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Edible Flowers | Rose Petal Jam

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I can’t help myself. In the summer they’re everywhere I like to be: along the beach path from... Read More »

Enjoying the Bounty of CSAs

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We’re big on CSAs here at Yankee headquarters, and of course right now the good earth is still... Read More »

Evan Mallett — Portsmouth, NH

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Black Trumpet Portsmouth, New Hampshire blacktrumpetbistro.com “I confess that I’m a comfort-food-loving chef, and I celebrate winter’s hearty... Read More »

Festivities in New England

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CONNECTICUT Mystic Stroll. More than 50 Main Street stores serve up free food, while Santa hands out candy... Read More »

Fiddleheads, Ramps, and Pesto

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Those wonderful harbingers of spring are popping up in gardens and markets, and I’m doing my best to... Read More »

Five Portland Chefs: Maine Course

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Click here to download Spring Recipes. Although I’m a native New Englander, I confess that I hadn’t spent... Read More »

Food and Lyrics

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We all screw up song lyrics — some of us more than others. That, and a terrible singing... Read More »

Food for Football and Friends

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As much as the weekend was about football, for me it was a weekend of eating and drinking.... Read More »

French Toast

French Toast

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What could be simpler? A few eggs, some old bread, and maple syrup — voila! Yes, French toast.... Read More »

Fresh Basil Dip | An Easy Recipe for Friends

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I have written about my friend Maria Elena before—in a previous blog she graciously shared her recipe for... Read More »

Fresh from Mary Ann Esposito’s Garden

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Read more: Mary Ann’s garden recipes Some men bring their wives a dozen long-stemmed roses when they want... Read More »

From Butter to Wine

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My friend Rebecca left a voice mail this week asking how long eggs and butter can stay out... Read More »

Gifts from the Kitchen

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To give or receive something handmade–especially if it’s edible–feels more in the spirit of the season than any... Read More »

Grafton Village Cheese

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Since the 1890s, the cheesemakers of Grafton, sponsored by the Windham Foundation (a nonprofit dedicated to promoting rural... Read More »

Grilling on the TODAY show

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It’s a good thing I like to travel; I live part-time in Boston and part-time in New Hampshire.... Read More »

Hair Lessons

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When I was in college, musician Billy Ray Cyrus was popular as a one-hit wonder for his horrid... Read More »

Helen’s Helpful Hints

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If dining on deck, especially with kids, avoid snacks that will blow away or are oily: “Chips, pretzels,... Read More »

Holiday Basket of New England Foods

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VIDEO: Annie discusses these New England food gifts on New England Cable News (NECN). Another basketful of ideas:... Read More »

Holiday Gift Basket Foods

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A holiday basket of New England foods brings glad tidings to friends and family. More suggestions: New England... Read More »

Holiday Travels

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Let me begin with a wish for all of our readers out there: I really hope this new... Read More »

Homegrown: Dandelion Pesto

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We curse dandelions. We tug them out and they return in what seems like minutes. Ah yes, the... Read More »

Homegrown: Smelts

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More fish dishes: Seafood Recipes Starting off with a big word I rarely use, rainbow smelts are anadromous,... Read More »

Homegrown: These Shrimp Are Real Shrimps

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They begin their chilly journey as year-old boy shrimp, trekking from inshore waters out into the cold Atlantic.... Read More »

Homemade Foods of Family and Friends

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I’ve been in the food business for a long time. I started what’s now my career — I... Read More »

Host Your Own Chinese New Year Party

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Celebrate in style. Host a Chinese New Year’s Party. Here is your menu — Chinese Dumplings, Longevity Noodles,... Read More »

Hot Coffee

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The Boston Globe reported on Wednesday that “a topless coffee shop that raised the ire of many residents... Read More »

Hot Dogs: New England’s Best

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I’ve been eating a lot of hot dogs lately. And when I talk about eating hot dogs, people... Read More »



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