Planning a Summer Supper on the Grill

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By Himanee Gupta-Carlson   A great perk of summer is eating outdoors. My husband and I do this as often as we can manage. About 7 p.m., he gathers up wood and gets a fire going in our old charcoal goal. As the wood burns down to coals, I prep. Then, we cook and eat […]

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Cracking the Code for Chowder

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By Pattie Garrett What’s more American than apple pie? Along the Eastern Seaboard, the answer could very well be clam chowder, specifically New England clam chowder. Despite the variations – Manhattan, Rhode Island – the classic chowder is New England. Chowder originated in fishing villages along the coasts of France and Britain. Fishermen returning from […]

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New farmer brings the ‘moxie’ to her work

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By Himanee Gupta-Carlson   Leah Hennessy decided to become a farmer on the day she had her first affectionate encounter with a goat. Now the owner of Moxie Ridge Farm & Creamery, one of the Saratoga Farmers’ Market’s newer vendors, Hennessy recalls that she was on a business trip as a wine consultant in Provence, […]

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