Hobby Farm Home® - May/June 2012 - Volume 7 - Number 3
18 The Brunch Club
Take a break from early summer farm chores, and invite a few friends over for a relaxing brunch.
by Lisa Kivirist
24 Fruitful Fare
Sometimes the fruits of your labor don’t get the appreciation they deserve. Don’t relegate your fruit to the dessert table; instead, serve it at every meal with these recipes.
by Elyse Grau
30 Artful Edibles
You slave over the seedlings of spring to reap the benefits in summer. Show off your hard work with edible bouquets and table arrangements suitable for any occasion.
by Virginia Pinkston
36 “I Do” on the Farm
Whether you’re looking to host your own wedding or make a living from hosting others’ nuptial, these guidelines will help keep things running smoothly on the big day.
by Barbara Berst Adams
50 Tied up in Seed
How you keep your seeds is just as important as the act of seed-saving itself. Wrap them up in fun, giftable packages with homemade seed papers and packets.
by Rachel Dorroh
70 In a Fizz
Unwind after a busy day on the farm or at the office with a hot bath filled with aroma and bubbles from handmade fizzies.
by Sharon Biggs Waller
82 Wine Science
Learn how three home vintners and good friends got their love of wine down to a science.
by Jessica Walliser
In Every Issue
6 Editor’s Note
86 In the Air
90 Good Reading
91 General Store
94 Classified Advertising
96 Finishing Touch
10 Lessons Learned Cherie Langlois
12 Country Fare Lynda King
42 Garden Grit Andy Tomolonis
46 Garden Home Solutions P. Allen Smith
56 Nature Calls Linda Tagliaferro
58 Home Clinic Cheryl Morrison
62 Project Homestead Rhoda Peacher
64 Hands On Greg & Stephanie Staton
76 Nest Box Sharon Biggs Waller
78 Animal Talk Audrey Pavia
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