Friday, April 14, 2017

May/June '17 Essential Herbal (Issue #93)

 Another herbalicious issue hit the mail, and they're available for order (subscription or single issue).  It is as verdant and full of promise as the meadows outside the windows, and everyone will find a favorite article.  Even the printer told me that he intended to try making some seed paper. He's not a particularly herbal guy, but print folk do tend to geek out on paper...
Anyhow, we've already been traveling around and doing a couple shows.  Spring is in full swing.  We really hope you enjoy this issue!

 Field Notes from the Editor, Tina Sams
   Some rare travels.
About the Cover - Barbara Steele
   Currently teaching    
Seed Paper, Janet Gutierrez  
   Take papermaking to the next step!
The Little Onion that Could, Rita Richardson
   Shallots are so versatile.  Recipes for vinegar or oil.    
Growing with Kathy, Propagation Part II, Kathy Musser
    Propagation using division, layering, and root cuttings.    
Nettles for Nourishment, Kristine Brown
    This brilliant plant can be be an ally in so many ways!    
Branding - Brand Personality Wheel, Angela M. Dellutri
   Have you considered what your brand personality is?    
Make Time for Thyme, Jackie Johnson  
   Though she be but little, she is fierce! Thyme is small but mighty.
5 Innovative Ways to Use Herbs Around the House, Marcy Lautanen-Raleigh    
   Ideas, recipes, and inspiration to put those herbs to good use.
Natural Perfumes, Crystal Baldwin
    Have you been wanting to try making your own perfume?  This will help.    
Ginger Citrus Soap, Marci Tsohonis
   I can't wait to make this one.  Spicy AND citrus!  What more could you want?  
 Mistake Becomes Best Seller, Sandy Michelsen
   Every good herbalist eventually "stumbles" on a favorite mistake.    
Use Your Spice Cabinet as Your Medicine Cabinet, Susanna Reppert-Brill
   These everyday spices will come in handy, if you just know when to use them.    
List Article - Wild Foods
   All those wild edible plants outside! Try some of these recipes offered by the Yahoo list and the facebook page readers.
   Pottage, Miranda Hoodenpyl    
     A simple country supper.

See what I mean? 
GREAT issue!

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