Category Archives: Made in Maine
A friend who joined us for dinner one evening last week surprised us with a sweet treat for dessert: mini tarts from the Bread Shack in Auburn, Maine.
Last week we visited the Lewiston Winter Farmers’ Market at St. Mary’s Nutrition Center. We were impressed with the wide variety of products including produce, seafood, sausage, fair trade organic coffee, farm fresh eggs, herbal products, soaps, baked goods and … Continue reading
Our friend Robin, of Streaked Mountain Herbs and Crafts, made a delicious batch of raspberry maple syrup this year which she shared with us this holiday season. I was impressed with the depth of maple and raspberry flavors, and surprised … Continue reading
This year, one of my teaching partners gave me a wonderful Christmas present of herbal products from Common Folk Farm in Naples, Maine.
One of my favorite easy dinners to make with fresh sauerkraut is a reuben sandwich, light on the meat and heavy on the kraut.
On Veteran’s Day we decided to take a little road trip to Waldoboro, Maine to visit Morse’s Sauerkraut and stock up on the good stuff. This trip has been a Fall tradition for my family for quite a few years.
This recipe is from one of my favorite cookbooks: Hometown Cooking in New England, a collection of recipes from community cookbooks from all over New England. I’m not quite sure why these are considered “Maine Popovers” since the recipe is … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago we traveled to Fredericksburg, Virgina to celebrate a family wedding. The day before the wedding, we had a great time canoeing on the Rappahannock River on Old Town canoes, starting and finishing the trip at … Continue reading
On our way home from the Common Ground Fair we stopped in Hallowell to have dinner at The Liberal Cup, where I ordered my favorite item on their menu as a starter: Beer Cheese Soup. This soup is made with … Continue reading
My favorite things about MOFGA’s (Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association) Common Ground Fair are the wide variety of interesting and delicious foods available, and the informative presentations related to organic farming and environmental awareness. After waiting in a long … Continue reading