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Articles from Sunset (December 1, 1984)

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A cold-climate heating scheme that makes use of the sun and the earth. 459
Admire-and-sniff ornaments, wreaths, mini-tree. 563
Air-layering? 613
Another choice for a holiday roast ... the "new" venison. 1264
Before, during, and after the holidays, it's a winner ... cyclamen. 839
Bike, skate, jog on Scottsdale's path through the cactus. 425
Bringing San Jose's trolleys back to life. You can watch, even help. 266
Bulgur and rice pilaf. 201
Championship chili for Christmas ... or any time. 793
Choose-and-cut Christmas trees in Sonoma County. 318
Choosing pruners ... for a gift, for you. 643
Christmas bring-togethers. 815
Citrus cheer ... in ports. 575
Cooky-cutter wreaths. 680
Cut-and-fold trees or stars. 232
December menus: tailgate picnic for a tree-cutting trip. Artichoke, egg, and fish brunch. 1534
Dog sledding in Aspen, Sun Valley, Jackson Hole. Directory 292
Earthquake ride and other new science adventures in Golden Gate Park. 473
Easy sledding. 848
Exotic tree ornaments at the Academy of Sciences. 199
Face to face with desert creatures ... near Palm Springs. 364
Festive holiday eggnog or punch for all ages. 544
Flaky pillows stuffed with cheese. 277
Fresh pineapple citrus tart. 200
Fruit canes, striped or plain. 735
Fruits and vegetables for winter salads. 780
Garlic chicken and grapes. 196
Getting children up on skis ... Tahoe ski resorts with programs. 834
Gift shopping where the architects shop. 237
Gifts for the cook: a carton of sauces ... barbecue, stir-fry, your favorites. 912
Give a garden ... in a pot or basket. 465
Green bean puree. 188
Handsome, inexpensive, and they cook "purer and sweeter." They're Chinese clay pots. 1689
History, art, music ... free December discoveries in San Francisco's Financial district; an easy side trip for Union Square Christmas shoppers. 964
Holiday cookies ... variations on three old favorites. 735
Hollywood props, costumes, cosmetics, dreams ... at three new museums. 687
In the heart of Berkeley's fabric artist country, seven specialty fabric shops. 938
Inns of Tahoe; eleven choices, bed and breakfast and otherwise. Directory 1170
Inside and up the Stanford tower: good views from the top, history at the Hoover Institution. 752
It was a logging truck road. 268
It's a hanging mirror cube. 218
Lemon-Orange wassail. 194
Living and blooming tabletop wreath. 241
Living with dwarf citrus: watering, feeding, keeping them small. 756
Munlie making: with a few twists and cuts, you shape these mildly sweet, dancing bread men. 940
Not curtains, but plants hang from the curtain rod. 257
Not just railings, they are also shelves, a desk, a table. 231
Old England comes West in this mellow steamed pudding. 498
Oranges and lemons and a holiday roast. 1003
Ordering bare-root roses by mail ... rarities, old-timers. Directory 257
Ornamental peppers display their colorful fruit through the winter. 369
Pasta pies. 953
Perhaps your ham deserves a champagne bath. 1222
Pickling is one way to tame garlic or shallots. 428
Planning a caroling party ... lighting, safety, sustenance, the route, the music. 648
Poking through the Bay Area's movie memorabilia shops. Directory 245
Porcelain ornaments you roll, cut, paint. 368
Previewing the rose parade floats ... or even pitching in. 806
Printing with an architect's stamp. 167
Pumping maple: for a gift of good health. 698
San Diego Harbor has news ashore and afloat. 518
See-through containers from needlepoint canvas. 358
Shafts of sunlight brighten an 1882 house in Denver. 284
Shrimp and sausage pasta. 188
Snorkeling Hawaii's west coast; clear calm water within an hour's drive of Kailua. 1444
Stained glass the fast way. 1120
Talk about hearty soup ... ribs and sauerkraut. 240
The complete shade gardener. Book Review 368
The pliable pyracantha ... three ways to wall-train an espalier. 443
Their holiday wreaths start in the garden. 486
These festive gift cones are surprise-holders. 270
Tiny trains in Sacramento's Railroad Museum. 187
Touring Salk Lake City's dramatic Symphony Hall. 173
Trout? No, they're baby silver salmon. 722
Two views of lotusland at the Oakland Museum. 132
What makes this Oregon kitchen so bright and cheery? A light scoop. 326
When you really need a "Santa's helper." 681
Where Santa reads and answers his mail. 224
Yosemite's back-country camps ... now's time to reserve for summer. 822

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