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Mainely Gourmet - A Day in Bath
Breakfast at the Starlight Cafe, Lunch at Mae's Cafe & Bakery and Dinner at Solo Bistro
Mainely Gourmet - Thistle Inn, Boothbay Harbor
Fine dining, a pub experience, or both. Your choice.
Mainely Gourmet - Senator Inn & Slates Restaurant
Different Venues, Different Menus: Cloud Nine at the Senator Inn, Augusta., and Slates Restaurant and Bakery, Hallowell
Mainely Gourmet - Two Village Stores - Owls Head General Store and The Sea Store
Not the same as in the old days, but good nevertheless.
Mainely Gourmet - Portland: Becky's and Street & Co.
Attractive Opposites in Portland: Becky’s and Street & Co.
Mainely Gourmet - Castine: The Pentagoet Inn
Mainely Gourmet: The Pentagoet Inn: Bouillabaisse Redux
Awanadjo Almanack - Issue 104
There was a time when nearly all the earth’s fresh water was drinkable.
Growing Your Own Citrus
Bring some of summer's ‘zest’ indoors for the winter with a citrus tree in a pot.
Mainely Gourmet - Freeport: Lunch at Old World Gourmet Deli or the Sunrise Café
Mainely Gourmet: Freeport Lunch
The Fixers - Fred Murphy, Waterville's Cobbler
By Greg Rossel One man’s hands-on approach promotes quality over quantity.
Poinsettias: Brilliant history, colorful plant
The holiday poinsettia takes a little care and delivers a lot of seasonal color.
Harvest Time at Moody Cranberry Bog
The cranberry harvest at the Moody's bog is a family affair.
Mainely Gourmet - The Village Inn
Mainely Gourmet: The Village Inn, Belgrade Lakes
Mainely Gourmet - Damariscotta River Grill
Mainely Gourmet: Damariscotta River Grill
Parsnips: Slow Roots, Sweet Anticipation
Milton Parsons told me he likes to watch parsnips grow. He’s been watching them for 20 years at his farm in Union.