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Classic Frittata with Maine Ingredients

On our trip to Bread Camp in Maine, Suzen and I stopped at her cousins’ organic dairy farm in China, Maine. That is Spencer and Page, Suzi’s cousins, there in the group shot. And that is Suzi petting the calf. Her cousins have 130 head of Jersey cows, with 65 milking at any one time.…

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Goat Cheese and Caramelized Onion Mashed Potatoes

Mashed potatoes are a staple for many of us. Topped with butter and gravy, it’s a key comfort food. Mashed potatoes are almost never boring. But, … Well, sometimes you do want those mashed wonders but you want them different. This recipe is defines that different and delicious. With one cup of goat cheese added,…

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Cast Iron Potato Gratin

  Do you have a surplus of potatoes, critters that won’t make it for another month in your refrigerator? Do you have craving for steak that is pokable red on the outside but crispy black on top? Then you have the plan for a perfect meal, one that is easily created. The steak you probably…

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Salmon and Tri-Color Potato Hash

There is no way to deny it: “hash” is a four-letter word. Using the word often denotes something either derogatory or low quality. Did you make a hash of that last speech? In computer science, a hash table is a good thing, a way of finding data. But a hash function is a cryptography technique…

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