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MAINE COURSE (blog)

7 apple recipes to make this autumn

Gather your favorite autumn apples and get in the kitchen with these seven apple recipes — from savory to sweet, breakfast to dessert, apples are so versatile. A few weeks ago, I spotted a selection of apples at a stand at the Bangor Farmers Market. They weren’t the prettiest apples I’ve seen, …
Glenn Charles, 51, of Lubec, recently rode across New England to raise awareness about local food systems. The project, called Farm-to-Table Cycle, was organized with Wholesome Wave, a Connecticut-based nonprofit.

400-mile solo cycle raises awareness on sustainable food systems, fresh food access

From farmers markets to fisheries, an awareness-raising project traveled through New England this month and shined a spotlight on the sustainability of food and food systems here. Spearheaded by a nonprofit group and a photographer, the project reached Maine last week for the final leg of its journey. Glenn Charles, …
URBAN EYE (blog)

Kennebunk chef to create original dish using Chef Boyardee ravioli on Food Network competition

For years Shanna O’Hea has lured diners to The Kennebunk Inn with lobster pot pies, lobster lo’Maine, lobster truffle pizza and umpteen other riffs on Maine’s killer crustacean at her Main Street brasserie Academe. Next Monday Oct. 6th, we will find out what O’Hea can do with a can of Chef …
FIA'S MAINE KITCHEN (blog)

Mom On The Go Meals: Crock Pot Lamb Roast & Gyros

I’ve only been a mom for six weeks, but one thing I have come to …
THAT VEGAN THING (blog)

How about a little barley with those sweet potatoes?

SWEET POTATO BARLEY BOWL When my wife told me we were going to have a …
EAT REAL (blog)

Welcome to the Farmer’s Market…Is That Your Child?

When I was growing up I had a lot of rules with which to contend. …
FILL THE STEINS (blog)

Can Kittery become the Sake brewing capital of America?

Maine has a rich history of microbreweries dating back decades and stretching the entire length of the state. But the latest brewery opening in Kittery in the next few months will not be serving up pale ales and porters, instead it is positioning itself to become a global leader in another beverage, the Japanese staple of sake.

From our food bloggers

Urban Eye

Culture and Caffeine with Kathleen Pierce

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Kennebunk chef competes on Food Network on Monday, September 29

Fill The Steins

Celebrating the College of Our Hearts Always!

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UMaine Hockey Coach Red Gendron Talks Black Bear Hockey on Monday, September 29

Eat Real

Local food. Eat well - be well.

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Welcome to the Farmer's Market...Is That Your Child? on Sunday, September 28

Fia's Maine Kitchen

Exploring Maine one bite at a time

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Mom On The Go Meals: Crock Pot Lamb Roast & Gyros on Friday, September 26

That Vegan Thing

Newscaster Powered by Plants

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How about a little barley with those sweet potatoes? on Friday, September 26

My Salty Kitchen

Simple, Elegant, Seasonal Recipes

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Fried Green Tomato Caprese Salad on Thursday, September 25

If My Coaster Could Talk

I'm not an alcoholic, I just believe it's still safer to drink beer than water

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Crossroads Beverage Co. brings "Beer Cave" to Newport on Thursday, September 25

Taste Buds

Recipes to solve the "what's for supper?" problem.

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A Tangy Lemon Sherbet on Tuesday, September 23

The (207) Foodie

Conquering the Portland Food Scene, 1 review at a time

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The Under $10 Lunch Club on Tuesday, September 23

Gardening in Tune with Nature

Learn what it takes to grow healthy plants in healthy soil.

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October in the Vegetable Garden on Monday, September 22

Journeys Over a Hot Stove

Humorous stories/anecdotes from my travels around the country, with simple, delicious recipes.

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Fabulous fluffy salt cod fritters - Bunuelos de Bacalao on Monday, September 22
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