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Mary’s Farm | The Turning Wheel of the Garden

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I’ve gardened from a very young age, starting when I was probably 6 or 7, following my father... Read More »

Mary’s Farm: High School Reunion

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I didn’t come out of the oven here, as the old folks like to say. I’m originally from... Read More »

Maxwell’s Strawberry Farm | Best Cook

Maxwell’s Strawberry Farm | Best Cook

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Family ties — and recipes — are strong in the household of Maxwell’s Strawberry Farm in Cape Elizabeth,... Read More »

Meals from around the World | Best Cook

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In 2009 Sarah Commerford and her 15-year-old son, Tim, watched the movie Julie and Julia together. Afterwards, Tim... Read More »

Mending our Ways

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On Wednesday nights, I teach a class at a nearby university. A couple of weeks ago, we were... Read More »

Moonrise On the Beach

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On Friday I drove out to the end of Cape Cod to attend a memorial service for an... Read More »

Mount Desert Island, Maine | Yankee Classic

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Excerpt from “This New England: Mount Desert Island, Maine,” Yankee Magazine, August 1981. When Samuel De Champlain named... Read More »

New England Mardi Gras

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On Saturday night I went to a potluck at my friend Deb’s house. She loves Mardi Gras and... Read More »

New House from Old | Mary’s Farm

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A recent cartoon in the New Yorker depicts two older couples sitting amidst the construction debris of the... Read More »

Not My Grandmother’s Paperwhites | Mary’s Farm

Not My Grandmother’s Paperwhites | Mary’s Farm

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My grandmother had a sun porch, and around the edges, in front of the windows, she had copper... Read More »

Of Sick Dogs, Of Mad Dogs

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Here was my week: Monday When I got home in the afternoon, I found Mayday, my 13-year-old mini-schnauzer,... Read More »

Old Leather Man | A Connecticut Legend

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A local legend like that of the Old Leather Man — Connecticut’s most famous tramp — can easily... Read More »

Orphan Holidays | Mary’s Farm

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In this poignant, heartwarming special edition of “Mary’s Farm,” Edie Clark reflects on the powers of cooking and... Read More »

Out of the Zone

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Spring came in a rush, a tumble of images. A month ago, I saw a bear amble across... Read More »

Painter Albert Quigley | Mary’s Farm

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I love many things about this area, but one of my strongest pulls is from the legacy of... Read More »

Pansies Still in Bloom

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The first snow appeared on Mt. Monadnock this morning, the dark profile arching white in the morning’s new... Read More »

Paradise Lost

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In June, I am heading to Iceland, a long awaited return to a country that I love. I... Read More »

Phantom Dahlias | Mary’s Farm

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A man down the road grows dahlias, the magnificent and ancient starbursts of color that in northern climes... Read More »

Poetry for the Moment

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Last Friday, five poets gathered at the Chesham Church, the place of the art show, the place where... Read More »

Polish Cooking | Best Cook

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Linda Tenney’s holiday feasts give guests a culinary tour of her ancestral homeland. Linda Wisz Tenney is a... Read More »

Portsmouth, RI: The Tin Can Man

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Yankee classic from January/February 2001 In a small, white house on a side street off a side street... Read More »

Portuguese Kale Soup | Best Cook

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Ruth O’Donnell is standing in her kitchen, shredding kale for her special Portuguese soup, which she’s made …... Read More »

Puddings, puddings, puddings

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We sat sequestered in the Sunday School room of the Charlemont Federated Church, three of us, twenty-seven glorious... Read More »

Queen Bee | Mary’s Farm

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Last fall, a young man who lives nearby knocked on my door. He wanted to know whether he... Read More »

Raging Bull | Mary’s Farm

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One day late last fall while I was out raking, a pickup with a noisy muffler rumbled past.... Read More »

Recipes from a Picky Eater | Best Cook

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Friends in Vermont call Adele Dienno the best cook they know; her flavors come from a lifetime of... Read More »

Red Is the Color | Mary’s Farm

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Last year was one of the worst years for hay that I can remember. Aside from the need... Read More »



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