Down East Food Columnists
DownEast.com food columns offer something for everyone. From sweet tooths to sailors, these five columnists span the state looking for and reporting on good eats. Find recipes, restaurant reviews, food events, and more by perusing these tasty pages.
Captains and galley cooks of the Maine Windjammer Association share their favorite, sailing-ready recipes.
Maine's chefs, specialty farmers, and most creative cooks are invited to Cellardoor Vineyard in Lincolnville, where they concoct amazing dishes sampled and tasted by vineyard guests. If you can't travel to Cellardoor, we invite you to enjoy the recipes, here.
A combination of Maine food information and inspiration, The Maine Mouth is the place where you can get the word of mouth advice that will lead you to the good eats—and all that is related to it—from York to Fort Kent. I’ll be traveling across the state to farm stands, top restaurants, burger joints, bakeries, clam shacks, ice cream stands, wineries, and more, and reporting about the places worth seeking out. Plus I’ll include some recipes and stories from my own Maine experiences.
Sojourn into the seasons of Maine foods with food writer and cookbook author Kathy Gunst. Part recipes, part ruminations, this column lets reader experience the joys of living and cooking in Maine throughout the year.