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Food Trails: New England’s Culinary Legacies

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All roads in New England lead to great eating, but our six states and the regions within them... Read More »

Food, Shopping, and Fun in Harvard Square

Harvard Square in Cambridge is one of Boston’s top tourist destination spots, home to Harvard University and dozens... Read More »

Foraging for Beach Plums

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Jason Bond is striking out. Leading a small team through the dunes in Westport, Massachusetts, cluster-bombed by mosquitoes... Read More »

French Canadian Meat Pie | Recipe from This Issue’s Best Cook

French Canadian Meat Pie | Recipe from This Issue’s Best Cook

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“Moose” (Raymond) Despres had his first meat pie when he was 4 years old. That would be as... Read More »

French Toast

French Toast

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What could be simpler? A few eggs, some old bread, and maple syrup — voila! Yes, French toast.... Read More »

Fresh Basil Dip | An Easy Recipe for Friends

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I have written about my friend Maria Elena before—in a previous blog she graciously shared her recipe for... Read More »

From Butter to Wine

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My friend Rebecca left a voice mail this week asking how long eggs and butter can stay out... Read More »

Golden Challah Bread | Best Cook

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At a Jewish day school in Northampton that her children attended, Simona Pozzetto was known as “the challah... Read More »

Growing Wheat in New England | Shops and Recipes

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Someone from, say, Kansas might laugh at the notion, but there was a time when Vermont merited the... Read More »

Hazel’s Jamaican Recipes | Best Cook

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My cousin George Odell moved to Jamaica in 1973 to teach math and came home four years later... Read More »

Holiday Appetizers Through the Decades | 1950s Dips for Chips

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The 1950’s was the poodle-skirt decade, marked by rock and roll music and the shift from radio to... Read More »

Holiday Cookie Exchange: 25 Years Later

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Sometime around Thanksgiving, Mary Bevilacqua starts thinking about the Exchange. She decides whom she’ll invite and sends out... Read More »

Homegrown: Free-Range Turkey

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Just in time for another jam-packed holiday season, supermarket shelves are lined with big, fat turkeys. You could... Read More »

Homegrown: Matunuck Oysters

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Think you know New England shellfish? These gems from Little Rhody are a new reason to savor the... Read More »

How to Skin a Tomato

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There’s more than one way to skin a tomato… The quickest and easiest way we know of, this... Read More »

Italian Food Recipes from the Best Cook

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Teresa D’Angelo was 7 years old when the German army stormed her home village of Orsogna in Abruzzo,... Read More »

June Menu: Pork Kabobs and Rhubarb Pie

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The June menu features cold strawberry soup and pork kabobs. Save room for rhubarb pie! Want a dozen... Read More »

Kale Recipes | This Leafy Green is Delicious and Nutritious

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Not only does kale pack a nutritional punch, it’s delicious, too. Add more of this leafy green into... Read More »

Local Maine Food Resources

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Read about the five Portland chefs who use these resources in their food preparation. Listen in as Annie... Read More »

Looking for Real New England Food?

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Eateries that offer old-fashioned New England foods can be as modest as a roadside diner or as fancy... Read More »

Macaroni and Cheese | Easy Does It

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Most people enjoy macaroni and cheese just like their mom made. For some, that means a custard-based sauce;... Read More »

Maple Cornbread

Maple Cornbread

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When I was growing up we had a hen house with four hens. I am not sure why... Read More »

Maple Syrup Recipes | Best Cook

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Maple means many things to Marcia Maynard. Maple means the tall trees that surround her house high on... Read More »

Marinated Mozzarella Balls

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Some appetizers are a toothpick above the rest — popular year-round and easy to prepare. Marinated mozzarella balls... Read More »

Matunuck Oyster Harvest | Slide Show

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Join photographer Julie Bidwell as she spends a cold winter day harvesting oysters with Perry Raso of Matunuck... Read More »

Michelle Obama’s Recipe for Apple Cobbler

54 votes, 3.70 avg. rating (74% score)

“Bake at 300 for up to 3 hours — that’s what makes the crust flaky, like Barack likes... Read More »

New England Boiled Dinner

New England Boiled Dinner

6 votes, 4.17 avg. rating (82% score)

When it comes to eating real food, we’ve got the plainest, squarest,  and most wonderful meat and potatoes... Read More »

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