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Fillets of Cod Cape Ann-Style

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New Hampshire’s Finest Scramble

New Hampshire’s Finest Scramble

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Belgian-Style Pork Carbonnade

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This hearty beer-and-onion stew is a national dish of Belgium. It was very fashionable in the United States... View Recipe »

French-Toast Bread Pudding with Rum-Spiked Maple-Toffee Sauce

French-Toast Bread Pudding with Rum-Spiked Maple-Toffee Sauce

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Maple adds a wonderful dimension to this already-delicious French-Toast Bread Pudding, made even richer by the addictive toffee... View Recipe »

Maple-Pecan Oat Pancakes

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These pancakes, made with oats and buttermilk, are surprisingly light. The maple syrup and pecans add an amazing... View Recipe »

Maine Shrimp Toasts with Romesco Sauce

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Tiny, sweet North Atlantic shrimp are a winter-only treat, with a season that usually begins in January and... View Recipe »

Monkfish Fra Diavolo with Spaghetti

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Monkfish is called "the poor man's lobster," thanks to the firm, sweet flesh of its tail. (The head... View Recipe »

Nina’s Brodo di Pesce

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Nina Groppo is a member of the Gloucester Fishermen's Wives and a cook so esteemed that when food... View Recipe »

Spiced Basmati Rice with Vegetables

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Spicy Chickpeas

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Maine Diner Indian Pudding

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Adapted from winter 2007 issue of The Maine Event, the Maine Diner newsletter; this recipe was handed down... View Recipe »

Tom Collins for Four

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This refreshing late-1800s cocktail from Old New York is a perfect summer sipper for a group. View Recipe »

Cider-Sage Gravy

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Creamy Spaghetti Torte With Bacon

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This recipe was the third prize winner in the 2012 Bacon Recipe Contest, as featured in The 2012... View Recipe »

Bacon, Italian Sausage, and Bean Soup

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This recipe was the second prize winner in the 2012 Bacon Recipe Contest, as featured in The 2012... View Recipe »

Spicy Bacon Pizza With Caramelized Onions and Blue Cheese

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This recipe was the first prize winner in the 2012 Bacon Recipe Contest, as featured in The 2012... View Recipe »

Old-Fashioned Grape-Nut Pudding

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America went mad for breakfast cereals in the late 1800s, when the Kellogg brothers founded the Battle Creek... View Recipe »

Chestnut Cream

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This recipe was a 1959 contribution by a reader named Mrs. Pauline McConnell, who wrote, "I wish someone... View Recipe »

Lingonberry Pancakes

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Interest in Scandinavian culture, design, and cooking ran high in the 1960s, and these crepe-like pancakes filled with... View Recipe »

Swedish Meatballs

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The 1950s and 1960s saw a love of all things Nordic: Dansk tableware, Danish furniture, and Scandinavian food... View Recipe »

Turkey Tetrazzini

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Squash Gratin with Garlic & Rosemary

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Mac-and-cheese--essentially a gratin made with pasta --is one of America's favorite foods. So why not sweet butternut squash... View Recipe »

Lobster Bisque

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A lobster could hardly hope to meet a more glorious end--this lobster bisque is a wonderful way to... View Recipe »

Lentil Soup with Ham

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This soup needs a bit of simmering time, which makes it a perfect choice for Sunday lunch or... View Recipe »

Watercress Soup

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The peppery flavor of watercress is complemented by the warming qualities of fresh ginger root. It brings a... View Recipe »

Chestnut Soup with Bacon

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Chestnut soup, chestnut dressing, chestnut desserts--all remind us of the British roots of many traditional Yankee favorites. Make... View Recipe »

Almond Soup

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The almond has been a treasured ingredient as long as recorded history. It played an important role in... View Recipe »

Real Cream of Mushroom Soup

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Here's the soup that inspired the Campbell's classic. Cream of mushroom soup was wildly popular in the early... View Recipe »



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