Our Fall 2017 e-edition is now available! And boy, do we have some yummy, hearty, home-cooked recipes to share with you! Scrumptious stuffed chicken, fall in love with Norwegian fare, learn the lost art of bread baking, and much more.
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Our Fall 2017 e-edition features hearty, home-cooked recipes. Scrumptious stuffed chicken, Norwegian fare, bread baking, and more! Plus tips on caring for cast iron.
+ I Am Countryside — Reader-submitted photos of homesteading across the country.
+ Country Conversation — Readers share tips on how to be thrifty on the homestead.
Feature Stories with Yummy, Hearty, Home-Cooked Recipes
+ Segediener Goulash Recipe — A time-honored Eastern European recipe.
+ Hearty Minnesota Fare – Recipes inspired by a homesteader’s Norwegian great-grandparents.
+ Lazy Man’s Tomato Sauce — An easy three-step process for getting tomato sauce in a hurry.
+ Cast Iron Skillet Cornbread — Next time you crave cornbread, reach for your cast iron skillet!
+ Using a Cast Iron Skillet — The do’s and don’ts of caring for a cast iron skillet.
+ Enjoy Brussels Sprouts All Year Long — A simple recipe to enjoy the freshness of homegrown Brussels sprouts.
+ Stuffed Chicken Galore! — A variety of delicious stuffed chicken recipes for any plalate.
+ Versatile Table Fare Courtesy of the Duck — Duck meat is rich and delicious, and can be cooked in adventurous ways.
+ Experimenting with Maple Syrup — Mouthwatering maple syrup recipes for any mealtime.
+ Making German Bread in Your Home Oven — Baking the perfect loaf for a casual supper or formal occasion.
+ Bread Baking is Becoming a Lost Art — Baking bread is easier than you think, and these helpful tips make it foolproof.
+ Persimmons, The Forgotten Fruit — A seasonal pudding where Persimmons plays the starring role.
+ What’s for Dessert?— A little something sweet to cap a countryside meal.
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Countryside and Small Stock Journal is more than a homesteading magazine, it’s a network where people who are homesteading today share a variety of experiences and ideas about simple homesteading. In every issue, you’ll learn about practical solutions for growing and preserving your own food, raising chickens and small livestock, and managing a thriving homestead in a rural or urban setting.