5 Worst Fires in New England History
A devastating fire can not only take lives but also leave its survivors forever changed. Here are five unforgettable tragic fires in New England history.
Homemade Whoopie Pies
Use this homemade whoopie pies recipe (with Marshmallow Fluff) for a classic take on an a favorite old-fashioned New England dessert.
Yankee's Fall Baking Giveaway
Dreaming of apple pie, cider doughnuts, and pumpkin spice everything? Enter today for your chance to win a KitchenAid Classic Series Mixer and spend your fall days whipping up cozy confections!
Scenes From a Vanishing New England | Featured Photographer Jim Westphalen
Inspired by Wyeth and Hopper, Vermont photographer Jim Westphalen finds beauty in decay in his landscape series
Yankee's New England Adventures
Over 400 Essential Things to See and Do!
Yankee’s New England Adventures
is your go-to source for in-depth travel information, with the same stunning photography and practical know-how
brings to you every month.
When Should You Bring Plants Indoors? | Gardening Advice
When should you bring plants indoors? Get the answer, plus how to best prepare outdoor plants for a winter inside.
Lovely lighthouses on classic coasters!
This gorgeous set of four coasters features iconic New England lighthouses from the original the artwork of Luthera Rainville. Made in New England, they're your perfect home accent!
Beacon Hill, Boston | Exploring Boston’s Most Famous Historic Neighborhood
With its brick, ivy, cobblestones, and historic style, the neighborhood of Beacon Hill, Boston is a favorite spot to stroll for both tourists and residents.
Cutting boards with favorite destinations!
These eye-catching serving/cutting boards are a wonderful way to celebrate your favorite New England state!
Vermont Chocolate Potato Cake
The combination of mashed potato, chocolate, and spices in this chocolate potato cake makes for a fragrant, dense, and moist dessert.
Naturally clean hard-to-reach places!
Great for dusting hard-to-reach lighting fixtures, ceiling fans, air vents, and molding!
This amazing duster has been handmade in New England for over 111 years. The wool draws dust like a magnet!