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May/June 2010 - Table of Contents

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May/June 2010 Hobby Farm Home

Features

Collaborative Cooking 
Make your cooking and dining experience a social event by starting a rural cooking club in your neck of the woods.    
by Barbara Berst Adams  

Lusciously Lavender
Bring the heady scents and savory flavors of lavender into your kitchen. Learn to cook with this  colorful and tasty herb.
by Erin McKay

Girls’ Night Out—Farm Style 
Catch up with old girlfriends or nurture relationships with new farm women by hosting a farm-inspired getaway on your homestead. 
by Lisa Kivirist 

Redefining the Homemaker 
Change your notions of the traditional "housewife’s” role in modern society with ideas and tips from Radical Homemaker author Shannon Hayes. 
by Lisa Kivirist 

Lean on Nature 
Build plant supports for your garden using natural materials found around the farm.  
by Jessica Walliser 

Swap Meet 
Why buy new when you can barter? Trade your excess gardening goods for the ones you need by planning and executing a local plant swap. 
by Jessica Walliser

Columns

Lessons Learned  
Cherie Langlois 

Country Fare  
Lynda King

Farm Fetishes  
Jean M. Fogle 

Home Clinic 
Cheryl Morrison 

Hands On  
Jean M. Fogle 

Nature Calls 
Linda Tagliaferro 

Garden Grit  
Andy Tomolonis 

Garden Home Solutions  
P. Allen Smith 

Animal Talk 
Audrey Pavia

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  • Editor’s Note 
  • On the Market 
  • General Store 
  • Homespun
  • Good Reading 
  • Storefront 
  • In the Air 
  • HobbyFarms.com 
  • Marketplace 
  • Classified Advertising 
  • Back Home

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May/June 2010 - Table of Contents

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Thanks for your keen observation D'Mae. You are correct, the picture is of of Red Rhubarb Swiss chard, not rhubarb.
Hobby Farms editor, Lexington, KY
Posted: 4/12/2010 8:09:54 AM
There is an article on p. 70 of the May/June issue titled "Ready for Rhubarb," but I think the accompanying photo is actually of chard, not rhubarb.
D'Mae, Jersey City, NJ
Posted: 4/9/2010 2:43:46 PM
Looks interesting. Can't wait to get my first issue!
Erica, Bowling Green, OH
Posted: 3/25/2010 6:06:24 AM
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