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Amy’s Thanksgiving Recipes Featured on the Food Network

Amy’s Thanksgiving Recipes Featured on the Food Network

Sara Moulton of the Food Network reveals the secrets to the perfect Thanksgiving. Sara finds the secrets to the tastiest thanksgiving, plus she’ll share insider tips so you can make your meal beautiful, plentiful and stress-free. Check out my 3 featured recipes, Carrot and Parsnip Swirl,  Mashed Potatoes with Leeks and Sour Cream, and Cornbread Stuffing with Sausage […]

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Whose Farm, What Table?

Whose Farm, What Table?

Your local celebrity chef Amy Chamberlain is featured in this Fall’s edition of Stratton Magazine “Whose Farm, What Table?” The article is about how today’s biggest food trend is alive and well in the Northshire. The full article will load below or you can read it here.  

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Family Style

Family Style

Phew. With the great weather and social scene here in Manchester, summer is simply flying by. Catering is in full force, chanterelles are piling into the kitchen (yummmmmm) and the restaurant has been super busy. The rain showers have been on and off and our garden is bursting at the seams with beans, beets, tomatoes, […]

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Spring is on the way… someday.

Spring is on the way… someday.

I know that Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, but this is ridiculous!  We are being patient, very patient. Those ramps and fiddleheads and morel mushrooms are under there somewhere. Beer battered deep fried fiddleheads are among the favorites here during springtime at The Wife.  Sometimes when I go away for vacation I miss the whole season. That’s not […]

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Eat Good Food!

Eat Good Food!

Last Saturday I spoke at a public, informational event at our local library called “From the Ground Up: Farm, Food, Table.”  It’s a topic that I am very passionate about.  Certainly it would be easier to conjure up the passion if I could see the ground or eat a freshly picked tomato.  Lucky for me, […]

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