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2011 Maple Festivals and Events

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Find 2011 maple events around New England with this resource list Connecticut Maple Festival MAR. 12-13: HEBRON, Hebron... Read More »

2011 Readers’ Choice Awards

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This contest is now closed. Click here to see who won. Welcome to Yankee Magazine’s 2011 Readers’ Choice... Read More »

2011 Readers’ Choice Contest Rules

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NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE DOES NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.</p. 1. HOW TO ENTER: To enter... Read More »

5 Favorite New England Apples & Recipes

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Amy Traverso, Yankee lifestyle editor and author of The Apple Lover’s Cookbook picks her five favorite native New... Read More »

A Top Foliage Town in New England: Williamstown, Massachusetts

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Williamstown, Massachusetts ranked # 4 among our “Top 25 Foliage Towns” in the Sept./Oct. issue of Yankee Magazine.... Read More »

Architectural Salvage Resources | Find a Location Near You

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A sampling of architectural-salvage resources around New England. CONNECTICUT SALVAGE Irreplaceable Artifacts Middletown, CT 860-344-8576 irreplaceableartifacts.com The Old... Read More »

Best Cinemas and Theaters in New England | Honorable Mentions

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Garen Daly’s five honorable mentions for Best Cinemas and Theaters in New England. BANTAM CINEMA 115 Bantam Lake... Read More »

Best New England Farmers’ Markets: Honorable Mentions

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Burlington Farmers’ Market City Hall Park Burlington, VT Saturday 8:30am-2pm, May-October www.burlingtonfarmersmarket.org Portsmouth Farmers’ Market City Hall 1... Read More »

Best Spring Flower Festivals in New England

Best Spring Flower Festivals in New England

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Nothing says spring like the first blossoms of the season. The bright colors which sprout from every tree... Read More »

Best Used Bookstores in New England | Honorable Mentions

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Saving the rural New England bookstore is more than a pastime for Richard F. Wright; it’s a passion... Read More »

Book Review | Up: A Mother and Daughter’s Peakbagging Adventure

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An earlier title for Up: A Mother and Daughter’s Peakbagging Adventure was Alex and the 4,000-Foot Classroom, a... Read More »

Book Review: Jaws: Memories From Martha’s Vineyard

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In this era when “Director’s Cuts” and “Special Edition DVD Sets” never turn out to be all that... Read More »

Braising Recipes

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Braising, a cooking technique that uses a combination of moist and dry heat, is simply the process of... 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 »

Christmas Memory: Finding Joy In Aisle Seven

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I took my three little boys shopping at the Co-op two days before Christmas and got many, many... Read More »

Cookbook: Homemade Favorites for Every Season

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Here in New England we live by the seasons. They shape our days and inform our appetites. Yankee... 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 »

Fall Sweets Recipes

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Each year with the foliage and a return to sweater-weather, we turn to the warm, spicy flavors of... Read More »

History | Freeman Family Letters from 1829–1852

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At the end of a dirt path winding gently south from the Old Sturbridge Village green, a worn... 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 Traditions | ‘Wassail, Wassail, All Over the Town…’

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Wassail (from the Middle English Waes thu hael, “Be thou hale [well]“): One word, two ways to enjoy... Read More »

Holiday Traditions | Blending Faiths

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Our family’s holiday traditions have evolved carefully and with much thought—and some amount of hair-tearing and/or navel-gazing. My... Read More »

Holiday Traditions | Christmas Coal

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Growing up, my family participated in very few traditions, certainly none that had been handed down from one... Read More »

Holiday Traditions | Christmas Crackers

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When I was sixteen my family celebrated Christmas in Ireland, where we gained a new but enduring family... Read More »

Holiday Traditions | Mrs. Nelson’s Chocolates

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Just after Thanksgiving, as far back into my childhood as I can remember, my mother’s Aunt Kay and... Read More »

Holiday Traditions | Yankee Staffers Share Their Favorite Family Rituals

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For most, the holiday season is defined by its rituals and traditions. Whether it’s a carol-singing stroll with... Read More »

Honorable Mentions: Best 5 Indoor Places to Take Kids

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The next-best 5 indoor places to take kids in New England. CHILDREN’S MUSEUM & THEATRE OF MAINE Imaginative... Read More »



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