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Special Winter Issue: Chefs and Restaurants

Jan 13th, 2014 | By
Special Winter Issue: Chefs and Restaurants

Oh, the weather outside is indeed frightful. We’ve got frigid temperatures, snowstorms, and freezing rain affecting much of the country this season. But we’ve got the cure for that! As we hearty New Englanders know, getting out there and enjoying all this season as to offer is the best way to beat the winter blues.
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The Flavors of Fall

Sep 27th, 2013 | By
The Flavors of Fall

It’s as if Fall was created specifically for New England. How else can you explain the perfect slight chill in the air and the great produce like squash, pumpkins, and the myriad of delicious apples available at farm stands throughout the region? And don’t even get me started on the foliage that sets our landscape
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Summer is here! And, the new issue, too!

Jun 20th, 2013 | By
Summer is here! And, the new issue, too!

Summer has finally, most definitely arrived here in New England. After the cold, snowy winter that we had, we welcome the longer days of warm sunshine. It feels great to just be outside, exploring all the fantastic things our region has to offer. It’s no wonder why tourists have been coming to New England for
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[March] Beware of Nothing

Mar 4th, 2013 | By
[March] Beware of Nothing

I have to admit, I’ve been wrong about March. Until now, I thought March was the month when nothing happened. March was the quintessential middle child, if you will, stuck between romantic and wintry February, and sunny, flowery April. Even Shakespeare added to March’s bad mojo when he warned us all to “beware the ides
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Spring is in the Air!

Feb 28th, 2013 | By
Spring is in the Air!

  We just know that spring is in the air, and not a moment too soon. Here in the Northeast, we’ve had a winter full of short days, an overabundance of snow, and cabin fever was at an all-time high. But fear not, Spring is just around the corner. And we couldn’t be happier. In
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‘Tis the Season!

Nov 28th, 2012 | By
‘Tis the Season!

For those of us who love food, the holiday season really IS a very special time of year. When we think of Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s Day, we reminisce about holidays past, and look forward to getting together with family and friends. We feast on good food and wine (dieting during the holidays is not allowed!), and enjoy the time with loved ones. . .



[September] Sweet Corn

Sep 5th, 2012 | By
[September] Sweet Corn

The end of summer in New England heralds the gorgeous autumn foliage to come, but that’s not the only thing: September is sweet corn season, and we at Northeast FLAVOR couldn’t be more excited. In fact, corn is featured in the “Seasonal Flavors” section of our new issue! Snap up a copy today for great
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The Time is Ripe!

Aug 22nd, 2012 | By
The Time is Ripe!

Getting to experience four distinct seasons is one of the best perks of living in the Northeast. Spring seems so amazingly green after the stark white of winter snows. Summer at the coast is a time-honored tradition. Watching the first flakes of snow fall while you begin your holiday shopping really gets you in the
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The Summer issue is here!

May 21st, 2012 | By
The Summer issue is here!

Quick . . . when we say “summer food in New England”, what pops into your head? Lobster and the freshest possible shellfish eaten at a seaside shack? Throwing whatever you can think of on the grill at backyard barbeques? Unabashedly eating ice cream at a picnic table? We get that. After being cooped up
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A Cure for Cabin Fever!

Feb 10th, 2012 | By
A Cure for Cabin Fever!

This winter, we’ve enjoyed mild weather in New England — a lovely and welcome change! But that doesn’t mean we’re immune from Cabin Fever. There are cold snaps, head colds, dark days, and a smattering of snow here and there. The groundhog has seen his shadow, so we’re in for six more weeks of winter
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