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  • Shaker Cider Pie

    Shaker Cider Pie

    Made with boiled cider and maple sugar, Shaker Cider Pie boasts robust old-fashioned flavor in a golden, buttery crust. Never heard of boiled cider? Once a popular pantry-staple along with molasses and maple syrup, boiled cider is made by simmering...

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Gardening in New England

  • How to Harvest Sunflower Seeds

    How to Harvest Sunflower Seeds

    Whether you want to snack on them, feed them to the birds, or plant them for next year, sunflower seeds are delicious, nutritious, simple to harvest, and a fun way to celebrate the fall season. Here are some simple instructions...

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Best of New England

  • Best Haunted Hotels and Inns in New England

    Best Haunted Hotels and Inns in New England

    Do you believe in ghosts? New England's long and storied history makes it home to countless strange and spooky stories, but for those wanting to spend the night with a ghost, a visit to one of New England's haunted historic...

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The Crafty Yankee

  • Make Halloween Treat Bags

    Make Halloween Treat Bags

    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...

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Explore New England

New England is Delicious

  • Jeremy Sewall

    Jeremy Sewall’s Roasted Cauliflower Soup

    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...

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Behind the Scenes

  • Recipe Testing at Yankee Publishing

    Recipe Testing at Yankee Publishing

    One of the great perks of working at Yankee Publishing is the occasional opportunity to help the food editors with recipe testing—followed by taste testing, and rating the recipes. There’s a sense of fun and adventure in trying out recipes...

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Outdoor Adventures

Just Looking: New England Art

  • The Last Blog Post | Just Looking Signs Off

    The Last Blog Post | Just Looking Signs Off

    This will be the final posting of Just Looking, the New England art blog I have been writing here on the Yankee website since 2008. I will miss the opportunity to share visual experiences online, but I will continue to...

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Home Again

  • Our Favorite Off-the-Beaten-Track Antique Shop

    Our Favorite Off-the-Beaten-Track Antique Shop

    I'm going to let you in on a little secret today. It's a vintage/antique shop in a town you've probably never visited, and it's wonderful—not just for its inventory, which is well curated, but for its prices. They are easily...

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Cooking New England

  • American Potato Salad

    American Potato Salad

    Can you believe summer is unofficially here?!? With Memorial Day behind us, it's time to start thinking about cookouts, grilling outside, and enjoying the nice weather. It's also the time of year when impromptu get-togethers start popping up on patios...

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