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A favorite punch for holiday parties from Maine to Rhode Island.
A mixture of cooked and fresh berries helped make this pie a family favorite.
Make this savory bread pudding the night before serving and you’ll be able to feed a crowd for...
A good grade canned chicken broth may be substituted.
These classic sugar cookies are great for the holidays, or any other time of the year! For more...
Make this punch in huge batches and store it on your front porch during the cold winter months.
Crunchy and not too sweet, these will keep for a week if stored tightly covered.
Like the Almanac, an Election Day cake is an American institution. The tradition dates from the...
Well before our country gained its independence, colonial housewives were making special cakes to...
Though we’re glad that chewy, rustic breads of the European type are becoming more widely available...
Consider a hot batch of savory fish balls or fish cakes, made with seasoned mashed potato to...
It’s really chocolate cake … but don’t tell anyone!
A tradition in my family that continues to this day is Sunday dinner with the grandparents. Mom...
These were a Hartwell Farm trademark. The chicken fat may have been the secret, but you can use...
Using “a little of this and a little of that,” the Misses Fitch and Poor came up with this recipe,...
This applesauce is a simply classic recipe, but it can be dressed up with the raisin mix-in.
In our family lemon butter was made and eaten on Easter Sunday as an accompaniment to our ham,...
In 1950 my husband and I bought a small western Massachusetts farm. I had never been on a farm. I...
My grandmother, Mary Grace Deschenes, was an unusual woman for her day. An accomplished artist, she...

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