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It would be very hard to find an easier, faster pickle recipe–or one with a spunkier, more...
Excellent flavor. Suitable for fresh fruits as well as tossed green salads. –Spruce Point Inn,...
Handy to have on hand when you need to make a dressing in a hurry.
Every bit as impressive as the Blue Cheese Ball. If you ‘re having a big enough party, serve them ...
You can make big batches of this fresh salsa every summer, sometimes substituting fresh lemon juice...
This sauce goes with just about any kind of Mexican food and can be made as spicy or as mild as...
Make sandwiches in desired shapes and use any of the following spreads as fillings. Chill spreads...
This attractive salad looks just great when you assemble it in a clear glass bowl. This is a salad...
Planning a very special dinnerr Try this for openers.
Refreshing and satisfying fare with a touch of luxury. Serve it with jellied madrilene for the soup...
Few ingredients express their hometown flavors quite like oysters. Just a squeeze of lemon juice or...
Sheryl Julian, the award-winning food columnist for The Boston Globe, devised this recipe to use...
I found this recipe on an online site and thought it was a dish I could take to a get-together and...
A luscious, cool, and creamy almond-flavored dessert that takes only minutes to prepare, but does...
Just as it was written in Newfane, Vt., more than 100 years ago.
An easy way to make a nice dessert out of a plain piece of cake.
Serve with cold asparagus or artichokes.
This recipe, by Sharon Ricci, won second prize in The 2010 Old Farmer's Almanac Pumpkin Recipe...
Should always be good if worked with a quick, light touch.
A spice bag is useful in making soups and sauces and in cooking meats or stews. Its ingredients...
This can easily be made in larger quantities – just he sure to serve it hot.
We had this recently at a Church lunch, it was yum! She topped it with raspberry vinaigrette, but...
A nice change for a summer luncheon or buffet table, this ring may be filled with any cold food...
Our favorite salad and our very favorite way to enjoy spinach. But then, we’re partial to the stuff...
A good hearty luncheon salad.
This salad, contributed by Donald Bruce White, was served on the old S. S. Princess Louise that...
Not your usual spinach salad, but a winning combination of strawberries and spinach tossed with a...
Adapted from Evan Mallett: Black Trumpet, 29 Ceres St., Portsmouth, NH. 603-431-0887;...
This dish is a great favorite with its champions, but there are those who will not touch raw meat....
A simple concoction, but for the gods.
Make this for an impressive grand finale. –Mountain View Inn, Norfolk, Connecticut
This is the dessert we choose to make on very special occasions. It’s fabulous and always makes a...
Elsie Maxwell always has a carafe of strawberry vinegar on her counter, ready for action.
This recipe is from the Garden-Fresh Cookbook.
This drink was named and devised by the inn. –Greenville Inn, Greenville, Maine
Heavenly. The hardest part of this simple soup is waiting to eat it. Allow at least 3 to 4 hours...
I found this recipe in a magazine. Easy to prepare and never any leftovers.
A great way to greet the morning, this freshly fruit compote can be varied to whatever is in season...
Courtesy of Verrill Farm.
A colorful and intriguing salad combination.
This recipe yields a generous amount of dressing. Use the extra with salads, as a marinade for...
The ladies of Gilsum, New Hampshire, know how to cook for a crowd. They tell us this salad is a...
Refreshingly spring-like!
Early in my marriage to his son, I watched my father-in-law, Charlie, prepare Swedish Cucumbers. I...
If your family needs a little encouragement to eat salads, this will help.
This was given to me by a friend. My kids and friends ask me to make this all the time. I have also...
A good way to use excess cucumbers without heating up the kitchen.
“Our daughter Nancy found this recipe and she made some for the opening of our inn in June 1978....

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