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Country Kitchen: A Kitchen Window To the World
By Mary Emma Allen My mom enjoyed gazing out a window while washing dishes and recalled the window of her childhood above the pantry sink. For years she bemoaned the fact that, in ...
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Country Kitchen: Applesauce and Butter Time
Apple season is upon us, that time of year when my grandchildren enjoy making applesauce from the freshly picked fruit. We eat it as a side dish with our meals, stirred into desserts, ...
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Country Kitchen: Autumn's Harvest
As autumn approaches, with chill frosty nights, often sunny days, and leaves changing color, we harvest the remaining foods from the garden and fruit from the orchards. If we don't ha ...
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Country Kitchen: Barbecuing Season
With the approach of summer, barbecuing season has begun in New England. In areas further south, we find that this is nearly a year-round activity or way of preparing meals. Some fam ...
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Country Kitchen: Blueberry Treats
As the wild blueberries ripen around our home, we know it's time to look for our recipes using this tasty morsel. One of my favorites of summer, blueberries, both wild and cultivated, ...
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Country Kitchen: Breadmaking Memories
By Mary Emma Allen The aroma of freshly baked bread permeated my aunt's farmhouse kitchen. She baked and cooked many other foods and pastries, but her homemade bread made the most im ...
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Country Kitchen: Capturing Holiday Memories
The holiday seasons of November and December provide a wealth of opportunities to create memories. Many types of celebrations may have evolved in your family and come from an accumulat ...
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Country Kitchen: Cheese-A Tasty, Nourishing Food
Cheese has been a popular food for centuries and a common substitute for meat. It's found on numerous diets and is a standby for protein in many countries. However, in recent years, ...
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Country Kitchen: Cook-to-Cook Letter Writing
My family has consisted of letter writers throughout the years.  I’vefound letters from mother to daughter or brother to sister, dating back 100 years.  Ihave reams of my mo ...
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Country Kitchen: Cookie Jar Memories
By Mary Emma Allen When I saw the big red apple cookie jar midst the jumble of belongings in the old farmhouse where I grew up, I realized it had survived the years since my childhoo ...
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Country Kitchen: Cookies-A Favorite Holiday Treat
Once Thanksgiving is over, our thoughts turn to Christmas baking and making treats we can serve during the holidays. Cookies seem to be one of the favorites. They can be made ahead, ar ...
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Summer Harvest Tea

Before the cool weather sets in, enjoy the bounty of your herb, flower and vegetable gardens by giving a Summer Harvest Tea Party. Plan your theme around the garden, invite friends and family. Don't make it a formal affair, but rather a way to celebrate everyone's gardens and share produce, flowers, seeds and advice.

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Harvesting and Using Summer Squash

Summer squash is one of my favorite vegetables. I love the yellow summer squash in particular. They should be harvested while still tender, when they have a "glossy" appearance and are still small. You will most likely need to harvest daily once they start to appear.

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