesty alternatives to traditional basil pesto.
by Judith Hausman

The Cottage Comeback
The trend toward buying local and knowing our food’s origin has revitalized state-level cottage food laws. Find out how this resurgence could add value to your farm’s bottom line.
by Lisa Kivirist

Beauty and the Feast
Discover eight eye-catching vines for your garden and backyard that are as deliciously fruitful as they are beautiful.
by Jessica Walliser

Plant to Preserve
As you plan your garden, consider your pantry and freezer needs to determine when and how much to plant for the preserving season that lies ahead.
by Elyse Grau

Porch Appeal
Blur the line between the indoors and out—and create a gracious space for relaxing and entertaining—with a well-planned farmhouse porch.
by Nancy Mann Jackson

Cooking, Alfresco
Don’t let the need to process your summer harvest prevent you from enjoying the great outdoors: Construct an outdoor kitchen for processing your garden’s bounty and sharing it
by Lisa Kivirist

Common Threads
Find support for your farm-based fiber operation by starting a CSA.
by Heather Hunter


Lessons Learned
Cherie Langlois

Country Fare 
Lynda King

Hands On
Tim Belyk

The Nest Box
Sharon Biggs Waller

Garden Grit
Andy Tomolonis

Garden Home Solutions
P. Allen Smith

Nature Calls
Lisa Munniksma

Home Clinic
Cheryl Morrison

Project Homestead
Rhoda Peacher

Animal Talk
Audrey Pavia

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  • General Store
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I wa sexcited to see the article about building a Cheese press. But there is no picture of the whole press! I wish I could see the whole press without building it so I can see if its what I want or what modifications I want.
Tobias, Alberta, AL
Posted: 2/3/2012 10:04:29 PM
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