63rd issue of The Storybook Home Journal™. Features Greyfriars Bobby by Eleanor Stackhouse Atkinson. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: Eleanor Stackhouse Atkinson, Greyfriars Bobby, Magazine & Nancy Young
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Mr. Traill's Inn, and Mistress Jeanie's Kitchen, supply Scottish recipes that cook slowly, but are simple to prepare and exceptionally gude. Artwork illustrations include works by Katherine MacCausland, Anne Vallayer-Coster, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot, Elisabeth Adela Forbes, John F. Francis, Tavik Simon, Victor Gabriel Gilbert, and George Armfield.
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By Nancy Young
The last while has left us a little frazzled and frayed at our too-busy fringes, and consequently article-bereft, so we thought today to be an ideal time to smooth ourselves out, and tie up some needful loose ends. First and foremost, we wanted to acknowledge these kind notes from subscribers from upstate New York, the East Midlands in England, America's Deep South and the upper Pacific Coast: (Thanks so much, Flo, Rowena, Susana, and Mary Anne!)
"To all at The Studio, I just want to say I was talking to my best friend a few days ago and she had tried Nancy's recipe for "Wheaten Griddle Bread," and as soon as I could this afternoon, I made the recipe... Read more »
By Nancy Young
They were alluringly large and alluringly priced. I didn't resist. Six pounds of sour, and never improving clemmies later, have me revisiting the Greyfriars' Bobby issue for my marmalade recipe, and also making up this intensely flavorful concoction that wavers pleasingly between cake and confection, and lingers nicely on the tongue. When early spring snow flies, it provides a quick trip to Provence, Florence, or Torrance. It's especially transporting teamed with the orange-mascarpone spread coming in the springtime Mansfield Park issue... Read more »
By Al R. Young Poor Greyfriars Bobby had to patiently linger once more, much as he did in Eleanor Atkinson's beloved story; though this wait was due to a major computer meltdown here at The Studios. He's off and "louping" now, however, and should show up in some mailboxes as early as today.
Baroness Burdett-Coutts, the patroness of many a good cause, who magically materializes in Greyfriars Bobby as "the Grand Leddy;" was much older than she appears in this endearing portrait when she came to visit Bobby... Read more »
By Al R. Young The Greyfriars Bobby issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios. This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - Such A Clean, Shining Little Kitchen (1 page)Hearth - Tammy's Woolen Bonnet (1 page)Kitchen - After Some Manner Of Magic (4 pages)Music - Bagpipe, Fife, And Drum (1 page)Garden - Of A Hardy Breed (3 pages)Workshops - A Cozy Little Inglenook (2 pages)Bookshelf - Eleanor Atkinson (2 pages)Attic - Living Richly Without Being Rich (1 page)Garret - Kite Tails And Balloon Voyages (3 pages)Greyfriars Bobby is the 69th issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »