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Oct 25, 2007
Better Homes and Gardens November 2007 Issue Highlights
-Editors Available for Interview-

Your Destination for Holiday Inspiration

Harvest Party; pg. 21
Autumn leaves inspire these crafty ideas for Thanksgiving décor. Welcome guests with an easy-to-make wreath, turn a short branch into a striking centerpiece and send them home with a stylish goodie bag. For 100 days of holiday tips and ideas, sign up at

Easy Holiday Baking; pg. 237
This month’s issue features a foolproof guide to creating the best desserts of the season. These recipes use familiar ingredients and were created to be as simple as possible but beautiful enough to shine as the main attractions at the Thanksgiving table.

Simple & Pure; pg. 227
Featured are pure and simple flavors for your all-time favorite feast. Here, Better Homes and Gardens’ guest chef shares his recipes for the perfect Thanksgiving plate. From roasted squash soup, slathered eggs and chestnut dressing to the perfectly roasted turkey.

Pretty in Green; pg.120
There’s no need to sacrifice style when decorating with eco-friendly housewares. Here’s what to look for, how to find it, and why you can keep your promise to the earth—while dressing up your home fabulously.

Wrapped in Fir; pg.140
An expert shares his secret to creating dramatic late-season garden vistas by pairing evergreens with colorful trees and shrubs.

November Gardner; pg. 146
Better Homes and Gardens features favorite tools and tips for gorgeous gourds in fall containers. Plus, planting tips for a live Christmas tree and winter bloomers such as the African violet.

Raise Your Hand; pg. 172
No matter how busy you are, you can find plenty of family-friendly ways to help others—and teach kids a valuable lesson along the way. Here, ideas on ways to get started such as starting a giving jar, sending a letter or drawing, contributing to your local food pantry and knitting a blanket for the homeless.

The November issue of Better Homes and Gardens is available on newsstands October 16, 2007.

Lindsey von Busch
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