POLL QUESTION
It’s a very small house, just 320 square feet, not including the sleeping loft. There is no television, the toilet is composting, and he pumps water from his well by hand. “An outsider might think this is old-fashioned living. But I think it’s pretty creative, really.” Read More
MAINE COURSE
Last week, my kids and I headed off on an adventure. Oh, the joys of summer adventuring … with the school year nearing (I won’t dare say that summer’s over — we all know it’s not yet!) I wanted to get a little fun and relaxation in before… Read More
    MAINE COURSE
    Waitresses in black shirts and white aprons glided from the kitchen window to the bar to the tables where customers awaited their orders. In the kitchen, a chef in his pristine whites cooked at a near constant pace. Occasionally flames rose, as he fired… Read More
TASTE BUDS
It is so good to see green beans setting abundantly on the plants out in the garden. I love green beans—eat them raw in the garden; blanch them and dip them in pesto mayonnaise or garlicky aioli; steam them and eat with butter, salt… Read More
    TASTE BUDS
    Yesterday, Tuesday, the 27th of November, was National French Toast Day. Don’t ask me how these days are designated; how come it wasn’t National Turkey Soup Day? Well, there you go. googletag.cmd.push(function () { // Define Slot var slot_sizes = [[300,250]]; var new_slot_sizes =… Read More

More from Homestead

    CAMDEN — Lucas Fischer and Emma McGurren were honored as this year’s scholarship recipients by Camden Garden Club at their annual luncheon held on June 13 at the Samoset Resort.  Lucas, a 2019 graduate of Camden Hills Regional High School will attend Yale University in the fall to… Read More
BANGOR – Women who own or manage farmland in Maine are invited to participate in free discussions focused on soil health the week of July 9-11. These programs – sponsored by the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and Women, Food and Agriculture Network (WFAN) – are titled “Women… Read More