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Massachusetts Dining by the Water

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Through some magic of architecture, the dining room at The Red Inn promotes the illusion of floating, like... Read More »

Matt Jennings — Providence, RI

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Farmstead, La Laiterie, and Farmstead Lunch Providence, Rhode Island farmsteadinc.com “By the time the first ingredients start poking... Read More »

Melissa Kelly — Rockland, ME

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Primo Rockland, Maine primorestaurant.com “Anything. Anything. Anything green,” says Melissa Kelly. “It’s such a relief and a release... Read More »

Michel Nischan — Westport, CT

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Dressing Room Westport, Connecticut dressingroomhomegrown.com Chef Michel Nischan spends much of his time promoting local food systems and... Read More »

Mix Café & Bakery, Jeffersonville, Vermont

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The first thing that hits you as you walk into this sunny spot in the tiny village of... Read More »

Mock Margarita Bars for Cinco de Mayo

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Cinco de Mayo (5th of May) is a day that commemorates the 1862 victory of a small Mexican... Read More »

More Vegetable Choices

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Ripe tomatoes seem to be the common denominator in most versions of gazpacho, but tomatoes weren’t in the... Read More »

Morse’s Kraut House, North Waldoboro, Maine

Morse’s Kraut House, North Waldoboro, Maine

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German-food fans have been making pilgrimages to Virgil Morse’s farm since he began selling fresh sauerkraut in 1918.... Read More »

New Cookbooks We Love

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If you look forward to Yankee‘s “Food” section each issue, you probably love trying new recipes. Great cookbooks... Read More »

New England Butter

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In New England, butter is a special year-round gift whose taste and texture vary magically with the cycle... Read More »

New England Cheeses from Goat’s Milk

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We know Vermont does cheddar better than just about anyone, but cheese making in New England goes beyond... Read More »

New England Corn Festival Sampler

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As always, Yankee recommends you call ahead or check website for admission prices and to confirm dates. August... Read More »

New England Patriots Super Bowl Treats

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When we stumbled upon a blog post for New England Patriots Pops over at Mega•Crafty, we knew we’d... Read More »

New England Scallops

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Scallops are a true New England treat–their very shape is an iconic reminder of beachside fun and shell-hunting... Read More »

New Hampshire Dining by the Water

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New Hampshire uses its wee 18 miles of coastline well, with easy access to state beaches, summer playgrounds,... Read More »

Occasion: Chinese New Year

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NOTE: In 2010, Chinese New Year is celebrated February 14 and it begins the Year of the Tiger.... Read More »

Occasion: Quick Meals for the Athletes in the Family

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Nothing eats away at a family’s mealtime together like children’s sports. Everywhere parents hustle from practices to games... Read More »

Only in New England: Traveler Food and Books

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Off exit 74 on I-84, the quizzical yellow sign that reads Traveler Food and Books is, if nothing... Read More »

Oscar Party Show-Stoppers

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It’s Academy Awards time. That means a party! Dress up, take your seats, and let the party begin.... Read More »

Oven-Fired BlackBerry and Bunny Hops

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A recent trip to my friend Kristen’s parents’ home in Falmouth, Massachusetts, was a food and cooking getaway,... Read More »

Oyster Farming

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Eric Horne and Valy Steverlynck harvest their own particular type of oysters, hauling blue mesh bags of Flying... Read More »

Oyster History and Recipes

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Whether we are drawn to oysters for their supposed powers as an aphrodisiac or for their salty, creamy... Read More »

Panko

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Panko is a crunchy, flaky bread crumb from Japan, available in Asian markets and most grocery stores. If... Read More »

Party Recipes

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There’s no denying that food’s an important part of most get-togethers. The next time you’re invited to a... Read More »

Perfect Pear-ings

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For another easy dessert, hollow out the bottoms of your poached pears and fill them with vanilla ice... Read More »

Pizza Recipes for Grown-Ups

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When Sonya Speranza was 7 years old, she took her first trip in an airplane. She traveled all... Read More »

Preserves: Suggested Reading

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For more information, Yankee food editor Annie B. Copps recommends these books on preserving: The Beginner’s Guide to... Read More »



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