Sunday Eating

A-LIST-March 2011 By Joe Ricchio Photography Kari Herer   01 Home Kitchen Cafe  Breakfast When I wake up on a Sunday, I would like to sit here quietly with an amazing sticky bun and a cup of black coffee before

Oyster Drive

FEATURE-March 2011 Written by Sandy Lang Photographs by Peter Frank Edwards Take a flight into Portland, and power directly north on some combination of Route 1 and I-95 to the cabin near Bucksport. That’s what we typically do—but not this

Trek Across Maine

FEATURE-June 2010 By Peter A. Smith Photographs by Karsten Moran and Adam K. Macchia 26 YEARS  183 MILES  $13 MILLION 750 VOLUNTEERS  1,400 LBS GRAPES + 2,600 BICYCLISTS 1 KILLER BIKE RACE The Trek Across Maine is a Father’s Day

Fresh from the Farm

FEAST-April 2010 (from Maine Home+Design) By Rebecca Falzano Photographs by Irvin Serrano Chase’s Daily in Belfast is no doubt at its prime in the summertime, when colorful heaps of freshly picked produce from the Chase family farm in Freedom overflow from crates,

Thinking Wrong

FEATURE Edited by Chelsea Holden Baker Photographs by Jarrod McCabe John Bielenberg discusses: Thinking wrong and doing right, living in an unprecedented time at the edge of the earth, the fearlessness of Icelanders, and the importance of pie.   John


A-LIST-March 2010 By Joe Ricchio Photographs by Maria Alexandra Vettese   01 Vanilla If I’m anywhere near Cumberland Avenue during one of my cupcake attacks, this is my go-to—although I don’t recommend eating them while driving. Katie Made Bakery |

Suite Dreams Are Made of These

Too often suites aren’t so sweet. You arrive expecting a suite of rooms and instead open the door to an oversized hotel room.     Sure, there might be a sitting area. Even a small wet bar. But a single


A-LIST-November + December 2009 By Joe Ricchio Fern Hill Farm Chevre Fresh and lemony, perfect for an afternoon snack with a bottle of Loire Valley Sancerre. Found at The Cheese Iron | Scarborough Monroe Cheese Studio Thistle Blue A mild

Three Tides

Pristine shellfish, hand-brewed beer, and a view of the bay EAT-September 2009 Written + Photographed by Jonathan Levitt In old-time London, pirates were put to death on the gallows at Execution Dock. The hangman’s landing was just off the banks