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Fresh Maine Salads: Innovative Recipes from Appetizers to Desserts Fresh Maine Salads: Innovative Recipes from Appetizers to Desserts
by Cynthia Finnemore Simonds
Innovative, delicious recipes from a Maine caterer, these salads go way beyond vegetables and way beyond being mere side dishes! Cynthia Simonds shows us how to think of salads as the feature of a meal. For example, a scrumptious salad, combined with fresh bagels or bread topped by one of Cynthia's savory spreads, makes a superb brunch.
Cooking Down East: Favorite Maine Recipes Cooking Down East: Favorite Maine Recipes
by Marjorie Standish
An outstanding collection of hearty, down-home Maine recipes for everything from fish chowder to apple pie. Marjorie Standish was a long-running food columnist for the Maine Sunday Telegram who spent years gathering her favorite recipes. Here they are, along with the best of her readers' suggestions.
Keep Cooking the Maine Way Keep Cooking the Maine Way
by Marjorie Standish
It was inevitable that fans would request a second book of tried-and-true Maine recipes from Marjorie Standish. Readers of her newspaper column shared their recipes generously, which gives this book a pleasing variety. "If you felt proud enough of your family recipes to share them in my column, then they have deep meaning for all of us, " she told her readers.
Wake Up & Smell the Coffee Wake Up & Smell the Coffee
by Laura Zahn
Innkeepers from more than 80 Bed and Breakfast Inns in New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont share their most popular recipes for beverages, muffins, breads, eggs, French toast, waffles, pancakes, coffeecakes, fruit, and preserves. There's holiday favorites as well. You'll want to try all 171 of these delectable recipes and, when you don't feel like cooking, use this book as a travel guide to enjoy the food and hospitality of these welcoming Bed and Breakfast Inns.
Best of the Best from New England Best of the Best from New England: Selected Recipes from the Favorite Cookbooks of Rhode Island, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire
by Gwen McKee (Editor), Barbara Moseley (Editor), Tupper England (Illustrator)
The Best of the Best From New England is one of Quail Ridge Press' acclaimed Best of the Best State Cookbook Series - continuing the tradition of Preserving America's Food Heritage. From Quail Ridge Press, publisher of fine cookbooks, the "Best of the Best" series is always the "best of the best." New England is a land of stately lighthouses and craggy coastlines; of white church steeples and breathtaking fall leaves; of friendly country stores and romantic old inns; of winding mountain lanes and thriving cities. And from this glorious setting, over 500 recipes have been collected to capture the cuisine of Rhode Island, Connecticut, Vermont, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine. One hundred and seven of New England's most popular cookbooks have been selected to contribute their favorite recipes to this collection, Each chosen recipe is a time-honored, proven favorite that typifies New England cooking. Included are famous New England recipes such as Seafood Chowder, Lobster Stew, Steamed Clams, New England Boiled Dinner, Mulled Cider, Indian Pudding, Molasses Cookies, Cranberry Chutney, Beach Plum Jelly, and of course, Boston Baked Beans and Steamed Brown Bread.

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