Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Jan/Feb 2017 issue - The Essential Herbal

 You'll enjoy this issue.  It's pure Essential Herbal, cover to cover.  We have some fascinating articles AND a retrospective that includes a big, bold bite of every single one of the previous 15 Jan/Feb issues.  You'll be amazed how much can be packed into these pages!
We have a couple announcements to make for the new year.
1 - Unfortunately the cost of shipping to Canada is now $18/year.  We'll only be accepting PDF orders to Canada after 1/1/17.
2 - Because our printer has struggled all year to keep up with our schedule, we've moved everything up 2 weeks.  Our deadlines used to be the 15th of every other month, but are now the 1st of every other month.  This should get us back on track.

Herb of the Year 2017
Without further ado, here is the table of contents:
Field Notes, Tina Sams
15 years and still loving herbs and herbies! Find out what we’re up to next.
Arnica, Carol Ann Harlos
Just enough about this weed to make you want to know more!
Croutons with Zip, Rita Richardson
Make them as good as those delicious bits you pay dearly for.
Bringing Rye Whiskey Back to Lancaster, Molly Sams
Come along while Molly checks out some really big stills.
Cordials - Just for Fun! Jackie Johnson
There are a lot of reasons to make cordials, and the enjoyment and flavor should be two of the first considerations.
Kudos to Kelp, Kristine Brown
Learn about this delicious, nutritious weed of the ocean.
Retrospective, Various
Over the past 15 winters, we’ve had some wonderful articles, so we took a sampling from each Jan/Feb issue!
PMS Salt Soap, Marci Tsohonis
Only Marci could blend PMS and Valentine’s Day and make it work!
2017 Herb of the Year - Coriandrum sativum, Susanna Reppert-Brill
A primer on the HOTY with a couple great recipes, too!
Cilantro Salsa, Catherine Love
Something a little different…
February Second - Not Just for Groundhogs, Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh
Candlemas lore for the curious.
Growing with Kathy, Kathy Musser
Have you seen me write about our friendly neighborhood herb farmer? Well, meet Kathy! She’s agreed to do some articles on growing for the magazine.

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