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September/October 2011 Table of Contents

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Hobby Farm Home Table of Contents September-October 2011


In a Nutshell
If you’re feeling shell-shocked by your trees’ excess bounty, try these delicious recipes for using up your nut harvest.
by Laura Hill

The Start of Something Good
Don’t let your surplus sourdough starter go to waste—put it to work in some less-thought-of baked good—for breakfast, dinner or dessert.
by Kathie Lapcevic

The Icing on the Cake
See the winners and runners-up of the Hobby Farm Home fifth-anniversary Cake Contest.
by Hobby Farm Home staff

Bucolic Birthday Bashes
Bring the birthday party to your farm with these farm-based ideas for seasonal decorations, entertainment and food.
by Nancy Mann Jackson

Luffa Love
Want the spa-like luxury of luffas without all the chemicals? Grow your own farm-fresh sponges.
by Lisa Kivirist

Wrapped up in Wreaths
See how one nursery turned its yearly pruning chores into a value-added venture that’s drawing attention far and wide.
by Tovah Martin

Cluck-worthy Curriculum
Discover how chickens can amp up your child’s education at school or at home.
by Christine Heinrichs


Lessons Learned
Cherie Langlois

Country Fare 
Lynda King

Farm Fetishes
Monette Satterfield

Home Clinic
Cheryl Morrison

Hands On
Monette Satterfield

Nature Calls
Linda Tagliaferro

Garden Grit
Andy Tomolonis

Garden Home Solutions
P. Allen Smith

Animal Talk
Audrey Pavia

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