New HampshireCooking Classes, Cooking Vacations, Foodie Tours, Culinary Getaways
From fine dining at a country inn to a traditional New England fair to lobster bakes and coffee shops to one of New Hampshire's breweries, the variety of tastes is endless. Today's renewed interest in farm-fresh foods and increased appreciation for the rural experience is reflected in the Farmers'
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Markets where you will find an abundance of local apples, pumpkins, cranberries, raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, wine, cheese, and chocolate. New Hampshire's maple producers take great pride in the high quality of their maple products and welcome visitors to their sugarhouses to learn about this ancient tradition. New Hampshire is also famous for locally pressed apple cider, maple- orange roasted chicken, yankee bean pot chili, squash and apple casserole, and apple crisp.