New England Blogs
With the changing leaves we find ourselves craving all things pumpkin -- from coffee and pie in our bellies to stoop-side decor and scented candles in our homes. Combined with cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, and ginger, pumpkin and its spicy sisters...
If you celebrate Halloween, then you probably have several opportunities to share Halloween treats with others. Whether you're hosting a party, handing out candy to trick-or-treaters, preparing goodie bags for your child's classroom celebration, you will most likely need treat...
When a critical mass of New England fine dining restaurants began listing local farms on their menus about ten years ago, it seemed like the most obvious, overdue idea in the world. Rather than buying anonymous commodity products from national...
I don't know if any chefs with deeper New England roots than Jeremy Sewall. His restaurant, Lineage, lies just off the corner of Sewall Avenue (named after his ancestor Samuel Sewall) in Brookline, Massachusetts. Up in York, Maine, where his cousins...
Sure, carving Jack-o’-Lanterns for Halloween is a popular pastime, but pumpkins and gourds can also be a versatile décor item in the fall. From pumpkin planters to birdfeeders, I’ve rounded up three simple pumpkin craft ideas. Make a Pumpkin Planter Materials for...
New Hampshire's Waterville Valley Resort is like a vortex that pulls you in and keeps you there—mostly because there’s no reason to leave. Unlike the 2014 Polar Vortex, however, this is a place where you will want to stay. A...
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In this issue: A Real New England Christmas
- Vintage Decorating Tips
- Mission to Maine's Islands
- Norman Rockwell's Stockbridge
- Bonus! Holiday Cookbook