Friday, September 12, 2008

Be sure to take a peek at the October issue of Country Living magazine, on newsstands now. It is the 30th anniversary issue and inside is a one-page profile of Martha, whose Turkey Hill kitchen graced the cover of the first issue of the magazine back in 1978, when Martha was still working as a Connecticut caterer. The profile features a brief interview with Martha, a discussion about how the 'country look' has changed and a look back at her successes over the decades since her Country Living debut.

Country Living magazine is a Hearst publication that began as a seasonal supplement to Good Housekeeping. There is also a British version of the magazine, which can be found in North America on newsstands that sell international publications. The UK version is much larger in scale, but the US version is just as lovely. The October issue features several beautiful country homes, a big, bubbling brew of Halloween ideas, beautiful harvest table settings and lots of declious looking recipes. To quote Martha, "It's always been a fabulous magazine."

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