New England Kitchen
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This page is dedicated to New England recipes, locally grown food, nutrition and special interest food topics. Most of the topics are audio and downloadable. Enjoy and if you feel inspired - leave a comment or, even better, share a recipe.
• ROASTED PORK PICNIC SHOULDER
A good Frugal Yankee follows the grocery store circulars. Every couple of months Picnic Shoulder goes on sale. The picnic shoulder is an inexpensive alternative to ham. It comes from the lower part of the pig's shoulder. Click on the title or the picture for a useful, basic recipe.
• FRUGAL REPORT: THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS
Doesn't always seem we make more than what is eaten?
And what do we do with all that great food? Have leftovers!
We've done some research, have some ideas and found a few places for
you to explore the delight of leftovers.
Recipe: MAPLE SYRUP TARTS
This is a very simple recipe.
You can jazz it up with pecans, raspberries
or something else, but even in its
most basic state this is a crowd pleaser.
Recipe: MAPLE SYRUP PIE
When its fall in New England, the Frugal Yankee craves tasty, sweet food.
This is a simple dessert recipe that should please anyone wearing a plaid shirt.
You can make it even easier by using a store bought pie crust.
Recipe: CIDER BRAISED CABBAGE
Cabbage is one of those cruciferous vegetables. They are really good for you, but after cole slaw and corned beef and cabbage, there isn't a lot of good recipes.
Well, check this baby out.
It comes from our good friends over at Maine Food & Lifestyle.
Recipe: MAPLE ROASTED VENISON
The Frugal Yankee found this recipe in the NY Times.
With deer hunting season fast approaching, you may know a hunter or two.
One way to get some fresh venison is to prepare this tasty meal.
As always, the Frugal Yankee is available to help you chow down.
Recipe: BLACK FOREST CHERRY CAKE
I don't known about you, but when the weather turns cooler,
my tastes in desert get decidedly darker, as in dark chocolate!
The Frugal Yankee found this recipe on Gather.com and
it warmed the cockles of his gastronomical desires.
Recipe: ROASTED PUMPKIN SEEDS
Halloween means pumpkins,
but before your toss the innards into the trash or compost bin,
think about making a healthy snack.
Recipe: GAREN'S GRANOLA
Easy to make and healthy.
Even better tasting and better yet, easy to adapt to your preferences.
Whether it's for you or your family, this is a good way start to the day.
Recipe: STEAMED LOBSTER
We all think we know how, but here is a fool proof method to making that most delectable of New England foods.
Recipe: ROASTED SWEET POTATO
These crowd pleaser is healthy, tasty and portable. Great for sides and snacks.
Just because it wasn't on the Pilgrim's menu doesn't mean we can't love it. From the New Bedford section of New England comes PORTUGUESE GREEN SOUP. It features kale or broccoli or collards, or all three. Whatever you chose, it's a tasty, crowd pleaser.
The cranberry is a native American food tied to New England & Thanksgiving. Try this simple, but excellent recipe. It comes from Dot Angley from Carver, MA's Flax Pond Farms. After making this dish, check out our conversation with her husband, Jack, He tells us what it's like to be a cranberry farmer these days.
Here's a tasty little BBQ sauce recipe we came acros. It uses two of the Frugal Yankee's favorite foods - maple syrup and peaches. We never thought of combining them in a recipe. let alone in a BBQ sauce, but the result is surprising. Let us know if you'd like more recipes like this.
OK, so you won't find this recipe in an old Boston cookbook, but this will sure please any Frugal Yankee in your house, especially on those days when the air is crisp and there's a football game on.
Audio: HOT NEW BBQ
Ribs, burgers, hot dogs - barbecue. Annie Coops grills BBQ differently - oysters, bread, asparagus and more. Learn more about her new, hot, but cool BBQ.
Audio: THE TRUTH ABOUT BBQS
Is it a biological imperative that men need to burn large slabs of meat over an open flame? Perhaps the answer is yes. The Frugal Yankees explore that proposition plus factoids about BBQs and cool tips to be the king of the pit.
Audio: SAMURAI TO SUPERMARKET
Sushi, raw fish, seaweed - from samurai to the supermarket, sushi has had a long strange trip. Author Trevor Corson's new book offers a tasty look at America's fascination with this Japanese import.
Audio: SAVVY WEIGHT LOSS
Smart tips to lose weight. Most diets don't work, but there is hope. The Frugal Yankees talk with Dr. David Dodson from Newton-Wellesley Hospital and he has smart, savvy ways for your to lose weight and keep it off.
Audio: MICROWAVES: Getting Nuked
Hit the start button as Good Housekeeping's Sharon Franke dispels myths, reveals tips and shares recipes stemming from under utilized irradiating appliance.
LINKS FOR MORE NEW ENGLAND RECIPES
Looking for more recipes? Here are a few links that may help. be sure and tell them the frugal yankee sent you.
NEW ENGLAND COOKS
NEW ENGLAND RECIPES
VERMONT LIVING RECIPES
BEST RECIPES IN NE
RECIPES FROM CABOT CHEESE
PLACES TO FIND UNIQUE NEW ENGLAND FOODS
Locally grown cheese, made the way it should be.
Jack & Dot Angey's CRANBERRY FARM
Visit two of New England's finest farmers. Tell the Frugal Yankee sent you.
Also Google "Farmer's Markets" by state and you'll find great locally grown food near you. Tell them the Frugal Yankee sent you.
And come back soon, we're constantly adding more and more.
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