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New Hampshire Tidbits: Old Recipes from the 19th Century

APPLE MERINGUE To a quart of sifted apple sauce add the yolks of three eggs, butter the size of a small egg, a little nutmeg, a pinch of salt and sugar to taste. Put the mixture into a neat baking … Continue reading

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NH Tidbits: The History of Chicken Tenders

I beg my regular blog followers to forgive me for delving into such a light-battered topic.  After writing an article on the origin of fried clams, a reader asked me if the Puritan Back Room restaurant of Manchester, NH invented … Continue reading

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New Hampshire’s Official State Sandwich

In the spirit of one-upmanship…

New Hampshire needs an official State Sandwich. We recently gained an official state fruit–… Continue reading

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Grinder

A grinder is a New England term for a submarine sandwich or hoagie.  See article about New Hampshire state sandwich, … Continue reading

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