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Stonewall kitchen

while traveling throughout Maine we stopped at a quaint coffee shop and got talking to some locals. They advised us to stop by a quaint kitchen store down the road. 127 more words

There's no R in August...

… but we ate them anyway.

There was a time when oysters were eaten only in the 8 months that contained an R in the name. 158 more words

New Hampshire

Camp Fire Meals Gone Gourmet

There’s nothing quite like a meal cooked over an open fire and enjoyed al fresco with good company. Whether you prefer to spend your weekends away by the sea or by the lake, we recommend taking the time to enjoy a meal cooked over a camp fire. 627 more words

Tips From The Kitchen

Three Ingredient Fried Chicken Wings

I’m taking an uncomplicated route to good fried chicken wings these days.  No more frying chicken wings till golden brown and crispy then brushing or tossing in different mixtures like warm peach preserve and other easy to make sauces – that’s how I used to LOVE to cook and eat it.  564 more words

Gasparillo Junction

Day 25 - Roasted Garlic Aioli

You see it on sandwiches, served alongside crudité and in various other places – but what is an aioli exactly? While it’s tempting to describe aioli as a mayonnaise, simply because of its texture and the common ingredients of egg yolk and lemon juice, aioli packs the punch with one additional ingredient – garlic. 359 more words

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Day 23 - Balsamic Fig Dressing

We’ve created and developed many salad dressings over the years, but none quite as special as our Balsamic Fig Dressing, which launched in 2008. Although intense with balsamic flavor and rich fig, this Company Classic has been one of our go-to dressings for many, many salads over the years as it is so versatile. 332 more words

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