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The Mexican flavoring comes from the addition of cinnamon and orange liqueur. You may eliminate...
If the words “custard” and “caramel” sound intimidating, fear not: This creamy custard is as easy...
This soup is packed with vitamins and scented with garlic, cilantro, and nutmeg. It tastes light...
Sweet, yet tart, what a great combination in one pie!
One of the sure signs of spring in New England is the return of native shad, which migrate...
The deep, rich flavor of molasses and warm spices such as cinnamon and ginger are typical of...
Molly Stevens is a great cook, so it makes sense that she’s a food writer and cookbook author, too...
For some people, meat loaf is the food they ate when there was nothing left in the house, or when...
Recipe by Cynthia Hilton
Like their luxe cousins – white and black truffles – morels have a heady, earthy scent, amplified...
Note: Lingonberry preserves are available at Ikea stores, gourmet shops, and most supermarkets with...
Be careful to keep the wine below the simmering point. Once it boils, it spoils.
Try the “Ten Great Sandwiches” recipes page for more lunchtime ideas! This classic pot roast...
This classic savory pudding makes a great vegetarian main dish or a wonderful accompaniment to lamb...
On a cold December night, what could be more comforting than a hearty soup that can be made with...
Prosecco pairs nicely with peaches or nectarines. If you can’t find Prosecco, substitute another...
This simple and versatile dish can be made with most firm, white-fleshed fish and can be roasted in...
Already a successful lobsterman at 18, Jack Newick began buying up land around Dover Point, piece...
Her family’s home-grown produce inspired Nikki’s “farm stand” salsa–but the splash of margarita mix...
At Cogswell's Grant, Caroline Craig always kept the cookie jar full. Mrs. Little liked crisp...
Since 1971, the 40 or so women of the now-famous Wellesley Cookie Exchange have gathered each...
We bake dozens of these cookies every Christmas and decorate them with the names of family members...
Inspired by ingredients traditionally used in Spanish pastels, this chicken potpie leaves its bland...
These cozy pastries are a favorite morning treat at the Village Green Inn in Falmouth, ...
Early editions of Yankee included a monthly “Almanac,” a three-column grid stuffed with recipes,...
Keep on hand during the holidays to serve with coffee, tea, or after-dinner drinks.
This fabulous stove-top dessert gets its name from the noise it makes when cooking. You can...
Here’s a sweet alternative to savory strata, flavored with cinnamon, vanilla, bourbon, nutmeg, ...
Hatch’s Fish Market in Wellfleet, Massachusetts, is a New England shop in the classic tradition:...
This classic New Orleans dish, circa 1899, gets a fresh spin with tarragon and shallots replacing...
Total time: 12 minutes; active time: 10 minutes SHRIMP, THE MOST popular of all shellfish, can be...
A simple fish, lightly floured and fried, and served with lemon and fresh herbs: an easy yet...
Total time: 20 minutes; active time: 8 minutes A GOOD LAMB CHOP is hard to beat – quick, easy to...
Plumped dried currants and toasted pecans give this spicy preserve a nutty sweetness and a chunky...
Make weeknight dining a celebration with these warm fall flavors.
Eating the bowl your salad comes in adds a Willy Wonka level of fun to this easy, elegant...
WHEN THE AIR is crisp and the leaves begin to turn, leafy greens come into their prime. I like to...
The large squares of pasta are meant to represent the swaddling clothes of the baby Jesus, but the...

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