MAINE COURSE
When my kids were particularly little, we had a little house set far back from the road. It was like a cocoon, a nest where they could run free. Our front porch only provided the slightest of views of the road. googletag.cmd.push(function () { //… Read More
    MAINE COURSE
    If you’d heard the crinkle of deli wrap coming from my direction in recent months, it’s because I’d fallen into a rut — the kind that involves too much takeout being consumed. It’s also the kind of rut that means several corrugated cardboard pizza boxes were sticking out… Read More
TASTE BUDS
It is Wednesday and tomorrow is the big annual Thanksgiving Feast for which I expect many of you are too busy cooking to even read this column. So when your turkey is all carved up and there are only fragments of pie left, but… Read More
    TASTE BUDS
    Chicken is such easy going stuff, amenable to all kinds of flavors, and manner of preparation whether stove top, oven, or grill. Most modern people don’t have to catch chickens, murder, pluck, and eviscerate them, and besides all that, we can buy vast quantities… Read More

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CAMDEN — The Camden Garden Club will hold its April meeting 9:30 a.m. Thursday, April 25, at the First Congregational Church, 55 Elm Street. David T. Handley, vegetable and small fruit specialist and cooperating professor of horticulture for the University of Maine will give a talk “Growing Strawberries… Read More
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