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Sage Jewelry teams with Polish Pottery in bigger location

Sage Jewelry teams with Polish Pottery in bigger location

It was a chilly Saturday evening with snow, salt and sand still on the ground. But the move had to be done. Sage Jewelry, which for two years has sat snuggly inside the Moon Dog Cafe, on Main Street right off the Green in Chester, needed larger digs. Jeweler and owner Michele Bargfrede was teaming […]

Whiting Library, Peoples Bank benefit Food Shelf; Noye’s Fludde at Weston Playhouse

¬†Whiting Library holds Food for Fines Benefit The Whiting Library will hold a Food for Fines Benefit to aid the Chester/Andover Family Center during regular library hours, Monday Feb. 11 through Saturday, Feb. 23. The library, located at 117 Main St. in Chester, will collect donations of non-perishable foods in payment for current overdue book […]

Spaghetti carbonara with a Yankee spin

Spaghetti carbonara with a Yankee spin

By Jim Bailey theyankeechef.blogspot.com Carbonara is usually made with eggs, cream, Parmesan cheese and bacon. I have substituted prosciutto for the bacon and omitted the cream altogether, making this classic dish much more appealing to those of you who wish to stay away from as much fat as possible but still want the flavor of […]

A holiday respite in delicious and light haddock in parchment

A holiday respite in delicious and light haddock in parchment

By Jim Bailey theyankeechef.blogspot.com I Need Fish! After the holiday eating, I truly need to lighten it up a bit: something simple (as always), fragrant and filling, in a non-guilty kind of way. Fish is the perfect answer. I think you will enjoy the great flavors steamed with the great touches of Mexico. Haddock Sabrosa […]