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Articles from Sunset (April 1, 1984)

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"Mama's" brunch for a dozen ... you can start it a day or two ahead. 918
1,200-square-foot house on a 1,000-square-foot lot? 291
10 reasons for a gardener to stop in Fresno ... six nurseries, a cooper, two potters, and a tile maker. Directory 835
A giant among green beans. 308
A good look at the Oregon Dunes just off U.S. 101. 291
A social kitchen with considerable geometry to it. 262
After 300 years, London's Chelsea Physic Garden opens to the public. 357
An open, private family room for a foggy climate. 231
Angular decks wind you down from the back doors. 270
April menus; portable Easter buffet, make-ahead breakfast or brunch, turkey steak barbecue. 1429
Around and about L.A. ... tours by bus or van, by day or night. 715
Asian foods in downtown Mountain View - nearly two dozen places to eat and shop. 1043
At Williamsburg, 9-year-olds need not be bored. 473
Big Basin's bouncing back. 478
Books and maps at mine Bay Area stores for the globetrotter. Directory 480
Bread pudding grandmother never dreamed of. 466
Cardboard tubes cut to size for stowing wine. 227
Chicken and chutney, cool or hot. 671
Coats hang firm from slotted pegs on this husky rack. 236
Coconut milk from scratch or with short cuts. 386
Counter is up for art, down for sewing. 99
Distant cousins: pineapple and strawberry guavas. 458
Easter dinner whimsy: edible nests as a side dish or a whole-meal salad. 1061
Evergreen clematis overhead? Yes, if ... 303
Fertilizer facts and folklore. 1546
For a child - the visual marvels inside a kaleidoscope. 237
For a performance or just a look San Francisco's Herbst Theatre. 509
For cutting all summer long, it's the easygoing helianthus. 224
Garden and skylight views from the big new bath. 168
Gate, bridge, fences from their own timber bamboo. 296
Hardly changed since Hiram Penniman built it in 1902 ... Shadeland in Walnut Creek. 368
He grows cactus a la cart. 211
Home-grown potatoes ... as superior as home-grown corn. 591
How to sweeten up melons ... even in cool climates. 442
It's a wedge with chunks cut out. 197
It's like her own fitting room. 134
It's made for arid gardens. 152
It's paskha, Western-style. 618
It's show time for rhododendrons. 282
Kitchen borrows light from the greenhouse bath. 143
Lamb, dill, red wine ... spring stew or crusty pie. 429
Last-resort protection against garden invaders - cages. 249
Lonesome lighthouse at Kauai's tip. 196
Meet the cooks and foods of Southeast Asia. 4424
Museums that lend you art. 328
Narrow house gains light, space with two-story window bay. 134
New bath opens to spa ... sliding gate gives privacy. 159
Omelets anywhere. 590
On foot through the beckoning English countryside. 1226
Once boxy and dark, it now gets daylight everywhere. 237
Planting potted Easter lilies in the garden. 282
Portland to New Orleans by steam. 283
Potent to the nose, these are summer-fragrant shrubs and vines. 891
Pound a plantain and what do you get? Banana crisps. 850
R and R time at Ano Nuevo. 613
Reasons to rediscover pig's feet. 849
Recess at home ... children's rooms as indoor playgrounds. 311
Salads that get extra mileage from just a little Belgian endive. 689
Salads that start with smoked salmon, trout, cod. 610
Seashore life of the Northern Pacific Coast. Book Review 188
Skiing above tree line late into the season at Mount Bachelor. 454
Some house plants will root in water. 219
Southeast Asians have their own ways with rice ... spiced, yellow, "sticky." (recipes) 663
Stretching our timber resources. 479
Sweet rolls for a crowd ... and not difficult. 663
Tapestry hillside in just 3.5 years; when the Adamsons of La Jolla started, it was only ice plant. 636
The blues ... summer flowers to start from seed now. 826
The mice have almond ears, the hedgehogs have icing spines. 345
The pass-through zigs and zags. 125
The woodworker puts the waddle in the duck and the hop in the bunny. 433
They moved the door ... no more kitchen bottleneck. 121
Tucson tots learn the fun of hiking. Here's the strategy. 713
Tuolumne. 1939
Up the ladder to the plant shelf. 91
Who's number one? It's the marigold. 531
Why tear down the old walls? This family just wrapped a new living-dining-kitchen wing around them. 210
Wood strip lets art hang anywhere. 119
You can join in to build trails in the Bay area. 971
You're-the-wrangler vacations. 1454

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