November December 2012 - The Essential Herbal

November December 2012 Digital

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Field Notes It would seem that the more things change, the more things stay the same. About the Cover, Carey Jung Carey tells how she came up with the concept for the cover and how it expresses her feelings about the magazine, the community that surrounds and supports it, and the people she's met through it.
Civil War: Conditions, Treatments & Botanicals, Jackie Johnson The nitty-gritty of germs, fevers, herbs that were used, and all of the things soldiers faced that were as bad as the enemy\'s weapon. Herb/Spice Bread Dough Wreath, Rita Richardson A fun decorative project to do alone or with kids.
Handmade Holidays, Kristin Henningsen Make some quick, easy, inexpensive holiday gifts with these recipes and instructions. Herbal Ice Pops, Michael Blackmore Ice pop recipes that will help keep the family healthy and happy.
Ginger Sore Throat Syrup, Marci Tsohonis There are so many good reasons to have a good ginger syrup handy over the winter (well... all the time)! Winter Remedies with Summer Herbs, Suzan T Scholl Ideas for the medicine cabinet abound.
Seasoning for the Season, Marcy Lautenan-Raleigh Mmmm mmm! Corn relish, purple basil jelly, lime mint slaw, and many other delectable delicacies. Herbs for the Eating Season, Sandy Michelsen Here it comes. The Eating Season is upon us, and Sandy shares herbal remedies to offer relief.
Louisiana Lagniappe, Spiced Citrus & Cranberry Punch, Sarah Liberta A holiday beverage fit for entertaining yet still full of vibrant, healthy fruits and spices. Oh Christmas Tree!, Marci Tsohonis The scent inspires some wonderful pine/fir concoctions to soothe winter illnesses.
Rosemary ... My Remembrance, Janice Kline For Janice, this dear herb of remembrance was more healing than she might have believed possible. Yule Magic, Heddy Johannesen Nature inspires these creations - incense, tree decorations, sachets, and a bath salt blend.
From the Vault, Pumpkin Chiffon Pie Is there any way we can get enough pumpkin at this time of year? SouthRidge Treasures, Holiday Breads, Mary Ellen Wilcox A lovely array of quickbreads that can be made ahead and frozen for gift-giving or to have on hand through the winter.
Mama Elizabeth's Baklava, Zan Asha Zan shares her mother\'s recipe for baklava! o
From the Vault, Dilly Popovers These were deemed \"like campaign speeches, full of hot air, but easier to stomach.\" From the Vault, Honey Butter One last quick, easy, yet luscious item to make for gifts or keeping to yourself.