Category Archives: Food & Drink

Local Schools Celebrate Maine Harvest Month

Local Schools Celebrate Maine Harvest Month It’s Fall in Maine and that means that the root vegetables are being unearthed and the ground is being put to rest in preparation for the cold months ahead. Schools in the towns surrounding … Continue reading

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Cup of Sea

We had a nice visit today from Josh Rogers, founder of Cup of Sea~Maine Seaweed Teas, one of Maine’s newest seaweed-related food and drink ventures. Cup of Sea makes a range of delicious teas–green, herbal, and black–blended with seaweeds. Take, … Continue reading

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Maine Composts Week

This week, May 7-13, it’s time to celebrate, learn about, and practice all things compost in Maine! Organized by the George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions, Maine Composts Week features resources, activities, contests and more, across the state, “to … Continue reading

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Sea Vegetables Make a Splash at Adult Ed

Maine Coast residents discover the delights of sea vegetable cookery… Enthusiastic home cooks gathered recently at Sullivan Town Hall in the Adult Ed kitchen. Their mission? To learn about sea vegetables by trying several fun recipes. Lured by the promise … Continue reading

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“Did seaweed make us who we are today?”

From the files of fascinating seaweed stories… Early humans needed most of their energy just to survive, and spent most of their time getting and eating foods to supply the energy they needed. So how did we evolve to have … Continue reading

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La Choza: burrito lovers, meet seaweed

La Choza, a fun burrito joint on Martha’s Vineyard (transplanted from the Berkshires of western MA), recently added some new recipes, new toppings, and new products to its lineup. Among them: luscious vegan chili, chicken salad, and our Dulse and … Continue reading

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Go for the green on St. Patty’s Day–seaweed, that is

From NPR’s The Salt blog, a tale of Ireland and seaweed, including the fabulous recipe for Dulse and Cheese Scones from Prannie Rhatigan’s cookbook, Irish Seaweed Kitchen–one of our favorite recipes, from one of our favorite cookbooks: Want to Eat … Continue reading

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Coming up: Cooking with sea veggies class!

We’ve just learned that there are only five spots left in the upcoming Get to Know Your Sea Veggies cooking class starting March 29! The class will run on three Wednesdays, March 29, April 5, and April 12, 5:30-7:30 pm … Continue reading

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Sea veggie cooking class

Want to learn about the wonders of sea vegetables, and how to use them in culinary adventures? If you live in our neighborhood in downeast Maine (or want to visit), you’re in luck. In late March to early April, our … Continue reading

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Mary’s Gone Crackers has a new flavor made with Dulse!

What do we want in a cracker? Crunch, of course. And taste–a little salty, a little savory. Many crackers, even quite a few that are marketed as natural and healthy, provide the crunch and the taste but are made of … Continue reading

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