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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 »

Chinese New Year Recipes From Joanne Chang

Chinese New Year Recipes From Joanne Chang

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During Chinese New Year, dragon dancers, elaborate parades, and fireworks light up the sky. Celebrate with these Chinese... 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 »

Classic Macaroni and Cheese Recipe

Classic Macaroni and Cheese Recipe

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Is there a crowd-pleasing comfort dish more beloved than macaroni and cheese? Out of the microwave, off the... 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 »

Comfort Soups | Recipes

Comfort Soups | Recipes

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These comfort soups (clam chowder, French onion, and lentil) make it hard to deny the warm, soothing security... Read More »

Corn, Beans, Squash — Planted Together

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Squash, indigenous to Mesoamerica, has been around for at least 5,000 years. The ancient civilizations of these regions... Read More »

Cranberry Recipes

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

Cultural Neighborhoods of New England

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From Armenian and Italian to Polish and Portuguese, New England is home to a variety of cultural neighborhoods.... Read More »

Five Portland, Maine Chefs | Maine Course

Five Portland, Maine Chefs | Maine Course

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A visit with five Portland, Maine chefs, plus recipes! Although I’m a native New Englander, I confess that I... Read More »

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 »

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 »

Fresh Recipes from Mary Ann Esposito’s Garden

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Some men bring their wives a dozen long-stemmed roses when they want to express their affection. Dr. Guy... 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 »

Hazel’s Jamaican Recipes | Best Cook

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 »

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 »

Homegrown: Mead in New England

Homegrown: Mead in New England

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Welcome to my glorious winery,” says Ian Bennett as he opens the door to Isaaks of Salem. The... Read More »

Hood Holiday Party Guide

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When it comes to throwing a great party, planning is key. The more thorough your party preparation, the... Read More »

Italian Food Recipes from the Best Cook

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 »

Knowledge & Wisdom: Fish Tips

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If you want to do better than the others in your boat, sit in the back; the person... Read More »

Krista Kern, Bresca | Portland, Maine Restaurants

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Most of Krista Kern’s prior experience was in desserts, but this woman is a force to be reckoned... Read More »

Lee Skawinski, Cinque Terre and Vignola | Portland, Maine Restaurants

Lee Skawinski, Cinque Terre and Vignola | Portland, Maine Restaurants

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Chef Lee Skawinski of Cinque Terre and Vignola, and his partner, Dan Kary, are so committed to local... Read More »



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