On a multi-day photo assignment in Presque Isle, Ted had the chance to experience one of Northern Maine's most distinctive restaurants: The Whole Potato Cafe & Commons.
The flu inspires a brief, blurry bit of baking, with results that are nothing short of a revelation. Oatmeal, bananas and wild Maine blueberries, plus almonds, maple syrup, egg, milk and butter bakes up pudding-ish and lightly sweet, every bit as comforting as the stirred-in-the-pot kind, but more like actual food.
Raw pears are kind of blah, but this easy recipe for roasted pears brings out their natural sweetness. These make a super-delicious breakfast or dessert — If you can turn on the oven and use a knife, you can do this.
Local brewers and coffee roasters gathered at Portland's super cool cocktail bar to celebrate the inclusion of our fair city in the "Imbibe 75" annual list of tastemakers to watch.
A Scarborough family invites us to join them for a Sunday cooking class with Portland newcomer Christopher Papagni, former executive vice president of the International Culinary Center in New York City.
Julia Child loved Valentine's Day. We're somewhat ambivalent on the subject, except that its a perfect excuse to make Julia's chocolate souffle.
This vibrant, deeply flavorful, one-pot meal will warm you up on a cold winter's night. The base can be made in advance with the fish added just before serving.
The plan was to explore newly hip downtown Biddeford, but then we drove across the Saco River and stopped in for a pint at Run of the Mill Public House & Brewery, a very happy place to spend a Saturday afternoon.
On winter Sundays, cooking up a pot of soup feels somehow virtuous, like I'm adding to a savings account for frugality and health.
This simple cake is a Maine summer classic. But thanks to frozen wild blueberries, you can make it even when the snow flies.