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Gettingi n a Pickle

This is the time of year that our ancestors began to prepare for the hungry months of winter by preserving the garden's bounty. In our October issue, we look at pickling as a means adding life and flavor to fruits, vegetables, and walnuts with proven period recipes. We can hardly wait to pop open a jar.

A Fall Gathering of Friends

Mark your calendars—Early American Life will host a get-together for our subscribers (and those who would like to be subscribers) at the Martin's Chair factory showroom on September 24th. We've planned to make it a party for all to enjoy. In addition to meeting our staff and our friends at Martin's Chair, we'll be hosting traditional artisans who will demonstrate their crafts, publisher Tess Rosch will lecture on what distinguishes a Windsor chair, and we'll have classes on making those chairs and old-fashioned apple butter. To make the festivities even more worthwhile, the entire weekend Martin's Chair will hold a fall sale with 10% to 20% off on furniture orders.  [MORE]

Barton Hall Update

Since the time we visited Bo Osborn at Barton Hall for the story in our October 2016 issue, Bo has made the hard decision to part with the hall that he and his late wife so lovingly restored (and he maintains as a tribute to her). We thought it fitting to give one last glance at the amazing restoration they accomplished over their decades of ownership—all the while working the land and paying for the work with a farmer's earnings.  [MORE]

Extra Oyster Recipes

We followed in the footsteps of a certain walrus and carpenter in our October 1610 issue and talked about many things, especially oysters. In our article about the ubiquitous mollusks, we promised extra recipes from the colonial period. Herewith we follow through with several recipes selelcted from Martha Washington's Booke of Cookery. You can download the recipes by clicking here.  [MORE]

Archive:

Thank You, Locust Grove: We want to extend a big thank you to executive director
Lord House Extra: As a bonus to the readers of our June 2016 issue, homeowner and historian
In Our June Issue: When we cruised the Maine coast last summer, we had to stop at the oldes
Say Hello at the Show: Stop by and say hello to our staff (including publisher Tess Rosch
Locust Grove to Host 2016 Directory: Locust Grove in Louisville, Kentucky, hosts
Alabama Welcome: We want to thank all the folks in Alabama who made our house tour a great su
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