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New England Boiled Dinner {aka ~ Corned Beef & Cabbage} New England Boiled Dinner {aka ~ Corned Beef & Cabbage} By 03/11/13 01:31 New England Boiled Dinner ... corned beef, cabbage, carrots, onions, potatoes, and turnip all simmered together until tender ... oh, how I had forgotten how much I love you! I grew up on this stuff. But until last weekend, I had never made it myself. And,...
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Continuing with Early New England Settlers, 1600-1700 Continuing with Early New England Settlers, 1600-1700 By The Yankee Chef 06/25/14 16:22 Beeford Richard, lived at Gloucester, Mass. in 1643. Beers or Beere Anthony, son of John and 5th generation from Nicholas de Bere, settled with his uncle Richard and brother James in New England pre-1659 when he is listed as living in Fairfield, Conn.....
New England Style Hot Dog Buns New England Style Hot Dog Buns By Tide and Thyme 06/20/14 15:50 There’s nothing quite like a homemade roll to put a hamburger or a hot dog on. I’d been making my own for quite some time now, and haven’t looked back since. A basic dough, rise, then shape and re-rise before baking. But, after receiving this New England...
Forking it on the Road in England: Dinner by Heston Blumenthal Forking it on the Road in England: Dinner by Heston Blumenthal By Pick Up The Fork 05/23/14 21:34 I only really had to know two things before eating at highly acclaimed Dinner by Heston Blumenthal: Meat Fruit and Tipsy Cake. Set in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, legendary Heston Blumenthal’s (of the famed Fat Duck) two-Michelin-starred restaurant had...
England England By Inside a British Mum's Kitchen 05/11/14 22:30 At the hideous hour of 3am tomorrow morning my alarm clock will shock me out of a deep slumber and I will wearily make my way to the airport. Even with my absurd and slightly embarrassing neurosis about flying I'm so looking forward to stepping foot in...
Continuing with Early New England Settlers, 1600-1700 Continuing with Early New England Settlers, 1600-1700 By The Yankee Chef 03/04/14 00:06 Pine Tree Shilling, 17th century Beachen Robert was at Fairfield, Conn. in 1669 Beadle Nathaniel was at Salem, Mass. in 1670 Samuel was living at Charlestown, Mass. in 1658, then Salem, Mass.. Thomas, brother of Nathaniel, was at Salem, Mass. pre-1679 Beal,...
Clandestine Cake Club Bolton - This is England Clandestine Cake Club Bolton - This is England By Dollybakes 01/26/14 18:37 Here's me thinking people are far too health conscious for cake in January... Last year we had a disastrous start to the year, and our first meeting of 2013 ended up being a virtual meet up after Bolton received a foot of snow. I think about five of us...
Nfl Conference Championship–New England @ Denver Nfl Conference Championship–New England @ Denver By Taste of the Teams 01/16/14 00:56 There’s only four teams left in the playoffs, and these are truly the best of the bunch..this year. For the first of two games on Sunday (Jan.19), the New England Patriots travel to Denver to take on the Broncos for a 3pm game. This week we have enormous...
Continuing with Early New England Settlers, 1600-1700 Continuing with Early New England Settlers, 1600-1700 By The Yankee Chef 01/14/14 03:10 Barnum Thomas was at Fairfield, Conn. pre-1662, then to Norwalk and Danbury, Conn. in 1684. Barrell George was at Boston in 1638 John, bro. of preceeding, was at Boston in 1643 John, was at Watertown, Mass. pre-1658, leaving no male issue William, brother...
Boston Brown Bread(or New England Brown Bread) Boston Brown Bread(or New England Brown Bread) By The Yankee Chef 01/11/14 19:49 The story and beginnings of this deliciously sweet brown bread is simple and confusing at the same time. Many historians will have you believe that it evolved from the basic "Thirdings"(see below) while others will tell you it all started with "Rye and...
Continuing with New England Settlers between 1600-1700 Continuing with New England Settlers between 1600-1700 By The Yankee Chef 01/11/14 15:49 I have put the last name of the individual in bold, larger case lettering while the first name will be in italics for easier reading. Balkan Alexander, b. 1635 and was at Portsmouth, R.I. in 1663 then to Providence Ball Allen, lived in New Haven, Connecticut...
Nfl Division Playoffs–Indianapolis @ New England Nfl Division Playoffs–Indianapolis @ New England By Taste of the Teams 01/09/14 02:46 The second game of this Saturday’s matchups features the New England Patriots hosting the Indianapolis Colts for an 8:15pm kickoff. This one is a “Chowder (or chow-dah) Bowl” where I’ll be cooking a corn chowder for Indy and a clam chowder for the Pats....
New England Clam Chowder New England Clam Chowder By WholeYum 12/04/13 11:53 This is a big bowl of crazy deliciousness I found on Divine Healthy Food, a must make for December get togethers! Suitable for vegan & gluten free.
New England Clam Chowder New England Clam Chowder By WholeYum 11/22/13 12:34 New England Clam Chowder Learn how to make clam chowder from fresh caught clams. Tagged Under chowder clam new england recipe romance soup momwhatsfordinner Christi is a published cookbook Author, Blogger, Freelance Writer, Chef, Wife, Mother, Obsessive...
A Glimpse of  Glorious Cornwall, England A Glimpse of Glorious Cornwall, England By The Café Sucré Farine 09/28/13 21:44 The Café has taken up residence "on the other side of the Pond", in the UK for ten days where we've been visiting our daughter and her family in London. Scott and I snuck away for three days and visited Cornwall, located in the lower southwestern tip of...
Clandestine Cake Club Bolton - England's Green and Pleasant Land Clandestine Cake Club Bolton - England's Green and Pleasant Land By Dollybakes 09/01/13 21:41 I met my lovely friend Chris through the Horwich WI. Back in March, Lucie, Jenny and I did a presentation to our group on the wonders of the Clandestine Cake Club, and why we love it so. We even brought cakes and a few of our members so they could really...
A Glorious Week in England, a Royal Baby and Chocolate Chip Cookies A Glorious Week in England, a Royal Baby and Chocolate Chip Cookies By Inside a British Mum's Kitchen 07/29/13 03:45 My youngest daughter and I have just returned from the most glorious visit to England. It's always wonderful to visit my homeland or "the old country" as my lovely father-in-law used to refer to it but last week was indeed a very special week for England....
A Glorious Week in England, a Royal Baby and Chocolate Chip Cookies A Glorious Week in England, a Royal Baby and Chocolate Chip Cookies By Inside a British Mum's Kitchen 07/29/13 02:37 My youngest daughter and I have just returned from the most glorious visit to England. It's always wonderful to visit my homeland or "the old country" as my lovely father-in-law used to refer to it but last week was indeed a very special week for England....
New England Style Baked Beans New England Style Baked Beans By The Iowa Housewife 04/15/13 08:30 Having recently bought a brown bean pot at our local (next town) thrift store, I had to bake some beans. Yes, I know, I really didn’t have to, but I wanted to. We are fans of the dark, no tomato style of baked beans, B & M in the brown jar was what we grew...
New England Baked Beans-Better Late Than Never New England Baked Beans-Better Late Than Never By The Yankee Chef 04/03/13 03:35 I realize winter is about over and autumn is a stretch away, but beans beans, that magical fruit has been on my mind all winter and I have yet to make them until now. From the lumber camps of old to the family breakfast of the affluent, baked beans have...
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