Sunset

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. 237, No. 5, November

A Foolproof Feast
GRILLED BUTTERFLIED TURKEYSERVES 10 TO 12 / 3% HOURS, PLUS 12 HOURS TO BRINEAfter years of experimenting with different techniques in the Test Kitchen, we've landed on butterflying and grilling as the path to a better bird. Flattened out, the turkey...
A Foolproof Feast: Our Test Kitchen's Guide to Mastering the Thanksgiving Classics-With a Few Western Twists along the Way
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] GRILLED BUTTERFLIED TURKEY SERVES 10 TO 12 / 3 1/4 HOURS, PLUS 12 HOURS TO BRINE After years of experimenting with different techniques in the Test Kitchen, we've landed on butterflying and grilling...
All-Seasons Retreat
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] At this oceanfront house in Long Beach, California, homeowners Megan and Jeff Tagliaferri wanted a backyard they could lounge in even when the seaside wind picked up. Working with designer Sarah Robinson (theplnntnerd.com),...
Brown Liquor Fridays
A DRINKING TRADITION Was born at Sunset at the end of a long week several years ago. Saturated by wine, some of my tasting colleagues decided to shift gears to slide into the weekend. Brown liquor was called for-neat, over ice, and in ever more creative...
Brown Liquor Fridays: Make over Your Weekend Cocktails with the West's Newest and Tastiest Craft Whiskeys
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A DRINKING TRADITION was born at Sunset at the end of a long week several years ago. Saturated by wine, some of my tasting colleagues decided to shift gears to slide into the weekend. Brown liquor was called for--neat, over...
Call of the Wild
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Once a hobby for the fanners' market faithful, foraging has found its way to the mainstream. It informs what we eat, how we travel, and which products we rub on our face. Our guide to getting dirty....
Call of the Wild
Once a hobby for the farmers'-market faithful, foraging has found its way to the mainstream. It informs what we eat, how we travel and which products we rub on our face. Our guide to getting dirty.Gather01ANTICA TERRAOregonIn the Willamette Valley, one...
Food + Memory
I CAN'T remember ever having a single bad meal in Portland. This occurs to me as I'm drinking a first-rate saison made with rose petals from Burnside Brewing Co. and grazing on elk sausage at Feast, the city's annual food festival. Amid the four-day...
Food + Memory
I can't remember ever having a single bad meal in Portland. This occurs to me as I'm drinking a first-rate saison made with rose petals from Burnside Brewing Co. and grazing on elk sausage at Feast, the city's annual food festival. Amid the four-day...
In the SUNSET KITCHEN
IN SEASONSage adviceAlthough sage is a natural in savory stuffing, the aromatic herb is unexpectedly great with fruit too. Try a teaspoon of it chopped and sprinkled over an apple tart or folded into sauteed pears as a crostini topping.KEY INGREDIENTPRIMO...
Next-Level Design
As Sunsets headquarters were relo- ¿ eating to Oakland late last year, a group of designers were a few miles away planning the magazine's 2016 Idea House. Perched in the Claremont Hills bordering Oakland and Berkeley, the home was conceived as a tribute...
Next-Level Design: History Plays Its Part Inside Sunset's Latest Idea House, but the Future Is Calling
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] As Sunset's headquarters were relocating to Oakland late last year, a group of designers were a few miles away planning the magazine's 2016 Idea House. Perched in the Claremont Hills bordering Oakland and Berkeley, the home...
Phung Chung Chyang
YELLOWKNIFE, CANADAThe Imax viewIn the 1930s, prospectors flooded Canada's far-flung Northwest Territories in search of gold. These days, travelers trek to this slice of the Great North for the luminescent greens-and yellows and pinks and reds-of the...
Pick Your Mexico Paradise
Rocky-desert-meets-the-beach on the tip of Baja in Los Cabos? Or the wild-yet-intimate jungles-cape of the Riviera Nayarit, north of Puerto Vallarta? You can't lose: Both areas provide myriad new reasons to go, proving there's more to paradise than...
The Next Wave
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] A voyage through Long Beach's graffiti-stamped neighborhoods reveals a shift in the water: Locals are transforming it from a commuter town into SoCal's hottest creative hub. The RMS Queen Mary, a grand ocean liner that...
The Next Wave
The RMS Queen Mary, a grand ocean liner that catered to the upper crust in the 1930s, has been a mainstay of Long Beach-and one of its most popular attractions-since it moored here nearly 50 years ago. So when the estimable Queen invites the alt-comedy...
The Plant Pioneer: A New Book by Sunset's Garden Editor Celebrates the West's Dry-Gardening Hero
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] RUTH Bancroft was in her 60s when she planted her garden in Walnut Creek, California, with desert fan palms. Friends asked why she bothered. After all, she might not live...
Toast of the TOWN
Ayesha Curry & Amanda Haas are feeding each other sweet-potato chips with caviar and laughing. They're tasting one of the party recipes they've put together and know they have a hit.When Ayesha and Amanda get together in the kitchen, it's like a...
Toast of the Town: Food-World Stars Ayesha Curry and Amanda Haas Share Their True-Life-Tested Recipes and Tips for Throwing a Memorable (and Stress-Free!) Holiday Party
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Ayesha Curry & Amanda Haas are feeding each other sweet-potato chips with caviar and laughing. They're tasting one of the party recipes they've put together and know they have a hit. When Ayesha...
Up All Night
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Make this the winter you see the northern lights. It's never been easier to experience the aurora borealis, thanks to luxe tours, astronomy apps, and devoted sky-watchers. [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] YELLOWKNIFE, CANADA ...
Your CHECKLIST
"The bit of turf softens the patio but doesn't need a lot of water."PLANTContinue planting bulbs until the ground freezes solid. After planting, water the soil thoroughly and cover with 4 inches of shredded bark, fallen leaves, hay, or straw (don't add...
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