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This is a variation on the classic Italian bolognese sauce. Adding dried porcini mushrooms gives...
Halloumi, a salty, almost meaty Greek sheep's-milk cheese, is remarkable not only for its rich...
The judge at the Shelburne Museum asked the secret of Helene's piecrust. She told him it was the...
When Helen and Larry Mugnai opened Helen’s Restaurant in Machias, Maine, in 1950, their fish...
This easy, no-added-fat summer salad plays the nutty flavor of toasted sunflower seeds against...
For this simple appetizer recipe, use the best cheese you can buy. I use garlic and chive-flavored...
They’re light, flavorful, and full of potato-y deliciousness—everyone's favorite American comfort...
Combine your favorite vegetables and herbs (fennel, celery, carrots, thyme, rosemary) – this recipe...
This chutney is also wonderful when served with roasted or grilled meats.
Store-bought are just fine, too, but it’s fun and extra tasty to bake your own ahead of time and...
In 1960, reader Jane Goyer of West Boylston, Massachusetts, sent us this recipe for her grandmother...
The fish sauce is very salty, so season sparingly.
Adapted from Appleland recipe
Keep your eye out for locally made mugs. Place dry cocoa ingredients in a clear plastic gift bag;...
This dish perfumes the whole house with its rich scent, and it takes very little prep time.
This puree of garbanzo beans is a great make-ahead dip for any occasion, but it also works well as...
Because filling the turkey with stuffing requires a longer roasting time and can increase the risk...
This recipe is very flexible. You can eyeball the amounts and variety of vegetables, double the...
Once you make this granola, you’ll never go back to store-bought.
This delightful recipe is at its best in the fall, when oysters are small and plump and fresh corn...
My nephew James and I make these together, and we’ve found that they taste much better if you...
Jan Buhrman Catering is known for this paella, served at many summer beach parties. As our potluck...
My friend Jan Swain makes and shares these melt-in-your-mouth cookies every Christmas. They’re the...
Jasper White has adapted this Japanese-inspired treatment from his own book, Jasper White’s Cooking...
Jeremy Sewall is the chef we turn to for scrumptious seafood at Lineage, his Brookline,...
Lisa is a big fan of her mother-in-law’s pie and recommends serving it with Wilcox Original Vanilla...
Julia Child directed the preparation of this eggy, golden pudding a couple of summers ago at the...
It’s true, cranberries are bitter, and traditional recipes use lots of sugar to bring out the fruit...
Sometimes you just need chocolate to get things on an even keel. My dear friend Julie Fox makes...
The General Store in Harrisville, New Hampshire, lures locals and tourists alike with its made-from...
You can make this soup with canned beans, but starting with dried beans is more traditional.
These shortbread-type cookies will melt in your mouth. Maria typically makes them for the winter...
My grandparents came from Germany. I don’t remember getting lots of Christmas gifts as a child. I’d...
A lot like pizzelles (Italian waffle cookies), these are krumkaker, a Norwegian specialty. You will...
Purists will turn up their noses at the addition of flour and baking powder in this recipe, but it...
This hearty main course pairs lamb beautifully with roasted new potatoes. To save yourself a step,...
This street-food favorite from Mexico really caught our eye and our tastebuds. You can kick up (or...
In 2006, Laurie won a blue ribbon at the Topsfield Fair with this recipe. The next year, she...
With the shrimp’s pink curls and the leeks’ long, pale-green tangles, this is a beautiful dish. You...
This recipe is a favorite of Tracie's in part because it incorporates one of her favorite foods:...

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