Woody Hughes is the owner of Bethel’s Mill Hill Inn. An acclaimed potter, he previously taught at Dowling College and Parsons The New School for Design. Hughes returned to Western Maine in 2001 to teach pottery and design at his
Mill Hill Inn
Cold weather triggers the desire for comfort food; mashed potatoes thick chowders, and fried seafood leap to mind. But comfort can come in other guises. Poached, seared, locally sourced meats, seafood, and vegetables prepared by chefs who spend as much
October driving and hiking, crunching through fall leaves and crisp apples in western Maine, we join the leaf peepers in Lovell, Bethel, and the White Mountains.