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Country Living

Oct 01 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!

Welcome to October in the Country! • This issue is best enjoyed on an Adirondack chair by an outdoor fire while sipping pear cider.

Country Living

Simple Country Pleasures

Motley Mudrooms • Nothing says “life happens here” like a casually strewn miscellany of your family’s belongings.

A Dressy Kitchen with Down-Home Charm • Beautifully blending the past with the present, this Dallas kitchen feels as relaxed as it does refined.

Welsh Blankets • Featuring rich colors and bold patterns, these woven wool throws are as cozy as a hot cup of tea shared with a doting grandmother.

A Rustic Log Cabin • Channel your inner Laura Ingalls Wilder as you sip cider by the roaring fire of one of these architectural time capsules.

All Fired Up • Featuring crackling textures and smoke-tinged patinas, these hearthside helpers are sure to kindle a new collection.

Master of the Mix • Curator of curiosities John Derian turns his expert eye to his own turn-of-the-century New York apartment.

What Is It? What Is It Worth? • Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your treasured finds.

Pears • Nothing rivals eating a just-picked pear while standing over the sink, but the following recipes come pretty close.

Dawn Perry • The cookbook author talks braising, baking, and why family meals provide sustenance of all sorts.

Notes in the Margins • If you’ve ever purchased a pie at a Mennonite church bake sale, chances are you’ve gotten a taste of the Mennonite Community Cookbook. Find out why its 400-plus pages offer a hearty feast for both barn-raisers and home bakers.

A Fall Harvest Hoedown • Country Living contributor Lela Rose hosts a down-home gathering inspired by a good old-fashioned hayride. (No tractor required!)

Making Hay • LELA SHARES HOW TO HOST WITHOUT A HITCH.

Butternut Squash Pie

A Sweet Change of Pace • A Vermont farmstead and creamery—with plenty of pastures for goats to graze—provides the perfect setting for a couple to realize their dreams of living off the land.

Sperryville, Virginia • Nestled at the entrance of Shenandoah National Park, this tiny Rappahannock County village offers prime leaf-peepin’ alongside a bounty of eateries, drinkeries, and friendly locals.

Highlander Mountain House • In the beloved Blue Ridge vacation town of Highlands, North Carolina, a year-old inn combines English influences with Appalachian sensibilities.

The Crow of Winch Street • When an enchanting feathered guest takes up residence at writer Lee Montgomery’s childhood home, the whole neighborhood soon finds itself under his spell.

ENTERTAIN Beautifully

CountryLiving • October 2021

Little House in the North Woods • YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BASS FRYING AT THIS 1930S FISHING-CAMP-TURNED-FAMILY-HOME, WHICH HAPPILY HITS ALL THE NOSTALGIC NOTES WHILE LEAVING ROOM FOR NEW MEMORIES.

FRESH off the VINE • Pair pretty heirloom pumpkins with nature-inspired motifs for a well-rounded display of fall finery.

Where Even the Dogs Are Golden • Featuring warm pine walls, generous sprays of birch branches, and two amber-hued rescues, this sun-dappled Maryland log cabin evokes warmth at every turn.

ALMANAC • A SEASONAL COMPENDIUM OF EVERYDAY KNOW-HOW

PRIZE RECIPES • WINNING FARE TO MAKE AND SHARE

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

Fabric of a Family • A granddaughter finds lasting comfort in a colorful nine-patch quilt.


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 104 Publisher: Hearst Edition: Oct 01 2021

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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!

Welcome to October in the Country! • This issue is best enjoyed on an Adirondack chair by an outdoor fire while sipping pear cider.

Country Living

Simple Country Pleasures

Motley Mudrooms • Nothing says “life happens here” like a casually strewn miscellany of your family’s belongings.

A Dressy Kitchen with Down-Home Charm • Beautifully blending the past with the present, this Dallas kitchen feels as relaxed as it does refined.

Welsh Blankets • Featuring rich colors and bold patterns, these woven wool throws are as cozy as a hot cup of tea shared with a doting grandmother.

A Rustic Log Cabin • Channel your inner Laura Ingalls Wilder as you sip cider by the roaring fire of one of these architectural time capsules.

All Fired Up • Featuring crackling textures and smoke-tinged patinas, these hearthside helpers are sure to kindle a new collection.

Master of the Mix • Curator of curiosities John Derian turns his expert eye to his own turn-of-the-century New York apartment.

What Is It? What Is It Worth? • Our team of antiques experts weighs in on your treasured finds.

Pears • Nothing rivals eating a just-picked pear while standing over the sink, but the following recipes come pretty close.

Dawn Perry • The cookbook author talks braising, baking, and why family meals provide sustenance of all sorts.

Notes in the Margins • If you’ve ever purchased a pie at a Mennonite church bake sale, chances are you’ve gotten a taste of the Mennonite Community Cookbook. Find out why its 400-plus pages offer a hearty feast for both barn-raisers and home bakers.

A Fall Harvest Hoedown • Country Living contributor Lela Rose hosts a down-home gathering inspired by a good old-fashioned hayride. (No tractor required!)

Making Hay • LELA SHARES HOW TO HOST WITHOUT A HITCH.

Butternut Squash Pie

A Sweet Change of Pace • A Vermont farmstead and creamery—with plenty of pastures for goats to graze—provides the perfect setting for a couple to realize their dreams of living off the land.

Sperryville, Virginia • Nestled at the entrance of Shenandoah National Park, this tiny Rappahannock County village offers prime leaf-peepin’ alongside a bounty of eateries, drinkeries, and friendly locals.

Highlander Mountain House • In the beloved Blue Ridge vacation town of Highlands, North Carolina, a year-old inn combines English influences with Appalachian sensibilities.

The Crow of Winch Street • When an enchanting feathered guest takes up residence at writer Lee Montgomery’s childhood home, the whole neighborhood soon finds itself under his spell.

ENTERTAIN Beautifully

CountryLiving • October 2021

Little House in the North Woods • YOU CAN ALMOST SMELL THE BASS FRYING AT THIS 1930S FISHING-CAMP-TURNED-FAMILY-HOME, WHICH HAPPILY HITS ALL THE NOSTALGIC NOTES WHILE LEAVING ROOM FOR NEW MEMORIES.

FRESH off the VINE • Pair pretty heirloom pumpkins with nature-inspired motifs for a well-rounded display of fall finery.

Where Even the Dogs Are Golden • Featuring warm pine walls, generous sprays of birch branches, and two amber-hued rescues, this sun-dappled Maryland log cabin evokes warmth at every turn.

ALMANAC • A SEASONAL COMPENDIUM OF EVERYDAY KNOW-HOW

PRIZE RECIPES • WINNING FARE TO MAKE AND SHARE

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

Fabric of a Family • A granddaughter finds lasting comfort in a colorful nine-patch quilt.


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