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Articles from Sunset (May 1, 1985)

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"Battle of the barbecues"; it's an annual day of serious cooking and lighthearted competition. 358
A festival of wildflowers at Lake San Antonio, May 4 and 5. 242
A gallery of gems opens May 3 in Los Angeles. 285
A pavilion? No, it's their new family room just off the kitchen. 188
A Reno tomato grower must be wily. 384
A sensitive subject for hikers: how to prevent and treat blisters. 784
A sweeter, simpler souffle, this is a brunch showstopper. 574
An exercise hole in the spa. 175
Apples, brie in a crepe sandwich. 261
Artichokes in a robust appetizer spread. 393
Artistry with bricks. 401
Bicycle rides in and around Napa Valley. Book Review 99
Braised black cod. 187
Call it spaghetti sauce landscaping. 277
Chicken ratatouille. 179
Cider-baked apples. 200
Covering a brick fireplace with decorative tile. 408
Credit the tall white wall. 288
Cruising with children? 1133
Curry soup's secret? Many seasonings, but they are all familiar. 330
Designed for viewing ... from above or ground level. 368
Desk and storage all in one counter. 144
Elegant salad from a homely root. 229
Eugene neighbors divert traffic with flowers and shrubs. 261
Five different plants grow between the steps. 182
Food stall sampling in Stockholm. 361
For extra security and wind protection. 85
From Icarus to space shuttle, the saga of flight in Seattle. 587
Getting a preview of Expo 86. 431
Good old tamale pie ... this time with an open face. 325
Good reasons for icebox melons. 427
Hang up a wall of flowers. 498
Hibiscus newsmakers. 686
If you're serious about plants ... aroids to water lilies. Directory 1728
Indonesian adventure ... rituals and culture in Tanah Toraja. 621
Inns of the redwood coast; 11 of them in Arcata, Eureka, Ferndale. Directory 815
Jicama-pea salad. 202
Just north of Hilo, a tropical garden invites strolling. 605
Kitchen efficiency in tight quarters. 87
La Jolla add-on turns a blank face to the alley. But inside it's a bright conservatory. 187
Lentil tocos. 178
May menus: turkey roll-ups on a picnic or at home, warm or cold. 1395
Meet our Western Home Awards jury. Biography 569
Mexican sunflower ... in old-fashioned and improved versions. 329
Mixed grill as done in Venice, Italy. 673
New deck for the view and much more garden space. 206
New ferry crossing for Lake Powell. 263
New Mexico's red chilies work magic with carne adobada. 559
Open shelves and a long peninsula bring old kitchen into today. 189
Oven trio: acorn squash, broccoli, a 4-pound chicken. 307
Peninsula Ballet Theatre presents two world premieres. 219
Picklers, salad-makers, lemon, Armenian ... your cucumber choices. 533
Plants that merit attention, volume 1. Book Review 212
Playwright Eugene O'Neill's Danville home open for tours. 267
Primate see, primate do. 322
Privacy for them, filtered shade for thier plants. 155
Puppet theater in the door frame. 853
Quick and easy: softwood cuttings multiply plants. 234
Riding the rails on the San Francisco Peninsula. 1599
Roasted onion spread. 180
Sacramento's Crocker Art Museum celebrates a birthday. 204
San Jose students learn as they build a house. 375
Scraps, plywood ... it's their entry door. 109
Seafood potstickers. 621
Sewing room wedged under the eave. 159
Simple but stylish cold seafood salads. 1226
Solar greenhouse designed for a cloudy climate. 291
Spectacular, rugged, and beginning to open up ... Feather Falls County. 1060
Storage for the roll-up bed. 84
Take the sun bridge up to he new bedroom wing and the views. 268
The heron are nesting near Denver ... see them close-up. 187
The new mid-size dahlias. 294
The really imaginative hunter sets off into the woods with white wine, tomatoes, and the like. 1805
The winding wine roads of the Santa Cruz Mountains; 27 wineries open for tasting, touring. Directory 1879
They added this to the back of their ranch house? 412
Triple-dose chocolate cake. 728
Unlikely go-togethers: squab and cabbage. 965
Utah opens fishing year-round, part of new regulations. 190
Wall and rooms zig-zag through the house's middle. 185
What to be a mucker or trammer? Visit the East Bay's new mine museum. 262
Where to put the stereo? And all the wires, records, tapes, speakers that go with it? 659
Why tiny pasta? For soup. 710
Will this settle the chocolate chip cooky debate? Bibliography 518
Yakitori? It is Japanese understatement. 895
Yosemite ... still magnificent. 7541
You can stencil a design on the loaf. 721
You want to grow corn, but space is tight? Try containers. 391
Zinnias that step back in time ... small, easygoing. 297

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