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March/April 2007 Issue Archive

A Letter to Our Readers

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What an extraordinary group of subscribers you are. In this issue, we have a nifty piece about Red... Read More »

Adoption Resources in New England

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More than 6 million Americans are adoptees; surveys indicate that at least half of them search for a... Read More »

Angel Food Cake

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The name alone evokes images of floating clouds and winged celestial beings offering sweet gifts from the oven.... Read More »

Angel Food Cake

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Baby Boy #3331: An Adoption Story

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Dear Rosalie, It has taken me almost 40 years to finally ask about you. For years now, I’ve... Read More »

Best Cook: Greek Food

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Home for Max and Maria Hatziiliades is a slate-roofed brick house on a corner lot in Belmont, Massachusetts... Read More »

Blossoms & Botticelli at the Museum of Fine Arts

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Art in bloom is the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston’s annual tradition of pairing floral displays with the... Read More »

Book Review: Nineteen Minutes

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There must be something about our long wait for spring that inspires Granite State authors to write crime... Read More »

Brandon’s Menu

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First Courses Panzanella Tomatoes, Red Onion, Garlic Focaccia, Frisee and Balsamic Vinaigrette $9 Soupe de Crouset Chicken, Fresh... Read More »

Bronze Bells

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Richard Fisher’s bronze bells are designed to withstand the elements and to provide a beautiful ring; the bigger... Read More »

Brunch to Welcome Spring

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Faith Middleton and Fern Berman know they’re pushing the season, but after weeks of short days and shades... Read More »

Challah

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Chef for a Day

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Even if you can’t commit to a full-time program, you, too, can hone your culinary expertise as you... Read More »

Cooking 101

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If you want to be a chef — and these days, it seems nearly everyone does — you’ve... Read More »

Create a Moss Garden

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Here are Christine’s tips for transplanting her beloved bryophytes: Never take moss from private property or nature preserves;... Read More »

Dear Yankee

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‘We Don’t Like the Changes’ I’m very disappointed with Yankee‘s changes. I preferred the smaller format, which was... Read More »

Eli Whitney’s Cotton Gin

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Schoolchildren know Eli Whitney’s cotton gin as one of the most influential inventions in American history and an... Read More »

Food for Thought

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See also Cooking 101. There are probably as many ways to get a culinary education as there are... Read More »

Garlicky Eggplant Appetizer

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Glass Hummingbird Feeder

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It’s the time of year when hummingbirds return from Mexico and Central America. Attract them to your backyard... Read More »

Granola

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Hammer Coat Hooks | Home Projects

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Project: Entryway Hammer Coat Hooks Phil Kaplan, a successful Portland, Maine, architect, and his wife, Masey, a graphic... Read More »

Hammock Furniture

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Husband-and-wife designers Gordon and Nancy Kittridge make original hammock furniture, both stylish and comfortable. “The twisted rope, cotton... Read More »

Hartford, Connecticut: Parlor Memorial

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Wadsworth Atheneum, Museum of Art, Hartford, Connecticut Hurting economically at the outset of the Civil War, the small... Read More »

House For Sale: Cape Cod, Massaschusetts

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If you answer yes to the following 10 questions, then do we ever have a Cape Cod gem... Read More »

Keep Wood Floors Clean and Shiny

Keep Wood Floors Clean and Shiny

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Between the mud of March and the showers of April, how do I keep  wood floors clean and... Read More »

Kourambiedes

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