Eating in Maine: At Home, On the Town, and On the Road

Our guide to Maine dining, from the traditional clam shacks of the coast, to the best comfort food known only to locals, to the irresistible international cuisine exploding statewide. 288 full color, beautifully photographed pages, from Lobster Fra Diavolo to Amato’s Italian Sandwiches, let us guide you across the state and through the seasons. Available on Amazon.

Eating in Maine
Cold Weather Venison Chili

Cold-Weather Venison Chili

One of the (admittedly many) things that keeps me from true “Mainer” credibility is that I have never learned to cook venison…

Beef Chili with Bacon and Mushrooms
Bacon & Mushroom Beef Chili

Chili, made well, is serious business. You can’t just throw a pound of 80/20 ground beef, a can …

Beef Short Rib Chili with Beans

During a six month period in 2003, I found myself living as a bachelor in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Our r…

How to Start a Food Blog
Spiced Cider Cocktail

Spiced Cider Cocktail

I am about seven years late to the party, but I have become enamored with Mad Men. It took me a few episodes to become committed, but rig…

Triple Berry Summer Sangria
Triple Berry Summer Sangria

Growing up, we didn’t have a garden. We tried once when I was about nine or ten, but it was a sad atte…

Mint Julep
On the Rocks: The Mint Julep

A mint julep is made with just four ingredients: Water, sugar, mint, and bourbon. Because of the way t…

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