Author Archives: Annie Mahle

A mom, wife, chef & author. Cooks aboard the Maine Windjammer J&E Riggin & author of 2 cookbooks ‘At Home, At Sea’ and ‘Sugar & Salt’. Also blogs at www.AtHomeAtSea.com

Potato-Crusted Salmon

Salmon happens to be one of my favorite fish.  The coral color alone draws me, but then the melt-in-your mouth texture hooks me completely.  Often I hear from people that they don’t care for salmon because it tastes ‘fishy’ to them. There could be two reasons for this.  The first is, of course, that the […]

Fun Photo Friday – Chloe Cairns

Fun Photo Friday

Potato Skins with Artichokes and Fontina

I’m sure that other parts of the country are beginning to thaw (if they ever were really frozen), but up here in Maine, the idea of having the oven on for a couple of hours to bake potatoes, bread, pie and a roast while we pull our chairs up around the stove to warm our […]

Annie on TV! – 207 and Rob Caldwell

Once again, I made my way down to Portland through snow and sleet to do a taping of a Mushroom and Chicken Pot Pie for 207′s comfort food segment.  Rob and the NBC affiliate, WCSH6, as always, was the perfect host and here we are having a good time cooking together. Mushroom and Chicken Pot […]

Fun Photo Friday

Fish Stew with Porcini Mushrooms with a Quick Buttermilk Bread

It’s only a few days until daylight savings time, however, until the snow melts from the ground and the temperature rises above 35 degrees most days, comfort food will remain a staple in our house.  I just can’t bring myself to keep the stove off!  Scarves, many layers, turtlenecks and fingerless mittens are also a […]

Fun Photo Friday – Rock City Coffee ROCKS!

Rock City Coffee supplies us with superlative coffee all year long and we supply them with time out on the Riggin with us in the summer.  Last summer, this vibrant, eclectic, energetic group of co-workers came on board to first torrential rains and then brilliant sun.  The make of a person is sometimes what they […]

Super Big Roasted Portabella Mushroom Ravioli

These ravioli are ravioli for grownups.  They are huge and one, maybe two, per plate are all that are needed for a grownup-sized serving.  The wonton wrappers make it actually a pretty easy process and the end result is super elegant.  We had them for a weeknight meal and felt like royalty.  I’d serve these […]

Fun Photo Friday – Design Time

I wonder what’s happening here?  Can’t tell you right now, but we’ll share as things develop! Annie Thanks Mim from Over the Rainbow Yarn!

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