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When Lena makes her Jubilee Gumbo she no longer follows a recipe; she simply tosses together...
Kale is a popular soup ingredient with Portuguese cooks from Gloucester to New Bedford and...
This recipe signals the end of the tomato season. When I was comparing chutney dishes with my...
Use a colorful garnish to contrast with the dark brown of the beans.
You may use either the Pie Crust for Two (Two-Crust) Pies or the more unusual Bride’s Pie Crust, or...
Delicious with hot biscuits.
You’ll have to keep this treat for people you know like kidneys. Highly nutritious and relatively...
An excellent lamb curry (in Indian cooking “curry” means a highly seasoned stew, not a particular...
The wonderfully warm and mellow flavour and appetising fragrance of fresh sage transforms...
Leeks impart a delicate flavor and wonderful aroma, but if you can’t find them, substitute onions.
If you’re tempted to add sliced frankfurters to this soup, please don’t.
A hearty, versatile soup that lends itself to countless variations.
A number of wonderful soups can be made when you have a nice ham bone with bits of meat on it. The...
This soup needs a bit of simmering time, which makes it a perfect choice for Sunday lunch or dinner...
Lettuce performs surprisingly well in soup. Use Boston lettuce or another leaf lettuce (not iceberg...
Use large dry lima beans for this soup.
Even diehard lima bean haters may succumb to this chowder.
Italian red clam sauce is made differently than the white clam sauce many know. It contains no...
A lobster could hardly hope to meet a more glorious end—a wonderful way to highlight the...
Clams, shrimp, and lobster – a seafood lover’s dream-come-true.
Although Bertha doesn’t like it for anything else, frozen lobster can be used for this stew if...
Rich, creamy, and reminiscent of Lobster Newburg. Be sure to use heavy cream, as specified, as it...
As many New Englanders will tell you, the simpler a lobster stew is, the better it tastes.
Cook slowly in a heavy saucepan or double boiler.
This is a Louisiana favorite. Many years ago, red beans and rice were served for lunch in New...
Lovage is an easy-to-grow perennial herb that tastes like celery.
This is an unbelieveably delicious bean soup, passed down from generation to generation.
Prepare this ahead of time; reheat for serving.
A delicious chutney and cheaper than store-bought! Minnie makes quantities of this when mangoes are...
Many New England cooks believe this soup should never darken their dining room doors.
How can a restaurant in the only landlocked New England state claim Manhattan clam chowder as its...
A must for this recipe is pure maple syrup.
This is the pie that gets never-fail raves at Marion Beattie’s Creamery Restaurant. Kate cooks the...
Quote from a professional dessert-lover: “If I had to live with just one dessert, this is the one...
Marion Faulkner’s Pepper Pot was a Christmas tradition. “It’s nice to have the soup simmering on...
This delicate blend of vegetable flavors is a delightful surprise – and easy to prepare. If fresh...
South islanders thicken their chowder slightly, others do not. This version produces a thin broth....
A fine way to make use of a small dab of leftovers.
No wonder Rhode Islanders prefer clear broth over cream—at every turn, they’re surrounded by...
Sure you can buy good meat sauce. But homemade is better – and less expensive.
This soup takes on different flavors depending upon what dry beans you use–navy, cranberry, pinto, ...
This refreshing frozen treat captures the rich, sweet flavors of a local favorite.
Feed to someone sick and watch the speedy recovery.
The combined sauces give this chicken a unique character. A delightful, light entree.
This tasty mincemeat mixture makes enough filling fir close to a dozen pies, but you can make one...
Mrs. Margaret Walbridge Aikkola, a native New Englander now living in Finland, sent Yankee this...
This makes an excellent luncheon dish as is, or you can play with it a bit. Add whatever you like,...
Molly Stevens is a great cook, so it makes sense that she’s a food writer and cookbook author, too...
Of French Canadian origin, each added their own special touch to the recipe. This is my mother’s...
Carole and her husband, Joe, both admit to a passion for eggplant: “There are so many wonderful...
Served in the White House by Mrs. Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
This will take the chill off any winter’s day.

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