Food

  • Franklin Woman Forges Community Ties through Indian Cooking

    SULLIVAN — In planning her Indian cooking workshop, Gunjan Gilbert wanted students to prepare a traditional Indian “Thali,” which in Hindi means plate or meal, and in this case included a flatbread (bhature), basmati rice, two vegetarian dishes (sambhar and wada), and a creamy chicken curry (malai chicken). As she directed the Sumner Memorial High

  • Winter Harbor Doughnuts Stir Memories and Cooking Flurry

    Anyone who ever spent more than 15 minutes in Winter Harbor between about 1980 and the fall of 1994 probably had a doughnut, and much more, at the Donut Hole, a shingled structure that hung over Henry’s Cove in the center of town. Owner Grace Gerrish still lives in town and said her late husband,

  • Bake Your Own

    Retired German physician Karin Anderson is offering to teach the fine art of European bread making in Friday and Saturday sessions in Bar Harbor. The classes, limited to four to six participants, cover making baguettes, sourdough, multigrain and classic German rye breads. Classes run from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday and 9 a.m. to

  • Spring Ritual

    Lisa Reilich and Jordan Godino and daughters invite the public to learn how maple syrup is made and see their newborn goat kids from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 22, at Painted Pepper Farm in Steuben. A participant in Maine’s annual Maple Syrup Sunday festivities, the Down East farm will have maple syrup, candy,

  • Craving Chocolate

    In Ellsworth, Chocolate Barn founder Heather Fowler’s whoopie pies are now for sale at The Bud Connection/Chocolate Barn at 89 Main St. The confections sell for around $1.80 apiece. For more information, stop by or call at 667-9595.

  • Craving Chocolate

    In Ellsworth, Chocolate Barn founder Heather Fowler’s whoopie pies are now for sale at The Bud Connection/Chocolate Barn at 89 Main St. The confections sell for around $1.80 apiece. For more information, stop by or call at 667-9595.

  • No Scandal In Bohemia

    The Bohemian Highway in Northern California winds through a very pretty 10-mile stretch of Sonoma County. Sonoma County is to wine grapes what Calaveras County is to jumping frogs. The Napa-based producers of Bohemian Highway wines say their wine, like the highway after which it is named, “embodies the casual, free-flowing spirit you’ll find along