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Another Recipe from the Turnip King

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There is no end to the delightful ways that Massachusetts turnip king Geoffrey Antoine can use his favorite... Read More »

Apple Recipes

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Yankee food editor Annie B. Copps assesses New England’s apples this way — Honeycrisps are my personal favorite... Read More »

Architectural Salvage Resources | Find a Location Near You

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A sampling of architectural-salvage resources around New England. CONNECTICUT SALVAGE Irreplaceable Artifacts Middletown, CT 860-344-8576 irreplaceableartifacts.com The Old... Read More »

Audio Tour: Memorial Hall Museum, Deerfield, MA

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Take a room-by-room tour of New England history with assistant editor Justin Shatwell as he visits Memorial Hall... Read More »

AUDIO: Andrea Phillips Interview

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MORE: Yankee‘s interview with Captain Richard Phillips Audio Interview: Captain Phillips _________ Captain Richard Phillips jokes that his... Read More »

Audio: Annie B. Copps on WNPR’s Food Schmooze

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Listen in as WNPR’s Faith Middleton discusses Yankee Magazine’s Best New England Recipes with Yankee‘s food editor Annie... Read More »

AUDIO: Captain Richard Phillips

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MORE: Yankee‘s interview with Captain Richard Phillips AUDIO Interview: Andrea Phillips _________ In April 2009, the world watched... Read More »

Audio: Mel Allen talks about Fall Yankee

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Editor Mel Allen talks to radio show, the Frugal Yankee, about how the fall 2008 issue was created... Read More »

AUDIO: Mel Allen’s Winter Tips

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Yankee‘s editor Mel Allen talks with the “Frugal Yankee” on having fun in winter, not just surviving, but... Read More »

Autumn Serving Tray

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This fall-foliage-theme tray from Matthew Mead is perfect for serving coffee, cider, or breakfast in bed. Click here... Read More »

Avoiding Frauds and Scams

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Below is a selection of online information sources that can help you avoid being swindled by unscrupulous businesspeople... Read More »

Baking with Turnips and Carrots

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Root vegetables — turnips, onions, parsnips, potatoes — can last for months if stored properly. A cool, dark,... Read More »

Bangor Ghost Hunters Association

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Greenbush, Maine Harold Murray, director bangormaineghosthuntersassociation.com Harold Murray had a paranormal experience when he was young, but that... Read More »

Basic Canning Tips

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1. Use only clean, perfect canning jars (no nicks or cracks). You may reuse jars, but always use... Read More »

Beet Recipes

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Beets are both delicious and nutritious. Try these recipes or visit our recipes page for more ways to... Read More »

Berkshire County Travel Resources | Dining, Lodging & Attractions

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Berkshire Bound A sampling of additional destinations around Berkshire County … For seasonal schedules and pricing, call ahead... Read More »

Best 18th-Century Inns: 7 Runners-Up

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When you travel many hundreds of miles in search of the best old inns in New England, it’s... Read More »

Best Chocolate Shops in New England

Best Chocolate Shops in New England

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We know it’s more than a bit hackneyed to say, but choosing the top chocolate makers in New... Read More »

Best Cinemas and Theaters in New England | Honorable Mentions

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Garen Daly’s five honorable mentions for Best Cinemas and Theaters in New England. BANTAM CINEMA 115 Bantam Lake... Read More »

Best Cook’s Best Recipes

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Yankee‘s September/October Best Cook Teresa Scenna brought her Italian cooking style with her when she and her husband... Read More »

Best Cook’s Muffins

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This Apple Gingerbread Muffin recipe comes from our September/October 2007 Best Cook, Cheryl Wixson. We hope you enjoy... Read More »

Best Cook: Italian Pot Roast Recipe

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Courtney Hunter of Jamestown, RI, Best Cook for March/April 2008, learned to cook in Italy and it shows... Read More »

Best Cook: Trail Lunches

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New Hampshire hiker Jan Duprey makes trail lunches a treat with a trusty potato salad and balsamic vinaigrette... Read More »

Best Cookie Recipes from the Best Cook

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Nori Odoi’s Christmas Cookie Guidelines 1. Cookies should last well (shortbread stays fresh for weeks). 2. Cookies should... Read More »

Best Historic Inn Rating Criteria

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Choices, Choices. How did we choose our “bests” from all of the notable 18th-century lodgings in New England?... Read More »

Best New England Farmers’ Markets: Honorable Mentions

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Burlington Farmers’ Market City Hall Park Burlington, VT Saturday 8:30am-2pm, May-October www.burlingtonfarmersmarket.org Portsmouth Farmers’ Market City Hall 1... Read More »

Best Spring Flower Festivals in New England

Best Spring Flower Festivals in New England

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Nothing says spring like the first blossoms of the season. The bright colors which sprout from every tree... Read More »