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Best 5: Eco Shops

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Yankee contributor Christie Matheson, author of Green Chic: Saving the Earth in Style (Sourcebooks, 2008; $12.95), goes shopping... Read More »

Best 5: Holiday Pies

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When you need a rest from holiday cooking, why not buy a homemade pie? These five New England... Read More »

Best 5: Ski Cruisers

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Ben Hewitt is SKIING magazine’s Eastern editor and a devotee of winter sun, soft snow, and freshly groomed... Read More »

Best Chocolate Shops in New England

Best Chocolate Shops in New England

6 votes, 3.83 avg. rating (76% score)

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

Best Cook: Star-Spangled Berry Pie

1 vote, 5.00 avg. rating (89% score)

Helene Harbage’s fingers nimbly pick over the quart of raspberries, selecting only the plumpest, most perfect of the... Read More »

Best Cook: World Champion Chili

6 votes, 4.17 avg. rating (82% score)

Jerry Buma, the 2007 International Chili Society World’s Champion, lives in Northbridge, Massachusetts, in a house his grandfather... Read More »

Best Historic Inn Criteria

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

Best Holiday Craft Fairs in New England

5 votes, 3.80 avg. rating (76% score)

Holiday craft fairs fill the weekends between Halloween and Christmas at churches, community centers, schools, and function halls... Read More »

Best New England Food | Where to Go

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Video: See Yankee food editor Annie B. Copps discuss some of these best food places on NECN’s “TV... 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 »

Best Tea Houses in New England | We Choose the Top 5

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We asked freelance writer and tea blogger (teapages.blogspot.com) Katrina Avila Munichiello to take a break from developing her... Read More »

Best Wood Heater You’ll Find Anywhere

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For efficient, comfortable, and clean-burning wood heat, a masonry heater is the answer. The concept’s not new —... Read More »

Bishop’s Homemade

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The specialty of this big house is a particular New England favorite: Grape-Nut ice cream, complete with crunchy... Read More »

Blue Dye

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Shred half of a large red cabbage and combine with the base. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat... Read More »

Blueberries | Uses and Recipes

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Wild or cultivated, blueberries hold a seasonal joy all their own. Whether you pick them yourself or buy... Read More »

Bobby’s Burger Palace

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We like that celebrity chef Bobby Flay appreciates a simple, good burger enough to open a palace of... Read More »

Bolton, MA: Suzy Becker

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Think back for a moment to 1989 and the world that was unfolding around AIDS and HIV. Medical... Read More »

Book Review: Jaws: Memories From Martha’s Vineyard

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In this era when “Director’s Cuts” and “Special Edition DVD Sets” never turn out to be all that... Read More »

Boston, MA: Kara Rainey

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In October 2005 Kara Rainey returned home to Roslindale, Massachusetts, from three weeks in New Orleans, where she’d... Read More »

Bound Brook Island

6 votes, 2.33 avg. rating (51% score)

This easy walk is in Wellfleet. Turn off Route 6 onto Pamet Point Road, next to the gas... Read More »

Branford

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WHERE TO EAT Foe American bistro in an elegant, casual setting. Don’t miss the seafood succotash and crab-cake-... Read More »

Breakfast Recipes from Maine Innkeepers

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Read more: Bonus Recipes from Innkeepers Half the charm of a night spent at a cozy inn or... Read More »

Brick Farm Ice Cream

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The Good Humor Man is alive and well and living in East Unity, New Hampshire. On an old... Read More »

Brown Dye

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Combine 4 tablespoons of ground coffee with the base and stir well. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat... Read More »

Burger Bar & Bistro

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The chefs grind their organic beef in house, and their basic burger on a big, soft bun is... Read More »

Cabbage Plants

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Tips for growing cabbage: To keep cabbage heads from cracking as a result of excess water absorption, perform... Read More »

Cabot Creamery

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This nearly 100-year-old co-op buys milk from more than 1,200 dairy farms all over New England and upstate... Read More »



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