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September/October 2008 Issue Archive

10 Apple Desserts

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Yankee‘s senior lifestyle editor, Amy Traverso, picked her favorite New England apples: Blue Pearmain, Black Oxford, Roxbury Russet,... Read More »

Antiques: Mourning Pictures

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I recently attended the wake of a colleague’s husband. It was made bittersweet by the fact that his... Read More »

Ashland, MA: John Stone Inn

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W.R.A.I.T.H. One of T.J.Tucker’s most interesting investigations was conducted at the John Stone Inn in Ashland, Massachusetts. “It... Read More »

Ask the Naturalist: Foliage

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This question isn’t as silly as it might sound at first. Unlike the orange and yellow pigments that... 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 »

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 »

Autumn Serving Tray | Autumn Crafts

Autumn Serving Tray | Autumn Crafts

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This fall-foliage-theme tray is perfect for serving coffee, cider, or breakfast in bed. You will need: 2 sheet... 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 »

Barry Clifford and the Whydah Discovery

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Shipwreck salvager and underwater archaeological adventurer Barry Clifford lives in Provincetown, Massachusetts. In 1984, following years of dogged... 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 »

Berries and Wild Apples

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By Francie Von Mertens Peterborough Berry picking lures me out, adding a sense of productivity to my wanderings.... Read More »

Best Cook: Pickling Recipes

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Verna Soini’s plump hands are stained red from the beets she’s peeling as she prepares her favorite relish.... Read More »

Book Review | ‘Go With Me’

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Audio: Vermont author Castle Freeman Jr. reads from Go With Me. Listen now. Every September, when the latest... Read More »

Brown University: Van Wickle Gates

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A massive set of iron gates guards the western flank of the College Green at Brown University in... Read More »

Butternut Squash

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All over New England, at farm stands, groceries, and local markets, September’s crisp air ushers in an annual... Read More »

Codville, ME: Cemetery

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Bangor Ghost Hunters Association Another memorable case was held at a cemetery in Codville, Maine. According to Harold... Read More »

Corn, Beans, Squash — Planted Together

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Squash, indigenous to Mesoamerica, has been around for at least 5,000 years. The ancient civilizations of these regions... Read More »

Crunchy Pumpkin Seeds

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Dear Yankee

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Nature’s Own Carpet Your brief piece on diverse vs. monoculture lawns ["Ask the Naturalist," July/August 2008, p. 30]... Read More »

Defense of the Norway maple

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I live in a small house with many windows. From mid-October to Thanksgiving, the front and sides bathe... Read More »

Dining in Monadnock Region

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Dublin Art Colony Open Studio Tour

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By Polly Bannister Senior Home Editor, Yankee Magazine One of our fall highlights is the annual Monadnock Art/Friends... Read More »

Dublin: Countryhouse Corner

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By Lesley Ladebauche, a reader Regarding your latest issue — several of us were shocked that you did... Read More »

Eat, Stay, Shop in Monadnock Region

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What’s your pleasure? A picnic atop a mountain or a packed lunch for your canoe — or maybe... Read More »

Fall Activities in New England | 15 Fun Things to Do During Foliage Season

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Looking for fun fall activities in New England? Use this list of 15 ways to celebrate the foliage... Read More »

Fall Picnic | Where to Go for a Foliage View

Fall Picnic | Where to Go for a Foliage View

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Want to plan the perfect fall picnic? We’ll tell you where to buy the basket, fill it, and... Read More »



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