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.
In the summer, MDI has the world’s highest popover density. Here are a few favorite popover providers.
This Maine cocktail features spirits from Liquid Riot Bottling Company in Portland. Watch the John Myers duo make it!
Rhubarb delivers rewards early in the growing season. See this recipe for rhubarb hand pies!
Watch the John Myers duo mix The Dirigo, a custom cocktail made with Maine spirits, submitted by Jessie Lacey.
From Desserted – Recipes and Tales from an Island Chocolatier – By Kate Shaffer
From Maine Home Cooking — 175 Recipes from Down East
From Maine Home Cooking — 175 Recipes from Down East Kitchen by Sandra L. Oliver
Beef stew warms your bones and lifts your spirits on cold winter days.
A recipe for Stuffed Maine Lobster, by Chef Barton Seaver.
What’s Thanksgiving Without Pie? Baker Sara Ettinger of Aurora Provisions, a gourmet market, café, and caterer in Portland’s West End neighborhood, offers her versions of two holiday classics.
Every family has their own Thanksgiving dinner traditions, but some common elements, like turkey, sweet potatoes, and a whole lot of butter, unite us all in mouthwatering anticipation. Larry Matthews, chef/owner of the iconic Back Bay Grill in Portland, likes to keep things simple and delicious, with dishes that allow for easy adjustment to accommodate a potentially increased guest list.