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Country Living

January/February 2021
Magazine

Rooms that invite you to linger. Vintage collectibles displayed with love. A colorful easy-care garden. A porch that says "Come sit!" All yours in the pages of Country Living!

Alissa Hessler • How a move east inspired a new business

Invest in a Chest Freezer… • …and 16 more snippets of rural word-of-mouth wisdom from designers, farmers, makers, and more folks who have been there, dug that.

Margaret & Chris Shutze • A dream of creating a country retreat led to the hills of North Carolina.

Find Your Farm Truck • Zach Bowman of the newly relaunched Road & Track magazine picks out his top pickups.

expand your country airwaves • You’re gonna spend more time in the car getting from here to there, so cue up the podcasts. Here are four fascinating shows for the road.

A Designer Walks into a Farm Supply Store… • Sure, you can find feed and seed at your friendly neighborhood shop, but there’s plenty of style inspiration to be found in the aisles, too.

Yes, You’ll Probably Get Really into…. • Heed this expert advice before exploring these popular pastoral pursuits.

How to Turn Your City Dog into a Country Dog • CL’s contributing country vet Dr. Tricia Earley’s advice to make the transition a paw-sitive one

know your late-night visitors • Test your country critter IQ. Which animal do these winter tracks belong to?

Sally Watkinson & Doug Posey • Left their corporate jobs to run a B&B upstate

The New “Old” Country House • Step aside, modern farmhouse. This year’s all about homes that feel deliberately dated. (Fear not: There’s still shiplap.)

New Old Details

The New Country Classics • Ever wonder what CL editors are eyeing and buying? It’s all right here! Plus: Exclusive discounts for your “add to cart”enjoyment

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN • Fresh-picked finds and family-friendly fare for your home’s unofficial hub

Skillet Dinners • You know what they say: The more you use a cast-iron skillet, the better seasoned it becomes. (So get somethin’ sizzling on the stovetop already!)

IT’S QUICK BREAD SEASON! • From sweet-and-salty banana to savory Cheddar, bacon, and chive, these low-eff ort loaves will satisfy all your winter baking cravings.

THE RECIPE BOX • Assorted How-Tos and Go-Tos from the CL Farmhouse Kitchen

Resource Guide • YOUR GO-TO GUIDE FOR REPLICATING THE LOOKS IN THIS ISSUE

simple COUNTRY pleasures


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 98 Publisher: Hearst Edition: January/February 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: January 5, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

Rooms that invite you to linger. Vintage collectibles displayed with love. A colorful easy-care garden. A porch that says "Come sit!" All yours in the pages of Country Living!

Alissa Hessler • How a move east inspired a new business

Invest in a Chest Freezer… • …and 16 more snippets of rural word-of-mouth wisdom from designers, farmers, makers, and more folks who have been there, dug that.

Margaret & Chris Shutze • A dream of creating a country retreat led to the hills of North Carolina.

Find Your Farm Truck • Zach Bowman of the newly relaunched Road & Track magazine picks out his top pickups.

expand your country airwaves • You’re gonna spend more time in the car getting from here to there, so cue up the podcasts. Here are four fascinating shows for the road.

A Designer Walks into a Farm Supply Store… • Sure, you can find feed and seed at your friendly neighborhood shop, but there’s plenty of style inspiration to be found in the aisles, too.

Yes, You’ll Probably Get Really into…. • Heed this expert advice before exploring these popular pastoral pursuits.

How to Turn Your City Dog into a Country Dog • CL’s contributing country vet Dr. Tricia Earley’s advice to make the transition a paw-sitive one

know your late-night visitors • Test your country critter IQ. Which animal do these winter tracks belong to?

Sally Watkinson & Doug Posey • Left their corporate jobs to run a B&B upstate

The New “Old” Country House • Step aside, modern farmhouse. This year’s all about homes that feel deliberately dated. (Fear not: There’s still shiplap.)

New Old Details

The New Country Classics • Ever wonder what CL editors are eyeing and buying? It’s all right here! Plus: Exclusive discounts for your “add to cart”enjoyment

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN • Fresh-picked finds and family-friendly fare for your home’s unofficial hub

Skillet Dinners • You know what they say: The more you use a cast-iron skillet, the better seasoned it becomes. (So get somethin’ sizzling on the stovetop already!)

IT’S QUICK BREAD SEASON! • From sweet-and-salty banana to savory Cheddar, bacon, and chive, these low-eff ort loaves will satisfy all your winter baking cravings.

THE RECIPE BOX • Assorted How-Tos and Go-Tos from the CL Farmhouse Kitchen

Resource Guide • YOUR GO-TO GUIDE FOR REPLICATING THE LOOKS IN THIS ISSUE

simple COUNTRY pleasures


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