BLUEBERRY SOUR CREAM CAKE YIELD: 9-inch springform pan – eight servings We grow the best wild blueberries in Maine. They are small and very tasty. During the season, late July and August, I try to use our homegrown blueberries as much as possible. I usually get them in the flats from the man who grows
If you’re looking for the world’s best lobster, you’ll find it in Maine. And if you’re looking for the ultimate lobster bake experience, look no further than a Maine Windjammer. One of the signatures of the windjamming experience is the lobster feast – endless lobster, right from the source – the waters of Maine. Most
CITRUS CILANTRO SALMON WITH PINEAPPLE MANGO SALSA 3-4 lb. salmon filet, portioned into 6-8 oz. sizes (at least one for everybody) 1 lemon, 3 cloves minced garlic, chopped cilantro, salt and pepper, olive oil Salsa: 1/4 of a pineapple, small dice 1 mango, small dice 1/4 red onion, minced 1 tomato, small dice 2 cloves
Maine Lobster Sliders on Toast Points Prepared in the galley of Schooner Heritage by Capt Sean Grimes These sliders were made with leftover lobster from the beachside lobster bake so the amounts are a general estimate. Makes 24 sliders Lobster Salad 3-4 cups of Maine Lobster meat 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 head
STRAWBERRY RHUBARB PIE Makes 2 pies 12 rhubarb stalks 4 pints fresh strawberries 1 bag frozen strawberries 1-1/2 cups sugar or honey 6 tablespoons tapioca Wash and cut rhubarb into small pieces and placer in medium sauce pan. Add 1 bag frozen strawberries and 1/2 cup honey. Cook until rhubarb is tender. Rinse and
Spring can be a little slow to start up here in Maine. We get our first taste of it in early March when the first false spring lures us to get the grill out for a day. Then we celebrate maple sugaring season as the woods are filled with maple taps among the snowy trees.
This winter three of our Maine Windjammer Association chefs spent some time in the studio kitchen of Maine’s nightly news magazine show “207” demonstrating just a few of their favorite recipes. If you’re looking for an easy recipe for your grill or a new seafood recipe to impress your friends, check out these videos. Chef
Many feel that travel will take a long time to return to “normal” or at least pre-pandemic levels. What’s rocked the world of travel more than health concerns is the loss of a sense of security, say many travelers. Enter the Maine Windjammer Association, the largest fleet of historic working windjammers in America. Many refer to historic windjammers as the “un-cruise”, offering bespoke small boat experiences, minus itineraries, ports of call, and massive buffets yet filled with exploring at sea, wind-driven days, star-lit nights and entertainment compliments of Mother Nature.
Once travelers can move from the armchair inspiration to the planning phase this summer, those awaiting the day they can dip their toes carefully back into traveling might consider a trip on board one of the eight Maine Windjammer Association members, the largest fleet of windjammers in America.