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Different apples deliver different tastes. Take the Granite Beauty (above), a New Hampshire variety that serves up a... Read More »

Foraging for Beach Plums

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Jason Bond is striking out. Leading a small team through the dunes in Westport, Massachusetts, cluster-bombed by mosquitoes... Read More »

Fourth of July Menu | Salmon & Peas (with a whopper of a twist)

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Come and celebrate the Fourth of July with us,” Don Seamans said. “We’re cooking salmon in the dishwasher.”... Read More »

French Canadian Meat Pie | Recipe from This Issue’s Best Cook

French Canadian Meat Pie | Recipe from This Issue’s Best Cook

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“Moose” (Raymond) Despres had his first meat pie when he was 4 years old. That would be as... 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 Dairy Delivery in Connecticut | ‘Moo to You’

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A Connecticut family dairy revives a time-honored tradition: farm-fresh milk, in glass bottles, delivered right to your door.... 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 »

Fresh From the Orchard: New England Apples

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Few New England seasons are sweeter than the apple harvest. Celebrate with apple recipes from Yankee lifestyle editor... Read More »

Galleria Umberto | Local Flavor

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The North End is Boston’s Little Italy, a narrow web of streets where fifth-generation families and twenty­­something professionals... Read More »

Get Procative

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If you want something different, ask for it–and your local orchard is a great place to start. Two... Read More »

Get Sauced: Pork Chops

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Pork has come a long way. Years ago, we were told to cook it so thoroughly that it... 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 »

Gloucester Family’s Annual Winemaking Tradition

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My great-grandpa Guiseppe Frontierro made wine back in Sicily, and the tradition traveled with him to the wharves... Read More »

Go Fish | Community-supported Fishery in Gloucester

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Gloucester’s inner harbor pays no mind to the picturesque. It’s a working Massachusetts port, a saguaro-shaped inlet bordered... Read More »

Going Green

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The Rhode Island Greening is a dessert and baking favorite that was adored so much by Providence founder... Read More »

Golden Challah Bread | Best Cook

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At a Jewish day school in Northampton that her children attended, Simona Pozzetto was known as “the challah... Read More »

Grapefruit Pound Cake

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I can’t help but reach for the citrus during these long, gray February days. Grapefruit is in season... Read More »

Greek Recipes: Traditional Food from Generations Past

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One grandmother keeps a culture alive with Greek recipes from generations past. Sophia Sergentanis, my grandmother–my yiayiá–is standing... Read More »

Grill Up a Great Father’s Day

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Yankee gift ideas for Dad Moms and kids can make Father’s Day exciting this year by making Dad... Read More »

Growing Wheat in New England | Shops and Recipes

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Someone from, say, Kansas might laugh at the notion, but there was a time when Vermont merited the... Read More »

Halloween Recipes: Treats, No Tricks

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There are no tricks to making homemade Halloween treats with recipes from the Yankee database. You can start... Read More »

Hazel’s Jamaican Recipes | Best Cook

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My cousin George Odell moved to Jamaica in 1973 to teach math and came home four years later... Read More »

Hearty Casserole Recipes | Our Favorite Filling Dishes

Hearty Casserole Recipes | Our Favorite Filling Dishes

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Regardless of the occasion—the celebration of a new baby, a company party, or a church supper—casseroles are the... Read More »

Hill Country Treat

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Old-time Mainers know all about the Black Oxford, a native variety that ripens in mid- to late October.... Read More »

Holiday Appetizers Through the Decades | 1930s Potato Puff Balls

Holiday Appetizers Through the Decades | 1930s Potato Puff Balls

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Welcome to “Holiday Appetizers Through the Decades,” a special series celebrating over 75 years and 9 decades of... Read More »

Holiday Appetizers Through the Decades | 1940s Barbecue Cocktail Franks

Holiday Appetizers Through the Decades | 1940s Barbecue Cocktail Franks

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Welcome to “Holiday Appetizers Through the Decades,” a special series celebrating over 75 years and 9 decades of... Read More »

Holiday Appetizers Through the Decades | 1950s Dips for Chips

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The 1950′s was the poodle-skirt decade, marked by rock and roll music and the shift from radio to... Read More »