One of the many reasons I love working for Yankee Magazine is the ever-present excuse I have to browse antique shops throughout the region – all in the name of knowledge and research. I browse with equal enthusiasm for art, books, jewelry, knick-knacks…but I confess the first objects my eyes dart around the room for […]
As some of you may know if you follow me on Twitter or Facebook, I was recently delighted to have the opportunity to do a few guest blog spots on Yankee magazine’s website. The first was exploring the Legend of Andama Bread, a New England classic with a humorous past. The second was highlighting a […]
If you’re craving the sweetness of fruit in a quick-bread, but are holding out for the seasonal berries that will start appearing with the farmer’s markets, this might be just the quick-bread to tide you over.
March is a dreary month in New England. We are sick of snow and desperate for sunshine and warmth, but nature isn’t quite ready to commit to spring. It’s lions and lambs all month long…warm and summery one day, and snowing the next. The one redeeming thing about March in New England is two […]