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May/June 2009 - Table of Contents

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Hobby Farm Home Table of Contents May-June 2009


The Art of Honey
From varietal to artisanal blends, learn how honey gets from the apiary to the market and how to use it in your favorite dishes.
by Susan M. Brackney

A Country Brunch Celebration
Gather friends and family around the table and celebrate warm weather’s arrival with these great brunch recipes using farm-fresh ingredients.
by Adrianne L. Shtop

A Salute to Self-sustainability
Tear a page from the history books and revive the tradition of planting fruits and vegetables in the name of patriotism.
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by Lisa Kivirist

Gardener’s Best Friend
If dogs run rampant on your farm, heed our tips for gardening and landscaping with the canine spirit in mind.
by Jean M. Fogle

A Place for Everything
As you gear up for a full season of planting and harvesting, be inspired by this expert gardener’s advice on organizing your garden tool shed. More >>
by P. Allen Smith

Pulp Nonfiction
Follow our step-by-step guide to creating beautiful, handmade paper from the plants around your farm. 
by Rhoda Peacher

Dyed in the Wool
Learn how one ingenious woman took her passion for sheep and fiber and launched the nation’s first fiber co-op, Martha’s Vineyard Fiber Farm. 
by Erin McKay

From Barnyard to Canvas
Livestock portraiture has a rich and storied history. From paintings to prints to sculpture, your love of livestock doesn’t have to stop at the front door. 
by Samantha Johnson

Recipes for Repelling
Bothered by bugs? Make your own bug repellents and bug-bite remedies with these all-natural recipes.
by Sue Weaver


Lessons Learned
Cherie Langlois

Country Fare 
Lynda King

Hands On 
Cherie Langlois

Garden Grit
Susan M. Brackney

Garden Home Solutions
P. Allen Smith

Farm Fetishes 
Mary Beth Temple

Home Clinic
Cheryl Morrison

Nature Calls
Linda Tagliaferro

Animal Talk
Audrey Pavia

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Good issue! Congratulations on staying abreast with the issues we are facing in this country today. I like the feel that you want to help people find the solution-even if we do have to think outside our comfort box.
Jane, Hillsdale, MI
Posted: 5/7/2009 9:30:23 PM
Lovely magazine: in-depth articles, wide ranging contents, not "fussy"...a good "home" mag for the self-sufficient/sustainable crowd.

A question: I'm DESPERATE to know the name/manufacturer of the dishes featured on pg. 27 (Brunch) of your May/June issue. Any way of letting me know? Thanks.
Becky, Aurelia, IA
Posted: 4/1/2009 8:04:32 PM
I am a paid customer.I would like to be able to review a past article from Hobby Farm Home mag ( Summer 08 edition, I lost my hard copy. Thanks.
Rene, Racine, WI
Posted: 3/26/2009 8:44:33 PM
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