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A house specialty that unites the subtle flavor of scallops with the sweetness of peaches and a...
Extremely sweet dessert that should be served warm. The filling is wall-to-wall almonds,...
“It took me 2 years of trial and error to get the perfect Anadama recipe and this is it. The...
Sliced almonds, almond liqueur, and tight cream create a most unusual soup that can be served...
Good for early-day tastebuds - at breakfast, brunch, or lunch. Use only those apples that hold up...
“Excellent with cream cheese and good hot coffee! Our guests from abroad especially like the tart...
“We cut this into 9 squares and serve it hot for our complimentary breakfast.” Takes less than 10...
Granny Smiths are the apple; applejack brandy, the zapple. Serve with hard sauce, ice cream, heavy...
A fantastic party dessert. Apricot brandy and jam contribute an appealing tartness. –Edencroft...
Exquisite color and flavor combination. –The Four-In-Hand, Marlboro, Vermont
“My husband Don's Aunt Maggie from Bavaria, Germany, gave me this recipe, and it has been a family...
“New England Indian Pudding should be soft. For finest favor use the best dark molasses.”
Especially good with ham and perhaps a spinach salad - but could also be dessert, topped with...
A luscious frozen dessert that can be prepared a day in advance. The raspberry sauce adds tang as...
Magnificent! Both the duck and sauce can be made in advance. The final glazing is best done about...
A great way to use up leftover pot roast or roast beef. –Philbrook Farm Inn, Shelburne, New ...
Mildly sweet with an appealingly different texture. Vary the berry to find your favorite flavor. –...
“This two-layer sponge cake filled with chocolate mousse and topped with a bittersweet chocolate...
Blueberries flavored with cinnamon and blackberry brandy, folded into whipped cream, and chilled in...
The molasses makes all the difference. –Bee and Thistle Inn, Old Lyme, Connecticut
“I got this recipe from my mother-in-law who lives in Maine and says that blueberry muffins aren’t...
“The Lincoln House is in the heart of ‘the blueberry capital of the world’ - Washington County,...
A versatile recipe that can be doubled or halved with ease and made with different nuts, liquids,...
“This recipe is a special favorite with our guests and is requested over and over.” Alternate...
“When bluefish is available, the kitchen at The Governor's Inn virtually hums with new ideas for...
Low calorie, low cholesterol, and delicate flavor. –Hanover Inn, Hanover, New Hampshire
Large, thick-crusted, golden-brown loaves with a mouth-tingling aftertaste. Best warm or toasted....
Still delicious a few days after it is made. Serve with vanilla ice cream. –Boulders Inn, New...
A luscious sauce to serve with roast pheasant or duck. –The Hermitage, Wilmington, Vermont
Delicate pancakes with a nice nutty flavor. -The Victorian, Edgartown, Massachusetts
“Serve with plain white rice that has been cooked with 2 or 3 threads of saffron in it, a plainly...
“Breezemere Granola is kept in a large glass jar in the dining room at breakfast time. It is so...
“Frequently, a guest requests this recipe. We serve it as an appetizer but with the addition of...
Parboiling the vegetables first is the secret step in this popular entree.
Dark brown, dense, sweet, and spicy. Be sure the baking dish is well greased so the bread can be...
Fudge-like and full of nuts. –Colby Hill Inn, Henniker, New Hampshire
“There are many similar recipes for the following cookie-candy concoction) but the Rice Krispies...
“This wholesome bread is so beautiful to look at and so satisfying to eat that our guests are...
“My mother always used this recipe. It is especially nice served on asparagus, spinach, or Swiss...
Very rich but not overly sweet. Serve modest portions with whipped cream on top. –The Ram in the...
“This is a favorite dish served at breakfast or brunch. I like to accompany it with a good-sized...
“This is a rather simple but very tasty appetizer which I like to serve at cocktail time in a fancy...
One of the specialties of The Bramble Inn. At its best if cooked a day in advance. –The Bramble...
Serve with crackers, on sliced cucumbers, or as stuffing for cherry tomatoes. –The Ram in the...
Possibly the very best carrot cake you will have ever had - chockfull of nuts, raisins, carrots,...
Simple ingredients joined in just the right proportions make this a splendid soup – thick and...
If you prefer a thinner consistency, add some chicken stock, tomato juice, water milk, or a...
A pleasant addition to salad plates. Replace cauliflower with 1 medium bunch broccoli for a change...
A luxurious dish for a fancy gathering. –The Four Chimney’s Inn, Nanatucket, Massachusetts
Perfect with brunch or lunch on a sultry summer’s day. –Edencroft Manor, Littleton, New Hampshire...
“We serve this at our special Holidays Evening, just before Christmas. The ball tastes better made...
The mixture of Swiss and cheddar cheeses gives tang to this versatile quiche, which holds its shape...
You will savor every mouthful of this elaborate dish. Make it for an anniversary celebration or...
It takes some time (and an assortment of pots and pans) to make this, but your efforts will not be...
The garnish of seedless green grapes adds color as well as a complementary flavor. –West Dover Inn...
Don’t boil the mandarin oranges in the sauce; just toss them in at the last minute. –Snowvillage...
A most unusual blend of flavors, and the chunks of plump, tender chicken combined with sweet, crisp...
Chicken breasts wrapped around a sweet-tart filling of cranberries and maple syrup. –Coonamesset...
“This is one of our most popular dishes at The Darby Field. For something really special, try it...
“This is our most popular entree. I usually serve it with rice pilaf, fresh broccoli, and zucchini...

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