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Foodstuffs: Turning foraged seaweed into haute cuisine
Eating local in New Hampshire can mean more than just stopping by the farmers' market. For more adventurous residents, it means foraging for wild ingredients - like seaweed, straight from the Seacoast.
Date: Apr 20, 2018

UNH: Americans waste about a quarter of food bought

UNH: Americans waste about a quarter of food bought
“Our data suggest that the average person in the United States wastes about a pound of food per day,” said the University of Vermont's Meredith Niles, one of the study's authors along with researchers at the Department of Agriculture and...
Date: Apr 19, 2018

Women farmers transforming NH agriculture
A young child wearing a pink dress, fairy wings attached to her back, watering seeds in the family greenhouse. That is Forrest Barker's favorite photograph of herself. Now 23, she may not have the fairy wings, but Forrest's passion for the farmland...
Date: Apr 16, 2018

Beer lovers line up for Mott the Lesser release
The release, the seventh for Tributary Brewing, was for Tod Mott's imperial stout, hitting its prime after a five-month aging process. Mott said their first release was April 1, 2015.
Date: Apr 16, 2018

Bertucci's files for Chapter 11 restructuring for future growth

Bertucci's files for Chapter 11 restructuring for future growth
Bertucci's serves as a gathering place for friends and families, offering everyday value for lunch and dinner in the spirit of “la dolce vita,” the good life: celebrating life together over delicious foods and beverages. Bertucci's is...
Date: Apr 16, 2018

Boston Globe: Pasquale's passes Italian taste test in Londonderry

Boston Globe: Pasquale's passes Italian taste test in Londonderry
IN THE KITCHEN Pasquale Celone takes a personal approach to cooking at the restaurant in Londonderry, N.H., that bears his name. His approach to food is simple: “If I don't like it, you don't like it.” Celone was born in Torre Annunziata...
Date: Apr 13, 2018

Lexie's Burgers ready to debut new Exeter location
The business will vacate its current location at 56 Lincoln St. and reopen in the former 3 Brothers Marketplace space at 82 Lincoln St. 3 Brothers announced last August they would be closing, and Lexie's would essentially "absorb" them.
Date: Apr 13, 2018

Senate votes to make smart, hearty chicken official poultry
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - A chicken known for its intelligence, resilience and ability to withstand cold winters is a step closer to becoming the official state poultry of New Hampshire.
Date: Apr 12, 2018

'Raising Dairy Beef in New Hampshire' meetings happening locally
In 2014, Michal Lunak and Peter Erickson, UNH Cooperative Extension Dairy Specialists, were awarded a three-year grant from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund to study the feasibility of raising Holstein dairy...
Date: Apr 08, 2018

NH Craft Beer Week starts Friday
CONCORD, NH - Celebrate New Hampshire's craft beer industry in the wake of record numbers of openings and more places for Granite Staters and out-of-town visitors to enjoy locally made beverages.
Date: Apr 05, 2018

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