Author Archives: Lynda Rego

Dot the top of the filling with bits of unsalted butter before covering it with the top crust.

Fall brings apples, and apples mean pie

I make one or two apple pies each fall to herald the arrival of the autumn leaves, nippy temperatures and crisp apples lining the shelves at the grocery store or farmers’ market. I’ve been tweaking this recipe for years, trying different types of apples and amounts of sugar. The Fuji has become my apple of

OLMC grads meet for 50th reunion

On Sunday Oct. 20, there are a 50th class reunion of the eighth grade at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School in the parish center in Bristol. Some of the classmates hadn’t seen each other in 50 years. Pictured are (front row, from left to right) Diane Frazier Minter, Ann Del Toro Soscia, Pat Parisi

R.I. Genealogical Society meeting is in Barrington

I’m a proud member of the R.I. Genealogical Society (RIGS). If you don’t belong, you should consider it. They offer great talks at their meetings, free learning seminars (one is coming up in Portsmouth) and research trips (there is one to three locations in Boston on Tuesday, Oct. 15. See more below). Meetings take place