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Vol. 3 No. 2 of The Storybook Home Journal
Pride and Prejudice
What's in this issue?
Austen In The Original: Truly Accomplished the Decorating article
A motif from Jane Austen's needle case is adapted for home decor and personal accessories.
Nuncheon: Cold Meat, Cakes, And Finest Fruits the Kitchen article
Recipes for roasted chicken with chestnut sauce, Derbyshire pikelets, and Pemberley Cake. Includes instructions for creating marzipan swans.
Play On Pleyel the Music article
Sheet music for two piano arrangements of pieces by Ignaz Pleyel. Includes listening list.
A Garnishing Garden the Garden article
Plant lists for creating a garnishing garden using vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers.
Library Shelves That Invite Reading the Workshop article
Instructions for creating bookshelves with a display shelf for beautiful books.
Pride And Prejudice: A Visit To Pemberley the Lead article
Discovering Jane Austen.
Narcissus the Studio article
An interview with artist Al R. Young.
Where Was I? the Writer's Garret article
Travel as a child provided not only a wonderful scope for imagination, but lessons for living.
By Al R. Young The Pride and Prejudice issue of The Storybook Home Journal is now available from Al Young Studios. This issue features these regular sections:Decorating - Austen In The Original: Truly Accomplished (2 pages)Kitchen - Nuncheon: Cold Meat, Cakes, And Finest Fruits (2 pages)Music - Play On Pleyel (2 pages)Garden - A Garnishing Garden (2 pages)Workshops - Library Shelves That Invite Reading (2 pages)Lead - Pride And Prejudice: A Visit To Pemberley (1 page)Studio - Narcissus (3 pages)Garret - Where Was I? (2 pages)Pride and Prejudice is the 20th issue of the Journal, published bi-monthly since November 2000... Read more »