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Best Cook: World Champion Chili

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Jerry Buma, the 2007 International Chili Society World’s Champion, lives in Northbridge, Massachusetts, in a house his grandfather... Read More »

Brandon’s Menu

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First Courses Panzanella Tomatoes, Red Onion, Garlic Focaccia, Frisee and Balsamic Vinaigrette $9 Soupe de Crouset Chicken, Fresh... Read More »

Bratwursts

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This is an approximation of a recipe for bratwurst that my dear friend Dr. B made for his... Read More »

Breakfast Recipes from Maine Innkeepers

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Read more: Bonus Recipes from Innkeepers Half the charm of a night spent at a cozy inn or... Read More »

Bringing Home the Cheese

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Vermont leads the region with small family operations producing world-class cheeses. We are particularly enamored with the following.... Read More »

Brunch to Welcome Spring

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Faith Middleton and Fern Berman know they’re pushing the season, but after weeks of short days and shades... Read More »

Butternut Squash

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All over New England, at farm stands, groceries, and local markets, September’s crisp air ushers in an annual... Read More »

Chanukah: Latkes

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Latkes play an important role in traditional Chanukah celebrations not just because they taste so good — it’s... Read More »

Chef for a Day

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Even if you can’t commit to a full-time program, you, too, can hone your culinary expertise as you... 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 »

Chicken Soup: An International Favorite

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Noodle around with different pasta shapes. Your little ones will love pastina or alphabet-shaped pasta (no need to... Read More »

Choosing and Storing Winter Squash

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Winter squash may be stored for as long as three to six months, depending on the variety, but... Read More »

Clambake: Feasting, New England-Style

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Rhode Island claims proudly that it’s the rightful home of the old-fashioned New England clambake, featuring lobsters, clams,... Read More »

Comfort Food and Family in Vermont

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Heath Robbins makes his living as a photographer. He is the man we turn to (as do many... Read More »

Comfort Food Recipes

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So much more than just fuel for our bodies, comfort food can also give great pleasure and solace.... Read More »

Connecticut Dining by the Water

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Old Lyme got its start as a maritime village–it was originally part of neighboring Saybrook’s shipping colony–and later... Read More »

Cook Dandelion Greens

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Melting snows predict the end of winter, but only the appearance of the first spring greens finally confirms... Read More »

Cookbook: Everyday Recipes

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Where do you find more than 400 recipes and tons of tips that you will use in the... Read More »

Cookbooks: Bread

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Read more: Breads of New England VIDEO: How to Make Irish Soda Bread VIDEO: Making Potato Bread More... Read More »

Cooking 101

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If you want to be a chef — and these days, it seems nearly everyone does — you’ve... Read More »

Cooking with the Family

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I spent the weekend with my nephew and nieces, six-year-old James being the eldest, followed by Kiley at... Read More »

Cranberry Recipes

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Cranberries have a storied New England history: Native Americans are said to have combined dried cranberries, meat, and... Read More »

Cultural Neighborhoods of New England

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POLISH, Broad Street, New Britain, CT Within just a few blocks, you can eat lunch, shop for groceries,... Read More »

December Menu: Boeuf Bourguigon

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Easy Does It : Poached Pears

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Ah, the poached pear … Just saying it aloud is an elegant adventure for the mouth. And as... Read More »

Easy Does It: Cake Roll

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I once worked in a test kitchen. The minute the kids were back in school, the telephones started... Read More »

Easy Does It: Macaroni and Cheese

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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 »



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