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Homegrown: Sea Salt

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All culinary salts–edible minerals buried in rock deposits or dissolved in the ocean–are fundamentally the same compound of... Read More »

Homegrown: Smelts

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More fish dishes: Seafood Recipes Starting off with a big word I rarely use, rainbow smelts are anadromous,... Read More »

Homegrown: These Shrimp Are Real Shrimps

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They begin their chilly journey as year-old boy shrimp, trekking from inshore waters out into the cold Atlantic.... Read More »

Homemade Cherry Devil’s Food Cake

Homemade Cherry Devil’s Food Cake

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Cherries and chocolate make for one sweet pairing, and look as pretty as they are delicious to eat... Read More »

Homemade Ice Cream | Tips from Ice Cream Guru Gus Rancatore

Homemade Ice Cream | Tips from Ice Cream Guru Gus Rancatore

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For more than 30 years Gus Rancatore has served up ice cream flavors, from bourbon black pepper to... 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 »

Homemade Turtle Candy | Easy Valentine

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For kids, Valentine’s Day isn’t about roses or European-made chocolates. It’s a day to carefully choose which paper... Read More »

Hood Holiday Party Guide

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When it comes to throwing a great party, planning is key. The more thorough your party preparation, the... Read More »

Hoodsie Cups | The Classic New England Ice Cream Treat

Hoodsie Cups | The Classic New England Ice Cream Treat

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Here in New England, the Hoodsie Cup has been the saving grace of those who can’t decide between... Read More »

Hot & Heavy

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The hotter the fire, the better, says Morse, who recommends soft-wood slabs to feed the flames. “Simmering is... Read More »

How Do You Make Sour Cream? | Yankee Kitchen

How Do You Make Sour Cream? | Yankee Kitchen

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I have many recipes that call for sour cream. Is this cream that has been soured or the... Read More »

How the Pickiest Pick Produce

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Of course, today’s supermarkets have already narrowed your fresh fruit and vegetable choices for you—and you don’t have... Read More »

How to Carve a Turkey | Knowledge & Wisdom

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We all know how the story goes: A perfect-looking bird comes out of the oven, and a less-than-perfect-looking... Read More »

How To Chill Wine Quickly | Yankee Kitchen

How To Chill Wine Quickly | Yankee Kitchen

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  Can you tell me how to chill wine quickly? Sticking the bottle of white in a bucket... Read More »

How to Cook Asparagus | Yankee Kitchen

How to Cook Asparagus | Yankee Kitchen

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Q: My mother taught me how to cook asparagus by boiling it for half an hour or so... Read More »

How to Cook Pumpkin Seeds | Instructions and Recipes

How to Cook Pumpkin Seeds | Instructions and Recipes

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This time of year, they’re everywhere — porches, benches, table settings, windows, sidewalks, farm stands, and grocery stores.... Read More »

How to Freeze Basil | Yankee Kitchen

How to Freeze Basil | Yankee Kitchen

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  Other than pesto, is there a way to store or preserve fresh basil without it turning brown,... Read More »

How to Freeze Shrimp | Yankee Kitchen

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  How to Freeze Cooked Shrimp If you want to freeze shrimp that has been cooked, pick the... Read More »

How to Make a Gingerbread House | Expert Advice

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If you’ve never attempted to make a gingerbread house before, MaryJane Robbins has some words of advice: It... Read More »

How to Season a Cast-Iron Pan | Yankee Kitchen

How to Season a Cast-Iron Pan | Yankee Kitchen

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I finally received the cast-iron pan I’ve been asking for! However, it’s silver-gray, and food sticks to it.... Read More »

How to Shuck Oysters | Yankee Kitchen

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The key to shucking oysters at home may be leverage, but you also want to make sure the... Read More »

How to Skin a Tomato

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There’s more than one way to skin a tomato… The quickest and easiest way we know of, this... Read More »

How to Steam Lobster | Expert Advice

How to Steam Lobster | Expert Advice

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Bertha Nunan, wife of a longtime lobsterman, shared her recipe with Yankee more than 30 years ago, in... Read More »

How to Store Vegetables in a Root Cellar

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From Yankee Magazine, October 1975 Cut off the tops of vegetables to within 1 inch of the crown.... Read More »

How to Sugar on a Shoestring

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Maple sugaring, as Burr Morse will tell you, doesn’t require fancy stainless-steel boilers and gravity-fed tubing–simple firepits and... Read More »

How to Tell if a Lobster is Fresh | Yankee Kitchen

How to Tell if a Lobster is Fresh | Yankee Kitchen

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The best way to tell “fresh” among live lobsters is to look for the liveliest. They get lethargic... Read More »

How to Win a Cooking Contest

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Here are some tips from Mary Blenk: Don’t be intimidated. You have to just jump in. Enter often... Read More »



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