Inevitably, we all end up with the task of making hors d’oeuvres. Whether making them for our own dinner parties or taking them to friends or family, the same hors d’oeuvres appear time and time again. We become efficient and confident with certain preparations and when the feedback is positive, it becomes even easier to prepare the same recipe.
Photograph by Jennifer Baum.
A new breakfast and lunch spot serves sweet and savory grub at a price that’s easy to swallow.
Sticky buns. Those succulent, buttery, sweet, doughy tufts of goodness are the number-one reason you should stop in at Rockland’s latest breakfast and lunch joint, Home Kitchen Café (650 Main St., 207-596-2449). Once you’ve had one (or two, we won’t tell) you’ll be satiated and then pleasantly surprised by the extensive choice of wholesome, home-cooked food available for course number two.
A Rockport gallery unlike any other in Maine provides dream fodder even during difficult financial times.
Windsor Chairmakers invites you to come to our shop, watch chairs being made, and talk Windsors.
Lincolnville Beach, ME
We design and build timber frame homes, cottages, and barns in Maine and New England that blend traditional joinery and old-fashioned standards of excellence with cutting-edge technology. The result: buildings that are rugged, practical, handsome, warm, and supremely comfortable.
Each of our timber frame homes, cottages, and barns are designed with a distinct personality – yours! Our in-house design team works closely with you or your architect to design the home that you want, a home that meets your particular needs and complements your building site.
A huge international fan base of loyal patrons happily wait an hour or more for succulent lobster rolls. Enjoy the history behind one of Maine’s most popular visitor attractions for more than 70 years. Includes recipes!
Rockport, ME 04856
Sitting on the banks of the sparkling Kennebec River, the small jewel of a city that surrounds the Hampton Inn® Bath (Brunswick Area) hotel has the perfect mix of seafaring history and vibrant modern life. Known as the "City of Ships", shipyards once lined the river's edge and our vessels sailed the seas of the world. Today, the town brings the past to the present at nearby Bath Iron Works, where you can get up-close and personal with world-class shipbuilders. Or head to the acclaimed Maine Maritime Museum, offering exhibits on the state's nautical history.
Bath, ME 04530