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July/August 2008 Issue Archive

‘Sunflowers for Wishes’

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“This is a good thing.” It’s a mantra Duane Button repeats often. When asked to explain what he... Read More »

10 Tomato Recipes

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Got tomatoes? Here are 10 tempting tomato recipes to make with your fresh garden produce. Don’t miss our... Read More »

25 People You Must Meet This Summer!

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If you love laughter, music, craftsmanship, ice cream, history, heart-stopping scenery, wooden boats, old trains, the best popcorn... Read More »

A Week in the Life of the Food Editor

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Racking up the miles and the calories is part and parcel of this job, and I confess: I... Read More »

Antiques: Store Signs

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Centuries before Nike introduced its signature swoosh, and Apple its nibbled pomme, the idea of branding — creating... Read More »

August Menu: Pasta Salad, Pizza

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Bonus Recipes from Mary Ann Esposito

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Make basil and prosciutto wraps and eggplant salad the way the famed chef of TV’s “Ciao Italia,” Mary... Read More »

Bruce Cloutier, Railroad Engineer, Bellows Falls, Vermont

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He got his first model train when he was 5; it was an American Flyer and he still... Read More »

Chef Frank McClelland Digs Local Ingredients

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“I grew up on a farm in New Hampshire,” says Frank McClelland, “so I couldn’t imagine not having... Read More »

Chuck and Nancy at Colby

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The Colby College Museum of Art started out in 1959 as one room in the Waterville, Maine, college’s... Read More »

Clambake on Prudence Island

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SLIDESHOW: Clambake Read more:Yankee‘s tips for a clambake Find a clambake company Nearly three decades ago, in October... Read More »

Clambake: A Classic New England Gathering

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Click to view the photos of the Day family clambake on Prudence Island in Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay,... Read More »

Clambakes in New England

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Want to sample outdoor-roasted clams and lobster but you’re lacking beachfront property and a burly crew? Check out... Read More »

Count Rumford: Inventor, Traitor

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, it is said, counted as the three most brilliant Americans Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, and... Read More »

David Coakley, Bartender, Cambridge, Massachusetts

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The perfect pint? “It takes patience and about three pours — at least four minutes,” says David Coakley.... Read More »

Dear Yankee

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On The Trail of Great Art Any compilation of “bests” is going to omit someone’s favorite. “Connecticut Is... Read More »

Del Christman, Dogman, Lowell, Massachusetts

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Dogman starts his howl at 6 p.m. That’s when Del Christman, minor-league baseball’s most recognizable hot-dog guy, puts... Read More »

Dick Pulsifer, Boat Builder, Brunswick, Maine

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To say Dick Pulsifer makes boats is to say Stradivari made fiddles. Every year for the past three... Read More »

Dick Vincent, Charter Fishing-Boat Captain, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

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Dick Vincent guarantees you’ll catch fish while out on his Flashy Lady — maybe bluefish, but probably large... Read More »

Easy Does It: Gazpacho

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Often referred to as “liquid salad,” gazpacho may be a vegetable’s best expression of summer. Its success (and... Read More »

Eben Horton, Glassblower, Wakefield, Rhode Island

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If Eben Horton minds the crowd of tourists, he doesn’t show it. His studio operates out of an... Read More »

Editor’s Letter to our Readers

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Usually I take this space to tell you about the stories inside our current issue. The feature “25... Read More »

Emilia Dahlin | Music Review

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From the opening licks of Emilia Dahlin’s “God Machine,” it’s clear that she’s something special. In a region... Read More »

Five Favorite New England Inns

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Finest Summer “Cottage” Inn at Shelburne Farms 1611 Harbor Road Shelburne, VT 802-985-8498 (inn) 802-985-8686 (farm) shelburnefarms.org As... Read More »

Fresh from Mary Ann Esposito’s Garden

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Read more: Mary Ann’s garden recipes Some men bring their wives a dozen long-stemmed roses when they want... Read More »

Fresh Gazpacho

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Get Rid of Chipmunks | Garden Solutions

Get Rid of Chipmunks | Garden Solutions

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Chipmunks are making their home in my flowerbeds. Can you suggest plants that they’ll avoid? — M.B., Nashua,... Read More »



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