Category Archives: Autumn


Pumpkin should be in your freezer as well as on your doorstep. Continue reading

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40 Acres of Fields and Meadows for an Afternoon Nature Walk

This would be a great family walk on Thanksgiving weekend, or even on a mild winter afternoon. The paths are wide and trails are very easy to follow. We had a great time walking the paths of East Over Reservation, visiting the pond and photographing nature.
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Crimson Tide: Cranberries

By Pamela Denholm. One of the most important things to us is supporting our local growers, and local community at large. Like many of our fellow foodies, we live on a budget and have to make careful purchasing decisions to … Continue reading

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Gratitude Stew, a Recipe

Happy ( almost ) Thanksgiving! Just thinking about the true meaning of Thanksgiving makes me feel happy and grateful! Loved ones gathering from far and wide (and sometimes just down the road or next door ) to feast on food made with lots of love by many busy hands and the blessings of being together. Imagine what would happen if we kept that feeling alive every day of the year? Continue reading

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Ob-La-Di and a Sweet Tip at the Braintree Farmers’ Market

The annual Braintree Thanksgiving Farmers’ Market is on Saturday, November 22nd starting at 9 a.m. The indoor/outdoor holiday market is set to feature more than 30 local farmers, artisan food vendors (some described below) and crafters, along with horse-drawn hay rides and bluegrass music Continue reading

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Tucked Away Tavern, a Treasure

Rye Tavern, Plymouth MA by Tatum McIsaac We turned around twice, despite the signs. After all, you don’t expect to find a fine dining establishment tucked away down a long dirt road. The Rye Tavern, however, is just that: worth … Continue reading

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Seed Saving 101

A Guide for Saving Vegetable and Flower Seeds in Autumn By Monica O’Malley-Tavares Saving Vegetable Seeds It’s that time of year, when gardeners are curing late harvest squash, and are enjoying late variety tomatoes and peppers, and perhaps a second … Continue reading

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By Martha Dupuis The crisp autumn days are perfect for gardening. The heat and humidity of summer has waned and yet the soil temperatures are still warm, making fall a perfect time to plant. Gardeners are energized as we welcome … Continue reading

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Embracing the Season

As nights grow colder and autumn drapes her colorful gown across the meadow and down the hill toward the woods, I find myself fighting the change of seasons… Continue reading

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