Baking Chez Moi and Vous with Dorie Greenspan

by Kate H. Knapp
Baking Chez Moi and Vous with Dorie Greenspan

It’s really quite impossible not to adore Dorie Greenspan. With several incredible cookbooks under her belt–Baking: From My Home to Yours, Around My French Table, and Baking With Julia (yes, the Julia Child)–a lovely blog, and a very popular baking club, Tuesdays With Dorie, as well as the sweetest smile and an ever-so-friendly disposition, she is

Handmade Gifts: Slow Cooker Apple Butter

by Kate H. Knapp
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Holidays can be stressful, but gift giving doesn’t have to be. We’ve turned to our favorite bloggers to find the very best handmade, edible gifts that are sure to make your season merry and bright. Keep an eye out as we will feature a new gift (or two) each week!  As the holi-daze arrive, I’m

What We’re Loving: Apples

by Kate H. Knapp
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There is a very good reason “the apple of my eye” is a term of endearment: apples are synonymous with love. And what’s not to love? Whether it’s in a pie, tart, sauce, or encased in caramel, this versatile fruit is the epitome of fall. So we feel fairly justified in full-force swooning over the

Apple Dutch Baby

by Shelby Larsson
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With fall in full swing, I have been cooking and baking with apples more than anything else these past few weeks. Time and time again, I find myself pulling The Apple Lover’s Cookbook off my kitchen shelf, looking through its pages for fool-proof recipes that inspire me to use my favorite fruit in new ways.

What We’re Loving: Apples

by Ariela Rose
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Apples. As sure a sign of fall as the mosaic of colors that dot the New England landscape. Crunchy, tart, sweet. Apples come in every creed and color versatile enough to suit any fall-taster’s palette. Yes, we too love the adventure of apple picking, navigating the narrow rows of our favorite orchards, balancing on the

Apple Pie Oatmeal

by Maggie Battista
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Plain and simple, I woke craving apple pie for breakfast. Weekends are typically made for pancakes slathered with butter and maple syrup around these parts, but I had a big bowl of local apples and really wanted pie. I didn’t have any dough handy and I figured someone (likely, my mother) would take issue with

Beet and Apple Salad

by Jill Chen
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This is a wonderful time of year. Farmer’s markets everywhere are brimming with the vivid colors of the early Fall harvest. This Beet & Apple Salad is not only delicious and so pretty, the crisp combo of earthy sweetness from the beets and tarty sweetness from the apples is a perfect way to bid farewell

Apple Squash Gratin

by Shelby Larsson
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When we heard about Amy Traverso’s new apple-obsessed cookbook, Shelby and I were eager to give it a test drive. As Senior Lifestyle Editor at Yankee magazine, Amy knows New England and, lucky for all of us, she knows apples too. Amy will be signing her new book this Saturday, September 24 at our Local

Mixed Berry Crostata

by Meagan Micozzi
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I became acquainted with crostatas several years ago and now I churn them out regularly like nobody’s business. Crostatas are basically a low-rent version of a pie or tart:   they are messy to eat, not particularly easy on the eyes, but they are absolutely delicious and simple to prepare. In fact, they are so

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