Vol. 18 No. 4 - The Four Feathers

Vol. 18 No. 4 - The Four Feathers

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106th issue of The Storybook Home Journal™. Made & Printed in the USA. Categories: A.E.W. Mason, Magazine, Nancy Young & The Four Feathers

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Vol. 18 No. 4 of The Storybook Home Journal

The Four Feathers


What's in this issue?

This Last Hour Created the Decorating article

So Quickly Done the Hearth article

The peoples of North Africa, the Mediterranean and the Middle East have invented not only skillful means of stretching out their harvests, but legendarily delicious ones as well.  While it is impossible to precisely replicate the desert heat, the salty ocean breezes, or the contradictory verdure of the Nile, there are some quick fixes to introducing the flavors of Northern Africa into the kitchen that are as enjoyable to create as they are to utilize and thereby introduce the marvelous quickly done exotic into the everyday.

I Shall Come Back the Kitchen article

Weve created recipes here on which to breakfast, dine and sup, all adapted from the area's authentic and inventive cookery.  They're each delicious and delightful enough to ensure that family members will not only say, I like it but may add yes, I shall come back.  I hate unfinished things.  Recipes include: Sudanese Celebration Bread, Chicken and Couscous, Eggs Poached In Tomato Sauce, African Stars, Red Lentil and Cumin Soup.

Upon Her Violin the Music article

Tanner presents an original composition for violin, consistent with the musical descriptions in Mason's book.

Only Moonlight in the Garden the Garden article

While not many of us posses an elite estate along Devon's coastline, there are still ways to create a garden where cool quietude beckons; where the sweet, floral night scents flourish; and where the pale shades of plants reflect the moon and stars on any magical summer's evening when there is only moonlight in the garden.

Give Me a Token that I May Carry Back the Workshop article

In the spirit of Harry Feversham, we decided to delve a bit into the common-man cultures of Durrance's beloved peoples. : Here are a few ideas that clasp hands with ancient material cultures of the Sudan to blend motifs of the East with craft techniques of the West in a mix-and-match variety of charming tokens that can become treasures to carry from hand to hand and heart to heart.

In St. John's Tower the Writer's Garret article

Seymore and company arrive in Ayr, from whence their long anticipated aerovoyage is to begun, but it will be several weeks before preparations are completed.  Since Hauley McLoad is overseeing those preparations, Seymore is thinking about accompanying Bonnie Duhg on a visit to Iona Abbey.

From the Newsroom


New Issue of the Storybook Home Shipped - The Four Feathers

By Al R. Young The The Four Feathers issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios.  This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - This Last Hour Created (2 pages)Hearth - So Quickly Done (3 pages)Kitchen - I Shall Come Back (6 pages)Music - Upon Her Violin (2 pages)Garden - Only Moonlight in the Garden (-21 pages)Workshops - Give Me a Token that I May Carry Back (5 pages)Garret - In St. John's Tower (2 pages)The Four Feathers is the 112th issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »

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