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The ingredients are simple, the directions are easy, and the bread tastes as good as it looks. Has...
This recipe for stollen (German Christmas Bread) came down through my husband’s family from his...
This recipe comes from my grandfather in Minnesota who used to make the best breads I’ve ever ...
Brown bread is the traditional accompaniment to baked beans, a true New England favorite. This loaf...
Here is another of Mary Frances Scheetz’s blue ribbon winners.—Mary Frances Scheetz, Fort Myers,...
This pizza recipe won Honorable Mention recipe in the 2011 Almanac Garden-Fresh Recipe Contest. The...
This recipe comes courtesy of former Connecticut resident Mark Bittman, whose New York Times...
From the Harborside House, Marblehead, Massachusetts
The ladies of Lyme, Connecticut, tell us that the late Mrs. Clarence Lee was locally famous for her...
In every way an excellent bread - plain or toasted. Moist, fine-textured, and nutritious. Hill Farm...
From The Notchland Inn, Harts Location, NH
Mmmm … the herbs give these popovers wonderful flavor!  Serve warm with whipped butter. Find this...
From the Hill Farm Inn, Arlington, VT
This cake can be plain or fancy, depending on how you decorate it after baking.
This cake can be plain or fancy, depending on how you decorate it after baking.
The recipe of YANKEE’S food editor for many years, Grace “Mom” Weldon, this bread is just plain...
Sue Thomas, Indianapolis, Indiana—Indiana State Fair, Indianapolis, Indiana
From The Green Mountain Inn, Stowe, VT
The cook won “Best of Show” for this recipe, which the judges said looked as good as it tasted....
Served during Lent, and particularly on Good Friday.
Very simple recipe to cook this very old cornbread item. Just like my granny made, Hope you like it...
The caraway seeds and sugar in this bread are a surprisingly delightful combination. Melissa...
No need for a leprechaun’s help. This recipe turns to science: baking soda and baking powder, for a...
A tasty bread that makes delicious toast, soda bread requires no yeast.
Delightful toasted for breakfast or tea - or served with chowder, soup, or salad.
Golden in color, chewy in texture and chockful of raisins, this is great toasted for breakfast or...
As we’ve said before, baking bread is good for the soul. This is a good one to learn on.
“We serve this bread warm with dinner. Wrapped in foil, it may be reheated at 375 degrees for 10...
A no-knead yeast bread that makes a huge round loaf. For variety, use part whole-wheat flour or...
I came upon this by pure mistake in haste of remembering that I “forgot” to buy storebought...
An old-time recipe for putting jam into bread. You can use jelly or marmalade as well.
After using several recipes I changed them all until I got what I like.
These bagels have a hearty yeast flavor that’s enhanced by the potato water. They are delicious...
A culinary celebration of May Day takes place each year in Rhode Island from the end of April...
An alternative to baking the batter is to spoon silver-dollar-size cakes onto a hot greased...
Rhode Island jonny cakes are usually served in restaurants with syrup, but the Rathbuns like them...
“This recipe nearly always brings back memories to our male diners of the bread pudding that ‘...
Clafoutis, a sweet dessert of cooked fruit and pancake batter, is usually made with cherries, but...
This recipe is featured in The Old Farmer’s Almanac Garden-Fresh Cookbook. Click here for more free...
A nice, moist bread, which keeps well in the refrigerator. Do not wrap until completely cooled.
“Our guests’ favorite and most requested breakfast by repeat customers. The Inn at the Round Barn...
Baked in a Bundt pan, this has a fancy presentation and could be served for dessert. Stella Maris...
You can really taste the lemon in this. Be prepared to hand out the recipe every time you serve it.
Lemony and lovely, these rich scones are a welcome addition to any holiday breakfast or brunch.

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