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Articles from Sunset (September 1, 1984)

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"Landscraping" did it. Soil from the pool created the grassy hill next to it. 158
1,000 corks for a 10-square-foot bulletin board. 184
A flat counter becomes an angled drawing board. 104
A truckload of tomatoes into 350 quarts of sauce. 612
Alpines (of course) and more at Denver's botanic gardens. 357
An elevated chest keeps the bad back straight. 198
Any hope for motion sickness? 285
Baked marinated eggplant. 178
Bathroom designed with the view in mind. 117
Boating, boardsailing, birding at new Shoreline Park on the south bay. 251
Boneless beef bargains. 703
Bringing in daylight: three painters show how. 234
Carrot-zucchini cake. 139
Conversations across the footlights, improbable locations ... Berkeley's innovative theater scene. 1147
Cool, colorful, and mostly vegetables, it's an Italian six-dish buffet. 1247
Cowboys, real and imagined, in San Jose's Museum of Art ... September 7 through November 4. 398
Five ways to preserve some of this month's fig crop. 1000
Garden step that do more than get you up or down the hill. 269
Getting to Catalina ... many choices. 767
Grilled Asian chicken or pork. 187
Grow your own soil conditioner. That's the idea of "green manure." 674
Hang-gliding meet in Telluride, Colorado, September 10 through 16. 193
High seas birding. Directory 1102
How would you like a garden that comes back colorfully almost on its own? 545
In Milan, veal chops are crusty outside, tender-moist inside. 336
Indoor-outdoor art strolling in Sacramento's capitol district. 789
Interior walls came out, peninsula went in. 177
Just berries on top of an oatmeal cooky; and three other simple fruit desserts. 752
Neighbors see only wood. 134
Now that vegetables are not a moral issue, can we just enjoy them? 1047
Old-fashioned corn fritters. 193
Over the mountains to the Candy Dance and Nevada's oldest settlement: they call it Je-noah. 558
Pacific railfair chugs into San Mateo, September 7 through 9. 182
Planting and clearing for fire safety in brushy hillside areas. 1606
Preschoolers test the stone soup story. 418
Private courtyard behind the stucco-wood fence. 153
Quiet Catalina. 2243
Recipe for a garden that comes back. 116
September menus: a cook-ahead picnic with a special main course. A basket lunch of finger salads. 1086
Serving counters that disappear: one folds up, the other slides in. 139
Sherman Oaks: they added a lofty, ferny trellis just out the back door, an outdoor room and a startling new look. 586
Short hikes at a historic winery in the rolling foothills of the Santa Cruz mountains. 257
Shows, sales, clinics, lectures ... bonsai, orchids, dahlias, roses. Directory 1091
Spiced lamb-stuffed peppers. 179
Summer and winter, it makes solar sense. 211
The cruise ship boom. 591
The crunch pears. 1971
The deck zigs and zags along with the slope. 258
The German pastry maker's art ... wafers and bars. 514
The two-story ferns. 618
Their old wing is now a bright new library. 164
This counter ends in a 5-foot circle. 135
Time to wind down and bring in the harvest. 753
To the top of Half Dome. Don't laugh. Fifty people do it every summer day. 581
Using homemade tomato sauce. 744
Watch salmon heading up the Sacramento. 167
Watercolors of the early West. 199
When a French peasant has a tough goose. 729
Zucchini omelets. 190

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