In Fork Food Lab’s shiny new kitchen, there’s the unmistakable, mouthwatering smell of Thanksgiving. Turkeys are roasting, gravy is simmering, and pies are baking. Chef Edward Bondellio of French Picnic Catering is garnishing poached salmon with cucumbers and radishes. On … Continue reading
Combining downhill with dining deals
Before my trip in August, I never paired Sugarloaf with the word summer. Then I found out about the itinerary details: zip lining, live music by the Tricky Britches, a scenic chairlift ride, and local dining. (They had me at … Continue reading
It’s New Year’s Eve, and we are heading to Sugarloaf. THURSDAY 9:15 a.m. @ Access Road My husband Nik and I hit the Access Road, round the first corner, and the mountain comes into view. It’s beautiful, and all … Continue reading
On a couple of winter days, we're in the cockpit with the young pilot who founded Sugarloaf Aviation last year.
An October hike yields 360-degree views, aching limbs, and a deeper connection to the land.
Bolstered by family and his Carrabassett Valley Community, this ski racer is reaching new athletic peaks.
Kids learning to love a world-class mountain, right in their backyard.
You know you’re in for a good time when there’s Talking Heads on the speakers and a little boy at the bar is slurping noodles, bobbing his head to the beat. He and his brother are not fighting or looking … Continue reading
Before my visit to Ports of Italy, I had met chef and co-owner Germán Lucarelli at several events. I tasted his excellent focaccia at the Kennebunkport Festival. I savored his mushroom and truffle risotto at Harvest on the Harbor’s Chef … Continue reading