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My Mom makes this for us, it’s easy and a good way to get the kids to eat fish.
My son used to tell his high school buddies “Come over cause my momma’s making her fabulous tacos...
Chicken with mushrooms, peas, carrots, parsnips, and artichokes in a creamy wine sauce. This is a...
If you are making an unstuffed bird, try baking this with the lemon rind halves inside the cavity,...
This Old-Fashioned Homemade Chicken and Dumplings recipe was passed down through my grandmother,...
Carole and her husband, Joe, both admit to a passion for eggplant: “There are so many wonderful...
An Indian soup adopted by the English and imported to Massachusetts by the contributor’s husband....
This is an old family recipe that has served well for many years. It uses a traditional dark brown...
Mussels are a tasty bonus for those willing to make the effort to search them out along the rocky...
Spoon out the crumb coating that falls to the bottom of the pan and serve alongsde the chicken. –...
Being the oldest of 14 children and living in the northeast corner of Maine in the late 1930s and...
Mom used to make these for get-togethers either for church, drum corps or skiing. They’re made in...
My nana made this on Sundays in the winter. If the gravy isn’t thick enough, add a flour slurry to...
My Nanna used to make this ham on Christmas and Easter. She always served it with her special baked...
In 1978 we brought you the story of the now late Nellie Reed and her famous chicken pies. For years...
An entire meal from one pot.
A great Yankee favorite, traditionally served on Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the fall and ...
A dish native to Boston that has much merit. It is a bit unusual, very, very good, and it can be...
This important regional feast requires the freshest softshell clams, native seaweed, corn,...
This simple and versatile dish can be made with most firm, white-fleshed fish and can be roasted in...
From Sugar Less for Life
Great dish for Sunday after church. Just start before Sunday School and leave it alone until you ...
My wifes favorite!
This is my creation, it’s easy,and delicious, by adding just one ingredient you can change it from...
This recipe produces a very crisp fried chicken that can be successfully reheated.
Ready to serve in about half an hour, this makes entertaining seem effortless. The dash of allspice...
These fajitas are made a little different than your restaurant style fajitas. The meat is chicken...
Inspired by ingredients traditionally used in Spanish pastels, this chicken potpie leaves its bland...
Use one 12-inch Dutch oven with 24 briquettes. International Dutch Oven Society  
There’s no bottom crust and no vegetables baked in this pie - just tender pieces of chicken...
These succulent beans were traditionally made with dark amber syrup, but lighter grades can be...
Quiche-like, with added tang and color from the tomatoes. Lovely for lunch or Sunday night supper.
If there’s one food item that needs jazzing up, it’s a pork chop. And while there doesn’t seem to...
When you feel like showing off right at the table in front of your guests, here’s a good dish to do...
An excellent way to cook fish – better than ordinary frying. Doesn’t smell up the kitchen either.
Here is a great way to cook “home fries” for a crowd without using the stovetop. You can do...
An old-fashioned dish that evokes memories of Sunday dinners at Grandmother’s house. Include hot...
Delicious with sauteed mushrooms.
This all-American chicken seasoned with herbs has the added convenience of oven-frying.
I’ve taken this to potluck suppers and everyone just loves it and asks for the recipe.
This soup won honorable mention in the Homemade Soups Contest in The 1993 Old Farmer’s Almanac....

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