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  • Those are just a few of the ways you can experience Maine through food when you're on vacation. A new book called "Dishing Up Maine" offers recipes for classic Maine dishes like baked beans, strawberry shortcake and blueberry muffins, as well as listings for culinary experiences around the state, from farmers markets and food festivals, to lobster pounds and clam shacks, to fine dining.

    •Check out Maine's growing upscale restaurant scene. "Many chefs have moved to Maine because the food scene is so vibrant and the ingredients are so fantastic," Dojny said. "Dishing Up Maine" includes recipes from Maine's top chefs, and Dojny's restaurant recommendations include Fore Street in Portland, Primo in Rockland, Cleonice in Ellsworth, and Burning Tree in Otter Creek, which is near Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.

  • Dishing Up Maine: 165 Recipes That Capture Authentic Down East Flavors by Brooke Dojny (winner of the James Beard Award and author of more than a dozen cookbooks) is an impressively assembled compendium of 165 recipes showcasing the cuisine of America's Eastern coast in general, and the state of Maine in particular. Offering a culinary wealth of easy to make, gourmet quality dishes for everything from snacks and sandwiches, to soups and side dishes, to entrees and deserts, Dishing Up Maine presents readers with recipes ranging from Oven-Roasted Asparagus; Shaker Chicken Stew with Scallion Dumplings; and Nutmeg-Scented Parsnip and Carrot Puree; to "Nude" Raw Oysters with Sauces; Blueberry-Peach Torta; and Split Pea Soup with Smoky Ham. A welcome addition to any kitchen cookbook collection, Dishing Up Maine is most especially recommended for anyone wanting to prepare an authentic "Down East" meal showcasing the regional culinary style of Maine and the Eastern dining.

    Those are just a few of the ways you can experience Maine through food when you're on vacation. A new book called "Dishing Up Maine" offers recipes for classic Maine dishes like baked beans, strawberry shortcake and blueberry muffins, as well as listings for culinary experiences around the state, from farmers markets and food festivals, to lobster pounds and clam shacks, to fine dining.

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    Dishing Up Maine: 165 Recipes That Capture Authentic Down East Flavors by Brooke Dojny (winner of the James Beard Award and author of more than a dozen cookbooks) is an impressively assembled compendium of 165 recipes showcasing the cuisine of America's Eastern coast in general, and the state of Maine in particular. Offering a culinary wealth of easy to make, gourmet quality dishes for everything from snacks and sandwiches, to soups and side dishes, to entrees and deserts, Dishing Up Maine presents readers with recipes ranging from Oven-Roasted Asparagus Shaker Chicken Stew with Scallion Dumplings and Nutmeg-Scented Parsnip and Carrot Puree to 'Nude' Raw Oysters with Sauces Blueberry-Peach Torta and Split Pea Soup with Smoky Ham. A welcome addition to any kitchen cookbook collection, Dishing Up Maine is most especially recommended for anyone wanting to prepare an authentic 'Down East' meal showcasing the regional culinary style of Maine and the Eastern dining.

  • Dishing Up Maine: 165 Recipes that Capture Authentic Down East Flavors
    Brooke Dojny
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    •Check out Maine's growing upscale restaurant scene. "Many chefs have moved to Maine because the food scene is so vibrant and the ingredients are so fantastic," Dojny said. "Dishing Up Maine" includes recipes from Maine's top chefs, and Dojny's restaurant recommendations include Fore Street in Portland, Primo in Rockland, Cleonice in Ellsworth, and Burning Tree in Otter Creek, which is near Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.

>Dishing up Maine by Brooke Dojny – life, in recipes

Dishing Up Maine is a cookbook that focuses on many of the foods that Maine is known for. Dishing Up Maine is far more than a cookbook, it is a tribute to the local artisans, farmers, chefs and fishermen who call Maine their home. The cookbook begins with an introduction to Maine and some of the things they’re known for. The author also gives a brief description of the types of ingredients she recommends and cooking notes. Recipes are broken down into Starters, Snacks, Sandwiches & So On; Fresh from the Farmer’s Market; The Chowder Pot, Soup Toureen, and Other One Pot Wonders; Maine Style Meat and Poultry; Jewels of the Sea: Fin Fish and Shellfish Maine Style; Breakfast Table, Bread Box, and Pantry; and Delectable Desserts.