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July/August 2011 Issue Archive

2011 Spring Photo Contest Winner

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Salty at the Nantucket Daffodil Festival by Charlotte Carey Photography When we first looked at this shot, the... Read More »

A Tale of Two Pickles

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I’m haunted by a pickle. The kitchen shelves glimmer with jars of homemade preserves after a summer’s worth... Read More »

Best New England Farmers’ Markets | Honorable Mentions

Best New England Farmers’ Markets | Honorable Mentions

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The rest of the best – Christine Chitnis gives honorable mentions to the following New England Farmers’ Markets.... Read More »

Book Review | Passages of H. M.

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In April 24, 1895, Captain Joshua Slocum set sail from Boston, Massachusetts, in a 37-foot sloop he called... Read More »

Braised Eggplant with Onion & Tomato

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Buttermilk Panna Cotta with Honey-Poached Peaches

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Call of the Wild: Loons

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The haunting cry of the common loon is vanishing from many New England waters. Whether we hear it... Read More »

Canning Safety Tips

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Follow these instructions to safely can your summer harvest at home. Use only clean, perfect glass canning jars... Read More »

Coronation Chicken and Summer Pudding | Recipes from the Best Cook

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In Italy, she watched the waiter slipping a peach from its skin before her 8-year-old eyes… In Portugal,... Read More »

Counter Point

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“The regulars sit at the counter. They come in between 8:00 and 9:00, and they talk about politics... Read More »

Crème Fraîche-Blueberry Ice Cream

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Curried Cabbage with Cashews

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Dinners at the Farm: Celebrating the Land

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On summer evenings in Connecticut, a farmer’s field transforms into an elegant harvest-to-plate dining experience. “To work all... Read More »

DIY: Install a Colorful Stair Runner

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When we moved into our charming, century-old, Providence home, there were several changes that I wanted to make.... Read More »

Field of Her Own: Organic Farmer Tracie Smith

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A typical workday for Tracie Smith, an organic-vegetable farmer in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire, is a long one. Weeding,... Read More »

Fresh Salsa

Fresh Salsa

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Green-Bean Salad

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Home: The Evolution of Bachelor Hall

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What’s unique about an old house is its history: who owned it, how they lived, the spirit they... Read More »

House for Sale: A Little Bit of England in Vermont

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Let’s begin with the kitchen. No, it’s not the biggest we’ve been in, not even close. But how... Read More »

Inside South County’s History

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Within earshot of the surf along Narragansett Town Beach sits a burnished little gem of a museum that... Read More »

International Cryptozoology Museum | Only in New England

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There’s nothing more persuasive than a skeptical believer. Of course, Loren Coleman, founder of the International Cryptozoology Museum... Read More »

Knowledge & Wisdom: Fish Tips

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If you want to do better than the others in your boat, sit in the back; the person... Read More »

Knowledge & Wisdom: How to Build a Backyard Pond

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For more than 25 years, Tim Matson of Strafford, Vermont, has designed ponds for clients around northern New... Read More »

Lemon & Garlic Quinoa Salad

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Lobster Trivia | New England by the Numbers

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25 number of times a lobster sheds its shell during the first five years of life 98 estimated... Read More »

Make a Custom Stencil

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Stencils, mainly in the form of adhesive wall stencils (really more like stickers), have become all the rage... Read More »

Make a Seashell Planter | Inspired Ideas

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Here’s a way to keep oceanside memories close even when you’re landlocked: Make a seashell planter using a... Read More »



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