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America’s Unique Culinary Gift


Connoisseurs may turn up their noses at hams cured by Virginian farmers (and other Americans, too), preferring instead their prosciutto, not realizing that America’s country ham is the equal to any in the world—if not better. The unique and revered native delicacy combines two techniques—salt curing and smoking— to yield deep, delicious flavors. Robert Moss tells the whole story about country ham in our December 2108 issue.

Christmas Is Here!

We publish our special Christmas issue in September so that you can make holiday plans and have time to order custom-made products that will be ready as gifts on the big day. Copies are already on their way to subscribers (and most should have them by now) and it should be on the newsstand through the holiday—although that's often up to the whims of the newsstand manager—ask for a copy if you don’t see it. What's inside? Read further to find out.  [MORE]

A Brownsburg Cabin Christmas

Now available, our new holiday book A Brownsburg Cabin Christmas: Traditions and Friendship in a Small Virginia Town with text and photographs by Early American Life contributing editor Winfield Ross.

In the small village of Brownsburg, Virginia, five families celebrate the season by gathering with neighbors to strengthen friendships and traditions and by decorating their historic cabins. Some of these sturdy structures have passed from generation to generation.  [MORE]

Winterthur Ornaments

In our Christmas issue, we promised you bigger views of some of the animal ornaments on the decorated Christmas Tree displayed at Winterthur Museum, Library, and Gardens, which we pictured on page 1. Winterthur was kind enough to share nine close-up views of the various little holiday creatures, created with natural materials, so that you can use them as inspiration for your own tree hangings.  [MORE]

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