The Maine
An artful dialogue about the wonders of the state.

Category: Culinary Landscape

Rockland Main Street

Photography by Jim Dugan Rockland closed its Main Street for two weekends and allowed outside dining for restaurants. While not exactly teeming with activity, it was a sweet and safe “reopening.”

New Midcoast Eats

food by Ada’s Kitchen and The Lincolnville General Store

Lobster for a Crowd

video by Jim Dugan

Zucchini Will Not Be Ignored!

photo by Linda Zeigler

Last Year’s Potatoes

photo by Polly Saltonstall While we sleep upstairs, the potatoes in the cold cellar are quietly growing, reaching, reaching, first they will get the juice on the second shelf, then the apple sauce on the top shelf, and who knows what those spindly tentacles will grab next. ‪ #‎monstersinthecoldcellar‬ ‪#‎lastyearspotatoes‬‪ #‎timetothrowtheminthecompost‬ ‪#‎newonesinthegarden‬

It’s Up!

photograph by Headstrong Garlic Headstrong Garlic grows 17 varieties of hardneck and softneck garlic for gardeners, farmers, chefs and connoisseurs. Our farm is located in Camden, Maine.

Making Holiday Candy with Felicia Buck in Aroostook County

text and photographs by Sharon Kitchens of Delicious Musings Can you believe we are already one week into December?!  Time for Americans to consume a ridiculous amount of desserts. These are not your everyday convenience store bought treats, but rarer homemade ones like fruitcake made by your great-aunt and fudge by a friend from farming […]

Not Sysco

photograph and text by Shannon Thompson At most restaurants, the Sysco truck pulls up to the back kitchen when they need ingredients. At Long Grain, this guy walks in the front door.

Maine Farmland Trust