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Sunset

November/December 2019

SUNSET celebrates your love of Western living. Discover new weekend and day trip destinations, inspiring homes and gardens, and fast and fresh recipes that highlight the West's great local ingredients. For annual or monthly subscriptions (on all platforms except iOS), your subscription will automatically renew and be charged to your provided payment method at the end of the term unless you choose to cancel. You may cancel at any time during your subscription in your account settings. If your provided payment method cannot be charged, we may terminate your subscription.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Sunset Publishing Corporation
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6 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

1 min.
sunset

CHAIRMAN & PUBLISHER Michael A. Reinstein PUBLISHER David Steinhafel EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Matt Bean CREATIVE DIRECTOR Clark Miller EXECUTIVE EDITOR Hugh Garvey DIGITAL DIRECTOR Jasmin Perez Home & Garden HOME EDITOR Sally Kuchar GARDEN EDITOR Thad Orr ASSOCIATE HOME EDITOR Nena Farrell Food FOOD EDITOR Ellen Fort Travel TRAVEL EDITOR Kate Wertheimer Assistant Editor Maya Wong Contributors Heather Arndt Anderson Stephanie Granada Art + Photography ART DIRECTOR James McCann PHOTO EDITOR Christine Bobbish STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Thomas J. Story PHOTO PRODUCTION EDITOR E. Spencer Toy Copy PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Jamie Elliott RESEARCH CHIEF James Reddick COPY EDITOR Lesley Bruynesteyn Digital ASSOCIATE DIGITAL DIRECTOR Jessica Mordo SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER Janessa Reyes PRODUCER Nicole Clausing Sales INTERIM PUBLISHER Kristine Shine ACCOUNT DIRECTORS Pamela Coffey, Michelle Rosen, Kathleen Craven, Rand Wellhouser, Shannon Johnson, Michelle Baby, Jennifer Edmonds, Jana Robinson, Pamela Thompson, Kristi Rummel, Ben Warner, Robert Weigland ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN MANAGER Isabel Lanaux SALES PLANNER Alexis Papadopoulos PRODUCTION MANAGER Barbara Rousseau Marketing HEAD OF MARKETING AND EVENTS Tracy Seng SALES MARKETING ASSOCIATE Barbara Rocchi Sunset Publishing Corporation CHIEF REVENUE…

2 min.
westward drifting

I’M A CREATURE of habit when it comes to the holidays. Fine, you want the truth? I’m a sap. Find me another guy who drives a truck, welds stuff, and yet can capably debate the finer points of Kelly Clarkson versus Mariah Carey for best holiday pop singer. Come early November, my Sonos and Spotify clog up with holiday tunes. My Instagram is given over to real-time reviews of all the new Hallmark and Lifetime holiday movies (#SapAwards). Don’t even get me started on Christmas cookies. I’m lucky Ugly Sweaters are so forgiving. Why the confessional? This issue represents my first holiday special for Sunset, one we’ve been looking forward to sharing with you all year. It’s also the first time I’ll be streaming the David Bowie–hosted The Snowman not against…

3 min.
ask sunset

Q: I’m no interior decorator, and neither was my late grandfather, who left me his Idaho cabin in his will. I need to redecorate, but I don’t want to look like an amateur. So, what’s the rule for mixing different woods in a room? a: Mix woods, but do so carefully, says Daniel Scovill, founding partner of Arcsine, an Oakland architecture and interiors firm. Start by figuring out the species of wood that feels right for the space. But remember, a single species can look different depending on the stain or how pieces are cut. In a small room, err on the conservative side, examining all your woods for variations and keeping the palette simple; if a big-leaf mahogany chair and built-in cabinet clash, simply put the chair in another room.…

2 min.
best of the west

1. Pendleton Blanket This jacquard throw was woven at Pendleton’s Northwest mills, and the pattern is an homage to the weaving culture of the Southwest. Spider Rock Throw, $219; pendleton-usa.com. 2. Otterbox Mug For camping sips or backyard cocktails, keep drinks at the perfect temperature with this modern upgrade on camp mugs. Otterbox Elevation 14 Mug, $25; otterbox.com. 3. National Parks Bottle The limited-edition Hydro Flask National Park Foundation Collection by Hydro Flask features images of Joshua Tree, Yellowstone, and more. National Park Foundation Limited Edition 21 oz. standard mouth, $40; hydroflask.com. 4. Snowshoes These handcrafted snowshoes double as a strong snowshoe and an attractive addition to your winter-cabin decor. L.L. Bean Heritage Wooden Snowshoes, $349; llbean.com. 5. Copper Head Hammer Set up your tent faster with a durable peg hammer, thanks to the copper head that makes for…

1 min.
fresh ideas

Great Jones Dutch Oven Made of handsome cast-iron, the Dutch oven doubles as a pop of color. The Dutchess, $145; greatjonesgoods.com. Oaxacan Cookbook Recipes from iconic L.A. restaurant Guelaguetza. Oaxaca: Home Cooking from the Heart of Mexico, $40; amazon.com. Departo Folding Stool Ash wood and a canvas seat for a portable but elegant perch. $225; departo.com. Matcha Stick Box Wellness shop Cap Beauty’s matcha sticks make high-quality tea extra easy. $34; capbeauty.com. Beach Tumbler Three types of stoneware were slipcast together for a wavy motif. Helen Levi Beach Tumbler, $44; helenlevi.com.…

1 min.
streamlined gifts

Filson Twill Rod Case Stash your rods, reel, and tackle in this rugged, classic carrying case. $375; filson.com. Ross Animas Reel Light and durable with a two-tone drag knob and a silhouette of Colorado mountains. $295; rossreels.com. Roka Falcon Alloy Sunglasses Light, grippy, and polarized—perfect for spotting fish while wading in the elements. From $95; roka.com. Eddie Bauer 1936 Skyliner Down Jacket Stay warm and stylish with this quilted bomber. $160; eddiebauer.com. Hestra Wakayama Gloves Cowhide construction, retro styling, and a paracord cinch strap. $150; hestrausa.com.…