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November/December 2010 Table of Contents

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Hobby Farm Home Table of Contents November-December 2010


Home for the Holidays
Subtract stress from your holiday equation with tips for a simple  celebration on the farm.   
by Lisa Kivirist

The Heritage Holiday Hostess
No matter the occasion, find ways to incorporate your family heritage into the décor and menu with these ideas.
by Julie Mancini

From Feather to Platter in 6 Months
Follow one woman’s journey to raise and harvest all the food for her family’s Thanksgiving dinner.
by Carrie Sacco

A Knead for Speed
Stop waiting for yeast-based breads to rise and get baking with these leavened quick-bread recipes.
by Cherie Langlois

Cooking Up Community
Commercial kitchens are expensive endeavors. Alleviate the risk and gain income opportunities by opening a shared-use kitchen in your community. 
by Lisa Kivirist

Share Your Specialty: Host a Class or Workshop
If you’ve got the know-how, we’ve got the gig for you. Host a class or workshop to teach your skills to others, and make a few bucks along the way.
by Monette Satterfield 

Brown-thumb Boot Camp 
Farm life doesn’t automatically instill garden know-how. Get advice on hiring a garden coach to get your garden growing right.
by Deb Buehler 


Lessons Learned 
Cherie Langlois

Country Fare 
Lynda King

Hands On 
Cherie Langlois

Home Clinic
Cheryl Morrison  

Farm Fetishes 
Jean M. Fogle

Garden Home Solutions
P. Allen Smith

Garden Grit 
Andy Tomolonis

Nature Calls
Linda Tagliaferro

Animal Talk
Audrey Pavia 

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I made the pumpkin cranberry bread recipe from the November/December issue and it turned out great. There are no eggs and the dough is thick and sticky, BUT the finished product is the best quick bread I have ever tasted. The recipe, as printed, works perfectly. Enjoy!
Sarah, Dexter, MI
Posted: 11/11/2010 9:39:42 AM
I am making the cranberry bread. I don't think the recipe is correct. Would you please review it? Thank you.
Dale, Matlock, AR
Posted: 10/28/2010 9:08:26 AM
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