Cottage pie or shepherd’s pie is great winter comfort food, particularly if you’ve spent the day working outdoors and need respite from the elements. Try Annemarie Ahearn’s recipe.
Why save chocolate mousse for special occasions when it’s so easy to prepare?
Cold, dark days call for warm, bright salads. See this recipe for Roasted Delicata Squash and Autumn Greens.
Crown the holiday table with a rich and savory roast duck.
An orchard is a gift to the future that nourishes us right now.
A late-summer bounty of wild mushrooms makes for a savory tart.
Corn, squash, and beans are ideal companions in both garden and kitchen. See Annemarie Ahearn’s Summer Succotash with Soft Herbs recipe.
Move over, gazpacho — local legumes make a supremely summery soup.
For the last 14 years, these women have been working for free at the Berry Manor Inn as chambermaids and pie makers, an arrangement they jokingly call “indentured servitude.”
Nothing smells and tastes more like summer in Maine than a berry pie. What better way to embrace the season than by filling a pie or patronizing one of Maine’s expert pie makers? Ready your forks and remember that Maine’s flaky summer treats are best enjoyed outdoors and with friends.
Rhubarb delivers rewards early in the growing season.
Chase away winter with pesto, pasta, and greens.