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November/December 2007

Sweet Treats from Grandma’s Kitchen

Winter 2007

There is something about the year-end holidays that makes one want to get into the kitchen and whip up a batch of something. Whether it’s because the weather outside is now frosty and the idea of spending...

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Holiday Food

Winter 2007

I guess you could say I’m a bit of a traditionalist. There are certain dishes that, no matter how good – or bad – must be served during the holidays. Turkey, of course, at Thanksgiving, and a roast at...

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Closing Congdon’s Pharmacy

Winter 2007

Attending middle school at Academy Hill in the early 1960s, Maxine Howes would walk into town most days after class to the police department, where her father Wendell was chief.

She would ask him for a...

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Deck the Halls

Winter 2007

Michael Molinar, owner of Flowers on Chestnut for the past 21 years, certainly knows how to dress up a home for the holidays. The style contributor for Plum TV, he recently opened up Distinctive Home, a...

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In the Garden

Winter 2007

Nantucket is no Easter Island. There are no ancient stone monoliths or cave paintings here. Regurgitated by a glacier when it fled to colder climates 10,000 years ago, Nantucket is nothing but a pile of sand...read more

An Author’s Key West

Winter 2007

Many years ago my husband and partner Jon Aron and I had just finished the now classic book “Nantucket Style” when our editor at Rizzoli International called to ask if we’d like to spend the winter...

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Moving Sankaty

Winter 2007

Inching along at a snail’s pace, Sankaty Light hardly appeared to be moving at all. But in a meticulously slow process that took 10 days at the end of September and beginning of October, move it did: 400...

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