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Old Thanksgiving Recipes from New Hampshire Newspapers

Whitpot, Chow Chow, Roley-Poley, Furmity–all words used to describe recipes that were common in our grand and great-grandmother’s day.  Should these once preferred foodstuffs be allowed to sink into obscurity, and to no longer grace the palates of our modern … Continue reading

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New Hampshire: Let Them Eat Corn

The Native People's of New Hampshire had been growing corn long before the European settlers arrived (it is native to … Continue reading

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Photograph: Indian Corn

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Cooking in Colonial New Hampshire

In colonial New Hampshire, the kitchen fireplace was the first and largest of all the hearths in the early home. … Continue reading

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New Hampshire Glossary: Chowder

Chowda (or chowder as the locals pronounce it) is New England comfort food. This hearty soup is made with salt … Continue reading

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