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Yankee Magazine's New Recipe Collection

Yankee Magazine’s New Recipe Collection
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Dublin, NH (September 2, 2010) — Best New England Recipes, on newsstands October 5, 2010, includes more than 150 easy and delicious classic and contemporary dishes from 75 years of Yankee Magazine. Each recipe in its own way enhances a tradition of classic foods that have defined New England for generations. The recipes are inspired by the region’s distinct seasons, by the deep connection between farmers and chefs, and by the flavors of the diverse cultures that make New England a community.

“I hope this collection will serve as your gateway to both familiar comforts and new adventures in cooking and dining as you discover New England’s best recipes.” says Annie B. Copps, Yankee’s food editor and editor of the collection. “We’re proud to share these delicious selections, from our kitchen to yours.”

Throughout the history of the magazine, Yankee has always been committed to seasonal, local foods. Some of the earliest stories celebrated the harvest with root-vegetable recipes, late-summer blueberries, and all kinds of seafood, from shad roe to mussels. Maple syrup was a constant, as were brown bread, boiled dinners, and preserves. Today, those staples are still at the heart of New England cooking, and are joined by an array of fresh takes on old favorites, including salads and delicately flavored dressings, delectable cakes and cookies, boldly seasoned pastas, perfectly done roasts, innovative soups, and new grain recipes.

The bookazine includes recipes for appetizers, breads, soups and salads, main courses and pastas, side dishes, breakfasts, sweets, jams, and preserves. Here’s just a sampling: Deviled Oysters . . . Shucked Oysters with Two Sauces . . . Lobster Nachos . . . Oatmeal Bread . . . Clam Chowder . . . Roasted-Parsnip Frise Salad . . . Chicken Salad with Apple, Quinoa, and Fennel . . . Spinach Salad with Warm Cranberry Vinaigrette . . . Corned Beef and Cabbage . . . Mom’s Meatloaf . . . Yankee Pot Roast . . . Roasted Rack of Lamb with Spaetzel . . . Crispy Flounder Over Scallion-Corn Ragout . . . Steamed Mussels with Garlic, Tomatoes, and Scallions . . . Vermont-Style Baked Beans . . . Cranberry-Gorgonzola Tart on Walnut Shortbread Crust . . . Best-Ever Blueberry Muffins . . . Jonnycakes . . . Cranberry-Orange Scones . . . Double-Chocolate Cookies . . . Open-Faced Apple and Almond Tart . . . Peanut Brittle . . . Apple Butter . . . Dill Pickles . . .

Whether you reside in New England, or New England resides in your heart, this collection will become a well-worn cooking companion.

Best New England Recipes
UPC: 0-71486-01175-0
On-sale date: 10/5/2010
Cover price: $9.99 (U.S./Canada)
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**About Annie B. Copps, food editor, Yankee Magazine: Annie oversees the magazine’s food coverage, both as an editor and as a contributor of feature stories and columns. She appears frequently as a guest on NBC’s Today show and other TV and radio shows, including WGBH’s Daily Dish. Prior to joining Yankee, she served as food editor of Boston Magazine and features editor of Concierge and was also widely known for her work as the host of WBZ Radio’s Connoisseurs’ Corner and WTKK’s Table Talk with Annie Copps. As a television producer, she made her mark with two popular PBS series, Cooking with Todd English and Julia Child’s Kitchen — where she was an assistant to the legendary grande dame of French cuisine. Before beginning her media career, Annie honed her skills as a cook at several notable Boston-area restaurants, including Olives, Jasper’s, The Harvest, and Michela’s. She also writes Eating New England, a blog about New England food.

About us: Yankee Magazine was founded in 1935 and is based in Dublin, New Hampshire. It is the only magazine devoted to New England through its coverage of travel, home, food, and features. With a paid circulation of over 350,000 and a total audience of more than 2 million readers, it is produced by Yankee Publishing Incorporated (YPI), a family-owned, independent magazine publisher. In 2010, Yankee Magazine was named a finalist in the national City and Regional Magazine Association’s annual awards in two categories: Multimedia and Excellence in Writing. 2010 marks Yankee Magazine’s 75th year as New England’s magazine. YPI also owns the nation’s oldest continuously produced periodical, The Old Farmer’s Almanac. More information about Yankee: New England’s Magazine is available at:

For review copies and author interviews, contact Heather Atwell, Communications Manager, Yankee Magazine, 603-563-8111, ext. 180,

Updated Friday, September 10th, 2010

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