The Country Kitchen

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Country Kitchen: Native Bounty of Autumn
Some of the wild bounty from the field and gardens of the Native Americans and early settlers included squash, pumpkins, and corn. From the natives, the Plymouth and Jamestown settlers learn ...
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Country Kitchen: Organizing Recipes into a Collection
Instead of recipes tossed into a cardboard box as my mother did, even though it brought back many memories when I found the container years later, there are other more efficient ways to orga ...
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Country Kitchen: Organizing Your Recipes
"How do I organize my recipes?" a reader asked me. She had printed off recipes she liked and enclosed them in plastic sleeves. (for details on how to print pages that aren't printer friendly ...
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Country Kitchen: Pioneer Foods of Early America
By Mary Emma Allen As a project to accompany my childrenÂ’s story,"Sarah JaneÂ’s Daring Deed," about a pioneer family in early New Hampshire, I began to research the foods ...
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Country Kitchen: Pumpkin Time of Year
These orange globes of autumn dot the fields and gardens. They're stacked in piles around farm stands. My husband and I saw a church yard colored orange by the multitudes of pumpkins ...
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Country Kitchen: Quick Summer Recipes
During the busy days of summer my daughter and I look for quick recipes we can prepare without turning on a hot oven or make without effort after a day at work. This is a season of ba ...
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Country Kitchen: Remembering Early Cooking Experiences
Do you recall some of your earliest cooking experiences? Were they successful or a disaster? Do you look back upon them with nostalgia or humor? These incidents help create a heritag ...
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Country Kitchen: Salad Sense for Summer
By Mary Emma Allen Summer brings the season when we often think of salads, foods that can be prepared without heating up the kitchen. This once was a major consideration, in the day ...
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Country Kitchen: Season of Spring Rains
By Mary Emma Allen As I sit listening to the rain against the windows, I'm reminded of the little rhyme we sing-songed in my childhood: "Rain, rain go away. Come again another day. ...
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Country Kitchen: Soups For Those Frigid Days
By Mary Emma Allen As the temperature hovered around zero today and the wind blew outside our home, I decided that a hearty soup would be perfect for a meal. This reminded me of my ...
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Country Kitchen: Spark Your Cooking With Herbs and Spices
A dash of basil in sautéed mushrooms, dill sprinkled on boiled carrots, bay leaf in stew, cucumbers with mayonnaise and dill, and cinnamon in oatmeal pudding. These were a few of t ...
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Seasonal Feature
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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