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Another excellent and easy-to-handle pie crust.
From the kitchen of Erica Wilson.
Aioli makes an excellent dressing for vegetables as well as seafood. Leslie reminds us that most...
A favorite punch for holiday parties from Maine to Rhode Island.
Use with sweet or savory pies. This recipe is courtesy of The Old Farmer’s Almanac Comfort Food...
While the young greens of summer need little adornment in the wintertime, the iceberg lettuce which...
Hosts and hostesses are always looking for a distinctive dip to try. This combination of nuts,...
This makes a tasty substitute for plain old salt and pepper.
Lovely on toast, exquisite on vanilla ice cream … For best flavor, use a variety of apple cultivars...
Apple chips are great as an eat-from-the-bowl snack or as a garnish for cider-based drinks. (Make...
A non-alcoholic drink especially popular with children.
A pleasant change of pace, especially attractive if baked in mini bundt pans. This bread freezes...
A rich, creamy punch, popular in Newport, Rhode Island.
An easy-to-slice bread with a welcome old fashioned flavor and texture. You should know that Aunt...
When making her pickles and relishes, Mary always tries to use the freshest produce she can find –...
Use this on a chef’s salad for an elegant taste and color combination.
A cool, refreshing, not-too-sweet dessert. Serve with crisp lemon wafers.
Charlotte bakes these hearty molasses-flavored muffins in a rounded gem pan, which explains their...
A very easy pie to make that will keep a month in the freezer.
Cornmeal in this light-brown bread gives it an unusual “crunch.” Sereve cold with cream cheese.
This recipe is similar to the preceding one but can be whipped up at an hour’s notice.
The Parmesan makes this unusually tasty.
Hot from the oven, these will complement any soup or stew. Cut biscuits with heart-shaped cookie...
This recipe has been tinkered with since I got married 18 years ago. My husband wanted a bread that...
So good that it’s worth letting your bananas go mushy on purpose.
Just like Grandma used to make–because it’s her recipe! Enjoy!
Boston chef Andy Husbands (Tremont 647 and Sister Sorel) recommends this for indirect grilling (the...
The dough should be carefully rolled, very lightly from the center to the edges to a size somewhat...
Serve pesto on fresh pasta, spread on a halved baguette and broiled, or as a pizza topping. This...
Use coarser ingredients to make a rub for pork shoulder or Boston butt.
Many people use pectin to set their jams and jellies, and that's a fine method. But chef Jason Bond...
A great way to use up leftover pot roast or roast beef. –Philbrook Farm Inn, Shelburne, New ...
A coarse-textured bread that goes well with salads and cheese.
This bread has an attractive raspberry red crust and good flavor. Because of its dense texture, it...
Nothing beats this on a hot, humid day in berry season. Works well with any kind of berry.
A yeast roll which uses self-rising flour for the most airy delicious ever. The secret is not...
We love this jam on warm toast on frosty mornings.
This full-bodied dressing is made quickly in the blender.
This easy-to-make prize-winning bread is almost everybody’s favorite including the Prescotts, who...
This jam recipe won third prize in The 1983 Old Farmer's Almanac Recipe Contest.
Sherbets make a refreshing finish to many meals when a heavier dessert might seem too filling....
Goes with turkey and ham best of all.
This bread and butter pickle recipe is excellent and very simply to make!
This basic stuffing for a 14- to 18-pound turkey lends itself to many variations.
This more unusual recipe is easy to prepare and makes a lovely crust. But allow ample time to chill...
Although it is not steamed and has no raisins, this is the brown bread Sam Thacher’s mother served...
These rich, creamy centers produce chocolates of the finest quality. Dipped candies can he...
Barbara is adventurous in her cooking and especially enjoys experimenting with breads of all kinds...
This recipe makes sensational almond-coconut-cranberry granola bars.

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