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ChocoLee

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Lee Napoli’s handmade truffles are filled with the current darlings of the chocolate world–chiles and espresso–as well as... Read More »

Choosing and Storing Winter Squash

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Winter squash may be stored for as long as three to six months, depending on the variety, but... Read More »

CiderDays Harvest Festival | Cider Celebration & Recipes

CiderDays Harvest Festival | Cider Celebration & Recipes

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

On the still-green lawn in front of the Shelburne-Buckland Community Center on Main Street–the official headquarters of CiderDays–apple... Read More »

Clambake: Feasting, New England-Style

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Rhode Island claims proudly that it’s the rightful home of the old-fashioned New England clambake, featuring lobsters, clams,... Read More »

Classic Holiday Cookies

Classic Holiday Cookies

2 votes, 4.50 avg. rating (86% score)

Nothing welcomes guests into the home during the holidays like a freshly-baked plate of cookies. View a sampling... Read More »

Classic Macaroni and Cheese Recipe

Classic Macaroni and Cheese Recipe

2 votes, 4.00 avg. rating (79% score)

Want to make our version at home? View our favorite Macaroni and Cheese recipe. Read More »

Classic New England Recipes

3 votes, 3.00 avg. rating (64% score)

Like the region itself, New England cuisine is as varied as the geography of the six states from... Read More »

Classic Seafood Recipes

Classic Seafood Recipes

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For many, summer in New England means one thing — fresh seafood! From fish to crabs…shrimp to lobster,... Read More »

Closing In

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To decipher whether your syrup is almost done boiling, stick a clean straightedge into your pan–a wide knife,... Read More »

Cocoapelli

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Jonathan Spillane makes each of these wonders by hand himself. His flavored ganaches are heady little delights. 9... Read More »

Coffee Milk | Rhode Island’s Signature Drink

Coffee Milk | Rhode Island’s Signature Drink

4 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (95% score)

What do you get when you add coffee syrup to ice cold milk? In Rhode Island, you get... Read More »

Coke Cake with Peanut Butter Frosting

Coke Cake with Peanut Butter Frosting

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

Fresh from the oven, the warm cake is gently frosted and then returned to the oven for a... Read More »

Comfort Food Recipes

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So much more than just fuel for our bodies, comfort food can also give great pleasure and solace.... Read More »

Commercial Herb Garden | ‘In the Garden of Eva’

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On a perfect blue-sky summer day, two dozen members of the New England Unit of the Herb Society... Read More »

Common Crackers | New England’s Classic Cracker

Common Crackers | New England’s Classic Cracker

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After splitting the crackers and spreading the halves with a little butter, I decided to take things to... Read More »

Concord Grapes | A New England Original

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Although New York, Ohio, Michigan, and Washington now supply the bulk of the country’s commercial crop, the Concord... Read More »

Concord Grapes | Uses and Recipes

Concord Grapes | Uses and Recipes

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You know autumn has arrived in New England when boxes of tangy-sweet Concord grapes start showing up at... Read More »

Connecticut Dining by the Water

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SUNSET GRILLE Take in the colors of the late-afternoon sky over Norwalk Harbor; the menu excels in the... Read More »

Constant Comment | America’s Favorite Specialty Tea

Constant Comment | America’s Favorite Specialty Tea

3 votes, 5.00 avg. rating (94% score)

Since 1945, the Bigelow Tea Company has been supplying New England and beyond with quality teas, and none... Read More »

Cook Dandelion Greens

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Melting snows predict the end of winter, but only the appearance of the first spring greens finally confirms... Read More »

Cookbook: Everyday Recipes

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Where do you find more than 400 recipes and tons of tips that you will use in the... Read More »

Cookbooks: Bread

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My Bread: The Revolutionary No-Work, No-Knead Method by Jim Lahey. W. W. Norton, 2009; $29.95 200 Fast &... Read More »

Cookies through the Decades | 18 Recipes from the 1930s to 2010s

9 votes, 4.56 avg. rating (89% score)

Pistachio–Cherry Icebox Cookies Pastry chef/teacher Cindy Salvato developed these pistachio-cherry icebox cookies for Yankee in 2004, and they... Read More »

Cooking Lobster at Home | Our Best 5 Tips

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Summertime is synonymous with seafood in New England. Save some cash this year by cooking lobster at home... Read More »

Cooking the Perfect Roast Chicken

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Chef and restaurant owner Marjorie Druker lives in Newton, Massachusetts. “If you can make a great roast chicken,”... Read More »

Cooking with Maple Syrup

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From Yankee magazine March 1994 When properly used in savory dishes, maple syrup lends an undertone rather than... Read More »

Corn, Beans, Squash — Planted Together

1 vote, 4.00 avg. rating (79% score)

Squash, indigenous to Mesoamerica, has been around for at least 5,000 years. The ancient civilizations of these regions... Read More »



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