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September/October 2010 Issue Archive

75 years of Yankee

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$50 weekly salary paid to Yankee‘s new assistant editor (now editor-in-chief), Judson Hale, in 1958 267 number of... Read More »

Jeopardy! Features Yankee Magazine as a Category on September 17th

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Yankee Magazine will be a category on Jeopardy!, the most honored quiz show in television history, on Friday,... Read More »

A Bang for Your Buck in the Berkshires | How New England Can Change the World

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How New England Can Save the World, Part IIII in a series Part I: 2011 Biathalon World Cup:... Read More »

A Night of Jazz | Mary’s Farm

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A thin breeze blew up off the lake as I parked in front of the old manse. It... Read More »

Antiques: Heywood-Wakefield Furniture

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Sometimes I fear that modern-day Americans are like hothouse flowers: big, bold, beautiful, yet too fragile to survive... 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 »

Beets | Favorite Recipe for This Nutritional Root Vegetable

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At a recent farm-to-table dinner at the Gibbet Hill Grill in Groton, Massachusetts, I found myself in deep... Read More »

Best Cook In Town: To Be a Locavore

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Beth Richardson scoops peach and hot-pepper salsa out of a mason jar and into a small bowl and... Read More »

Blueberry Almond Tart

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Blueberry Jam

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Book Review: Turn & Jump

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We all know what time is, but when called on to define it, we can’t. Benjamin Franklin said... Read More »

Clam Chowder (2008)

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Club Passim in Cambridge, Massachusetts | Local Treasure

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Before Anaïs Mitchell can take the stage, Matt Smith, manager of Club Passim in Cambridge, Massachusetts, takes the... Read More »

Creamed Corn

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Creamed Corn

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Deviled Oysters (1949)

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Enjoying the Bounty of CSAs

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We’re big on CSAs here at Yankee headquarters, and of course right now the good earth is still... Read More »

Fire-Roasted Pickled Sweet Bell Peppers

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Flavoricious

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Different apples deliver different tastes. Take the Granite Beauty (above), a New Hampshire variety that serves up a... Read More »

Here in New England: My First Day

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I wanted to be early for my first day on the job at Yankee Magazine, so I came... Read More »

History: Hard Cider in New England

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Before we had widespread refrigeration, before anyone needed to make a distinction between “sweet” and “hard” cider, all... Read More »

House for Sale: Everybody Loves a Waterfall …

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We didn’t immediately see the falls as we pulled off Route 14 into an ample parking area next... Read More »

House Redux: Yankee Magazine’s Original House for Sale

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Read the Original House for Sale article It all started with a crooked-looking bay window in 1999. More... Read More »

How Do You Become a Big Bird? | The Big Question

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Carroll Spinney is not Big Bird or Oscar the Grouch: “I just get to bring them to life,”... Read More »

How New England Are You?

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75 Things Every New Englander Should Do … Here’s a life list for anyone who loves the region,... Read More »

In Review: ‘Gimme a Wimpy Burger and Paint it Red’

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In diner lingo, a “splash of red noise” is tomato soup, and “burn the British” is a toasted... Read More »

Inside Yankee: Looking Back, Looking Ahead

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I came to Yankee 31 years ago this October, and even then the magazine was so ingrained in... Read More »



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