Food

  • Changes for Two Bucksport Waterfront Buildings

    BUCKSPORT — The owners of two neighboring waterfront buildings have big plans for their properties. In February, Bangor-based Leadbetter Realty Trust purchased the building that once housed The View Restaurant and Dockside Variety at 96 Main St. “Our plan overall is to tear it down in the spring and put a building up in the

  • Verona Island’s Seabreeze Restaurant Has New Owner

    VERONA ISLAND — The new owner of Seabreeze Restaurant does not have many changes in mind for the Route 1 dining spot. “What’s been here has worked for the past six years,” said Noell Fuller. The Verona Island resident said she decided to lease the business because she has always dreamed of being her own

  • Number One

    Ellsworth chef Brian Langley, who opened the Union River Lobster Pot in 1996, is the Maine Restaurant Association’s 2009 Restaurateur of the Year.

  • Number One

    Ellsworth chef Brian Langley, who opened the Union River Lobster Pot in 1996, is the Maine Restaurant Association’s 2009 Restaurateur of the Year. Langley, who also taught culinary arts at Hancock County Technical Center for 30 years, is being honored for his restaurant’s seamless service and premise to give customers what they want. Association CEO

  • Free Seeds

    Campbell Soup Co. is making available custom-cultivated seeds used to grow tomatoes for its iconic Tomato Soup. Through June 21, each household that purchases any variety Campbell’s condensed soup and enters the code on the can at HelpGrowYourSoup.com can request a free packet of Campbell’s tomato seeds to plant in their own back yards and windowsills.

  • Free Seeds

    Campbell Soup Co. is making available custom-cultivated seeds used to grow tomatoes for its iconic Tomato Soup. Through June 21, each household that purchases any variety Campbell’s condensed soup and enters the code on the can at HelpGrowYourSoup.com can request a free packet of Campbell’s tomato seeds to plant in their own back yards and

  • Making Whoopie

    Maine and Mainers’ love of the black-and-white cake sandwich made it into The New York Times on March 17. The treat, available at bakeries and convenience stores throughout the state, “would probably be Maine’s state dessert, if the state had one,” The Times reported.

  • Making Whoopie

    Maine and Mainers’ love of the black-and-white cake sandwich made it into The New York Times on March 17. The treat, available at bakeries and convenience stores throughout the state, “would probably be Maine’s state dessert, if the state had one,” The Times reported. Whoopie pies are thought to have originated in Pennsylvania, where Amish