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Sunset Magazine is a magazine covering western homes, gardens, food and travel (five regional editions). Founded in 1898, it is a monthly publication published by Sunset Publishing Corp. Sunset Magazine subjects include home and gardening as well as travel and tourism. The senior vice president is Kevin Lynch.

Articles from Vol. 235, No. 6, 2015

A Perfect Day in Denver's Santa Fe District
Art for allSeveral swanky galleries (including Michael Warren Contemporary, SPACE Gallery, and Point Gallery) opened last year along Santa Fe Drive, but the bulk of the district remains refreshingly wallet-friendly. The Denver Art Society cooperative...
Ask Sunset
HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT LIFE IN THE WEST? WE HAVE THE ANSWERS.Q: I love sugar cookies, but all the sprinkles and frostinq on ng the top make tnem tOO Sweet for me. Are there other ways to decorate them? -K.C., PHOENIXDEAR K.C. No sprinkles?! You can easily...
Calling All Cooks
Family members and friends who love to cook probably don't need another 10-speed blender. These new tools, ingredients, and cookbooks will surprise and delight them (and even pay off for you in the form of some good eating in the new year).CUSTOM ROLLING...
Crab Feast
Cullen Campbell, Crudo, PhoenixCRAB and SPINACH GNOCCHISERVES 4/2 HOURSDespite being quite a distance from an ocean, chef-owner Cullen Campbell serves impeccable seafood. He simmers these plump gnocchi, but the mixture is also excellent pan-fried as...
Desert Beauty
susan Stella first fell in love with the brown and rose-colored badlands of New Mexico when she was a girl gazing out the windows of her family's VW bus during their annual road trips from Illinois to California."Santa Fe seemed like the most exotic...
For Memories the Season
there's one Christmas ornament I'm anxious to find each year. Made by my daughter in the first grade (she's 22 now), it's a slightly misshapen six-pointed star constructed of popsicle sticks, decorated with blue and red sequins, and studded, inexplicably,...
Holiday Game Night
FROM THANKSGIVING through New Year's, people drink far more sparkling wine-from all over the globe-than they do any other time of year. Most of us, though, can't tell the difference between a cava (Spain's main bubbly), say, and any other bottle of bubbles....
Into the Wild
A late winter morning last March. A dawn sky you see only in Alaska,silvered as the inside of a mussel shell, light brushing the snowy peaks of the Chugach Mountains but not yet warming the boggy pasture where the bison stand. They are large, stoic animals,...
Season's Eatings
It's the bite before Christmas, and all through the house... dirty dishes are piled in the sink, the ham still has an hour left in the oven, and your in-laws are arriving. Sound familiar? This year, why not gift yourself with some relaxation and dine...
The Longest Day
i moved to LOS anoeles about a year ago, trading a cramped Manhattan dump for a house with a backyard, a dishwasher, and an apricot tree. Sure, I watched a squirrel eat every last apricot from my bedroom window, but at least I had a bedroom window. Pick...
Weeknight Cooking
TAKE-TWO TURKEY NOODLE SOUP with GINGER and CHILESERVES 4 TO 6 / 25 MINUTESAfter eating piles of turkey flavored with the usual sage and oregano, you'll be grateful for leftovers that taste totally different: This soup is fiercely gingery (to revitalize...
Your CHECKLIST
PLANTGrow a living Christmas tree in a pot on your porch, and decorate it with miniature outdoor lights and waterproof ornaments. Keep the soil moist, cover with burlap when temperatures are predicted to drop below freezing, and transplant the tree to...
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