Three Portland chefs showcased American lamb at the Boston Lamb Jam on Sunday, and lucky me, I got to be a judge.
Traditional baked beans, that time-honored New England church supper dish, gets a new twist thanks to leftovers from a photo shoot for French food importer D'Artagnan.
Home alone and cooking just for me, I had a hankering for something warm and hearty, yet weight-loss friendly. This intensely savory, vegetable-rich pasta fit the bill.
We're not going to win any locavore kudos for this rice pudding recipe, except for one, very important ingredient: the milk. It's from the sweet-faced cows of Maine's Own Organic dairy farms.
Had it with winter? Make it feel like summer in your kitchen: crank up the heat, put on shorts and flip-flops and mix up some gimlet jelly shots for cocktail hour.
Not having our own authentic St. Patrick's Day traditions, we created our own with a pie the color of shamrocks and the flavor of the famous (or infamous) shake.
At Vena's Fizz House, you can enjoy an expertly mixed soda or mocktail, or improve your mixology skills with all manner of barware, bitters and other essentials. It's a one-stop shop for all things cocktail, except the booze.
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.