The Summer Edition: Yankee Magazine's July/August 2011 Issue
DUBLIN, New Hampshire (July/August 2011)—Yankee Magazine‘s July/August 2011 issue, on newsstands June 28, features classic summer experiences in New England: hidden swimming holes, miles of beaches in Rhode Island, summertime at the lake, the rippling cry of a loon, harvest-to-table meals, and the simplicity of cooking with locally grown vegetables.
“I think we’ve packed every bit of summer into the pages of Yankee‘s July/August issue, except perhaps a tube of sunscreen,” says editor Mel Allen. “A time where life happens outdoors, this is also the season for which locavores wait so patiently. The earth is warm, and the produce we eat doesn’t need to travel more than a few miles from local farms to our plates.”
Inside Yankee‘s Summer Issue
“Back to the Land” — by Erin Byers-Murray and Justin Shatwell (page 78): On summer evenings in Connecticut, chef Jonathan Rapp transforms a farmer’s field into an elegant harvest-to-plate dining experience.
“A Tale of Two Pickles” — by Thom Rock (page 84): A quest to preserve an elusive taste — and a precious family memory.
“Summer on the Lake” — photographed by Richard Schultz with text by Mel Allen (page 88): On Maine’s Sebago Lake, Richard Schultz, whose 2010 photo essay for Yankee was a photography-category finalist for the City and Regional Magazine Association’s annual awards, captures the timeless rituals of life beside deep waters — a place where the pace slows and friends and families gather.
“The Big Question” — interviewed by Ian Aldrich (page 98): Judy Beck, longtime waitress at famed Moody’s Diner in Waldoboro, Maine, tells Yankee why she’s still smiling after more than 50 years in the business.
“Call of the Wild” — by Kristen Laine (page 100): The haunting cry of the loon may be vanishing from New England. If we’re going to save these iconic denizens of the north country, we must act now.
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