|Field Notes from the Editor Sometimes it's the simplest things that make a summer in the garden memorable.
||Horse Radish, Jackie Johnson Growing, harvesting and preserving this pungent, healthful root.
|Beer Bread, Marci Tsohonis Make a quick bread with a bottle of beer.
||Accidental Herb Garden, Gail LaScala How does a garden become so full of pleasant surprises?
|Alehoof, Carol Anne Harlos A weed with many nicknames, we forget the many uses of this one.
||Fall Fun with Herbs, Catherine Love Bake up the recipe included, and enjoy these last days of outdoor productivity.
|Visit to Twa Corbies' Hollow, Heddy Johannesen A fascinating autumn visit to a permaculture homestead in the Nova Scotia highlands.
||Roots: Your Best Defense, Marita A Orr So many wonderful roots at our "toe-tips" just waiting to help.
|Kitchen Oil, Rita Richardson A culinary masterpiece, every time.
||Mother of Vinegars, Adrian White A primer on herbal kombuchas and oyxmels!
|Midwest Womens' Conference Interviews, Jamie Jackson Visit with Kristine Brown and Gail Faith Edwards.
||Pumpkins & Jack o'Lanterns, Marcy Lautanen Raleigh Yummilicious fall treats that feature our favorite fall vegetable.
|Soap Connection, Elderflower Honey-Ale Soap, Marci Tsohonis Complete instructions to make this unusual skin loving soap.
||Your Sump--The Lymphatic System, Suzan Tobias Scholl Get a better understanding of this critical internal defensive warrior
|Sage Advice, Sandy Michelsen Think of sage as a turkey herb? It has so much more to offer!
||Root Drawings by Carey Jung Thanks to Carey for the drawings throughout the magazine.