Birds & Bees

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It is a truth universally acknowledged that pollinators—including birds, bees, butterflies, and a host of lesser-known creatures—are essential to the health of gardens, and indeed the natural world. With...
Mealtime Harmony

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Does your child only ever want to eat a few types of foods? Perhaps it’s grilled cheese, or peanut butter and toast. Do they refuse to try anything new? If mealtime is a struggle in your home, you’re not...

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In 2007, Amy Hallenbeck was nearly nine months pregnant with her first child, so the clock was ticking on an important decision. “We’d just sold our Chicago condo in ten days and knew we needed to find a...
Farm Fresh Part 1

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Farm-fresh ingredients make family dinners sing with flavor—and this dinner menu just might hit the highest note. Winter brings a new season of fresh ingredients that create a welcoming aroma of...
Modern Traditional

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Filled with Victorian-era brownstones, the South End is one of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods. It offers vibrant city life with suburban benefits, including dozens of parks and community gardens. It attracts...
Soups & Stews Part 2

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One pot meals to warm you up. This month's featured recipes are: Roots & Blues Bisque, Roasted Red Pepper & Sweet Potato Soup, and Rustic Oatmeal Soda Bread. Enjoy!
The Maine Attraction

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From rugged coastlines and islands to countless hiking and biking trails, Maine is the New England treasure known as Vacationland. Without a doubt, the state’s top destination and crowning jewel is Mount...
Ranch Reimagined

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Lauren and Justin Agans were at a fork in the road. The young couple had lived in their circa-1945 Plaza Midwood neighborhood home in Charlotte, North Carolina for about two and a half years when they decided...