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This is the best chocolate pie we’ve ever tasted.
A mushroom soup that is clear rather than creamy. The Tamari enriches the taste as well as the...
Shrimp adds a special touch to this soup. Use frozen shrimp if you can’t obtain fresh.
Magnificent! You will fantasize about this one in midwinter. –Woodbound Inn, Jaffrey, New ...
Canned tomato soup is one of the great blessings of modem life – beautifully smooth, zesty,...
Because of its active life, rabbit has very little fat, so use plenty of shortening and baste...
Tastes best served several hours or a day after it is made. Use freshly extracted Concord grape...
Use up an abundance of vegetables from your garden with this soup. The choice of what to include is...
Fresh herbs and vegetables give this versatile soup the best possible flavor.
When you serve this soup, see if your dinner guests can identify the flavor.
A classic Spanish soup.
A pretty and pleasantly spiced cold soup. Some like to top it with a dollop of sour cream.
Giblets are the turkey's neck, heart, gizzard, and liver, which are usually found tucked, like a...
Serve with a fruit salad.
For a hardy root vegetable, parsnips have a remarkably tropical flavor, one that goes so...
We’re proud to say we’re fools for goose-berries – those tart little pale-green and yellow orbs (...
Just the thing to simmer on a woodstove in winter.
If members of your family don’t like eggplant, this unusual soup may change their minds.
Use fresh green beans, but don’t overcook them or they will lose their bright green color.
Can be served with all cold meats.
You can use any other firm, white fish in this chowder, but haddock has a unique taste.
Interesting seasoning and long, slow cooking transforms a modest cut of meat into one of the most...
Time carefully so you don’t overcook the fish.
For a complete meal, serve with warm bread or rolls and sliced tomatoes.
A traditional New England soup that is easy to make and sure to please.
Navy beans are preferred for this soup, but other varieties of dry beans can be used equally well.
You can substitute a number of other vegetables for the broccoli used here to create your own...
This hearty soup will whet the appetite of anyone who smells it cooking.
Sauerkraut is good with this.
Make this with frozen fish if you can’t get fresh; it will taste almost as good.
When Helen and Larry Mugnai opened Helen’s Restaurant in Machias, Maine, in 1950, their fish...
Try other combinations of fresh herbs to vary the flavor.
Use whatever fresh herbs are available to make your own special blend.
Chicken stock may also be used as the base.
You can buy many different kinds of mustard, but this version makes breads and meats taste extra...
This fragrant syrup showcases subtle flavors and works best with light spring honey. Try it warm...
Adapted from Appleland recipe
You should always offer at least one hot canape, and this one isn’t too hard to make.
Here’s one of the spicier versions of this stew. Omit hot pepper and cumin for a milder dish.
Keep your eye out for locally made mugs. Place dry cocoa ingredients in a clear plastic gift bag;...
This is a simple and inexpensive way to “put by” a good share of your family’s relish supply.
For a smooth soup, puree in a blender. Serve as an appetizer or as a dessert.
Best made with spicy Hungarian paprika, but the milder kind works fine, too. Don’t skimp on the...
A rich, thick and wonderful stew to prepare for the hunter returning proud and hungry from a...
A rich, thick and wonderful stew to prepare for the hunter returning proud and hungry from a...
We seem to serve this more during the fall than any other time of year. Harvest influence, probably...
Mint jelly and hot biscuits are a must with this traditional dish.
Not too spicy, not too bland – just right. Please handle gently as you form into balls.
This is a recipe I developed myself. It uses some of the fresh tomatoes, parsley, I have grown in...
Jasper White has adapted this Japanese-inspired treatment from his own book, Jasper White’s Cooking...
A thick, hearty, main-dish soup to take the chill off any winter’s day. Serve hot with fresh yeast...
A nice, light, summer Sunday supper dish. (Don ‘t try to say summer Sunday supper dish fast!)
Top this basic beef stew with dumplings and have on a cold winter night.

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