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MAINE COURSE

Cinnamon Zucchini Bread

On a recent evening, just before the sky began transforming into shades of reds, oranges, purples and pinks, my kids and I stopped at Broadway Park so they could play. It was the end of a busy week, and the end of a night spent enjoying theatre outdoors — “A Comedy …
Dirk Yeaton, head chef at Pig + Poet, cooks legs of lamb on his smoker on July 21 at Whitehall in Camden.

New chef wants your mouth ‘doing a happy dance’ after you eat at Camden restaurant

Dirk Yeaton, a compact culinary powerhouse who trained in the Army, is head chef at the Pig + Poet, Whitehall’s flagship restaurant.
Basant Paradis, the owner of Cake Concoctions, takes cookies from the oven during a summer camp for kids, which teaches them the science of baking, on Monday at the shop in Bangor.

How children are learning chemistry of baking at Bangor summer camp

Basant Paradis started the Science Behind Baking Summer Camp this summer. She teaches children about the chemistry behind creating their favorite baked goods, while also having them cook with her.
TASTE BUDS

Quick, Easy Shrimp Dip

Spontaneous entertaining is fun but it can catch you with your appetizers down. A while …
URBAN EYE

Central Provisions owners to open pizza place

They plan to start slinging wood-fired Neapolitan pies by mid-December.
People chat in Gary and Sharon Cresswell’s newly opened Airline Brewing Co., a British-style pub decorated with more that 30 original Vanity Fair illustrations from the late 1800s, on July 15 in Ellsworth.

Amherst brewers open Old World pub in Ellsworth

“Our focus is on hand-pulled, traditional ales,” Gary Cresswell said. “The only way you can do this is in your own facility. It’s a lot of work.”
Sharon Smiley, co-owner of Local Market, holds a farm box meal kit, packed with local veggies, sauces and chicken from nearby producers.
Homestead

This Maine CSA makes meal kits local, easy

Faced with a crop of cilantro, lemon cucumbers, radishes and new potatoes, you rack your brain for a recipe. What if someone took the guesswork out of this equation? Someone has.

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