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Aimee Seavey

Biography:

Assistant Editor Aimee Seavey is a staff writer for Yankee Magazine and assists in the development and promotion of content for YankeeMagazine.com through blogging and social media outlets.

Biggest Agricultural Fairs in New England

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More than just animals, agricultural fairs are also synonymous with crafts, contests, music, food (lots of food!) ,... Read More »

Fan Tan Dinner Rolls

Fan Tan Dinner Rolls

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Who doesn’t love a buttery dinner roll? No matter what season it is or what’s on the menu,... Read More »

Fan Tan Dinner Rolls

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Who doesn’t love a buttery dinner roll? No matter what season it is or what’s on the menu,... Read More »

Coventry Farmers’ Market in Coventry, CT

Coventry Farmers’ Market in Coventry, CT

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No matter where I travel around New England from May through October, I am always thinking about which... Read More »

Summer Jam-Filled Thumbprint Cookies

Summer Jam-Filled Thumbprint Cookies

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Earlier this year I spent some time assisting Yankee’s Senior Life and Home Editor Amy Traverso with recipe... Read More »

Blueberry Boy Bait

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Oh, blueberry season. Each year you arrive with the dog days of summer and stain our hands and... Read More »

Weekend on Nantucket | Photographs from a May Visit

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A visit to the island doesn’t have to break the bank to deliver delicious meals, beautiful scenery, and... Read More »

Behind the Scenes at a Yankee Cookbook Photo Shoot

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Before I accepted my Assistant Editor position here at Yankee Magazine back in November 2011, I was a... Read More »

4th of July Desserts and Traditions

4th of July Desserts and Traditions

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One of my favorite holidays is the 4th of July’s, America’s Independence Day. Because it falls smack in... Read More »

Best Fourth of July Celebrations in New England

Best Fourth of July Celebrations in New England

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The Fourth of July is just around the corner! Towns and communities all across New England are planning... Read More »

Strawberry Muffin Recipe

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June in New England is all about strawberries. With dozens of orchards offering pick-your-own and towns from Connecticut... Read More »

The Friendly Farm in Dublin, NH

The Friendly Farm in Dublin, NH

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Last weekend two of my best friends, Melissa and Kayte, made a pilgrimage from Brooklyn to my new... Read More »

Historic Forest Hills Cemetery

Historic Forest Hills Cemetery

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Forest Hills Cemetery in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood is perhaps the city’s most beautiful and historic rural garden... Read More »

Day Hike on Mount Monadnock

Day Hike on Mount Monadnock

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I see Mount Monadnock everyday in southwestern New Hampshire, while driving past Dublin Lake and a series of... Read More »

Opening Day at the Brimfield Antiques Show

Opening Day at the Brimfield Antiques Show

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Brimfield might be a small town in south-central Massachusetts with a 2010 census population of just 3,609, but... Read More »

Homemade Pico de Gallo Salsa

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One of the easiest summer cookout and BBQ dishes to throw together is a big bowl of Pico... Read More »

Behind the Scenes at Fenway Park’s 100th Anniversary Celebration

Behind the Scenes at Fenway Park’s 100th Anniversary Celebration

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Whether you’re a lifelong Red Sox fan or not, there’s something magical about Fenway Park.  Take a trip... Read More »

Budget Weekend on Nantucket

Budget Weekend on Nantucket

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As soon as you step foot onto the island of Nantucket, just 14 miles long and 3.5 miles... Read More »

Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House

Louisa May Alcott’s Orchard House

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New England, as we all know, is jam-packed with historical bragging rights, not only in the sense that... Read More »

Best Family Friendly Seaside Nature Spots in New England

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New England nature lovers are never bored.  In addition to the endless options for exploring nature solo, there... Read More »

Mother’s Day Cake Recipe: Coffee Sponge Cake

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The warm weather has arrived, and the change in season has many of us throwing open our windows,... Read More »

Red Sox Caramel Corn Treats

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If you can’t make it to Fenway on Friday to celebrate the park’s 100th anniversary, that’s no reason... Read More »

Food, Shopping, and Fun in Harvard Square

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Harvard Square in Cambridge is one of Boston’s top tourist destination spots, home to Harvard University and dozens... Read More »

Easter Basket Cupcakes

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Easter is a holiday with solid sugar ties. Each spring we are presented with baskets of sweetness (actual... Read More »

Best Ways to Welcome Spring

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Spring has sprung! Daffodils, crocuses, and forsythia have all begin to bloom and we are throwing open our... Read More »

Maple Cornbread

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When I was growing up we had a hen house with four hens. I am not sure why... Read More »

Winter at Squam Lakes Natural Science Center

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On a recent visit to the New Hampshire Lakes Region, I knew I wanted to spend some time... Read More »