On a woodstove in an off-the-grid island cabin, guest editor Sam Sifton prepares rustic, unhurried meals that feel close to the land and sea — and a world away from the scuttle of onshore life.
A shiny new pizza oven and a pubby vibe are heating up the old county cooler in Skowhegan.
Though restaurant-kitchen culture is still dominated by men, women chefs have a refreshingly outsize presence in Maine. We gathered a few of the state’s best chefs to talk about why.
Sara Rademaker is working to keep elvers in Maine via her company, American Unagi, the only eel-farming venture in the state.
Who says you can’t bring food into the museum? Three food-adjacent exhibits not to miss this spring.
New England Distilling releases bottles of Rack IV Saison whiskey on April 6, Saison Day, an Allagash-spearheaded national celebration of the beer style.
A year-and-a-half ago, Maine’s landmark food-sovereignty law empowered towns to regulate their own dairy/pickle/poultry trade. So how is it changing the way farming communities do business?
New England Distilling founder Ned Wight takes a classic cocktail recipe — the New York Sour — and subs in Saison whiskey for the classic rye, to create yeasty, floral notes.
Lone Pine Brewing’s Maple Sunday is available this month only.
Modern flair and traditional methods meet in Biddeford to create a flavor bonanza.
The earthiness of sea lettuce and sweetness of honeybush give Emerald Honeybush tea a honey–truffle character, Cup of Sea owner Josh Rogers says.
From lowbrow munchies to local delicacies, they’re the foods that define us.