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All American Spirits at Smoky Quartz Distillery November 2015

All American Spirits at Smoky Quartz Distillery

Iraq war veteran Kevin Kurland opened Smoky Quartz Distillery in Seabrook where he now makes white and aged rums, moonshine, vodka and a bourbon whiskey.

2015's Best New Restaurants November 2015

2015's Best New Restaurants

Here are 12 new restaurants - many of them focusing on local sources - we think you should try right now.

Dining Destinations in Walpole October 2015

Dining Destinations in Walpole

Find much more than historic white clapboard houses and tractor showrooms in beautiful Walpole.

Chain Restaurants Are Stepping It Up September 2015

Chain Restaurants Are Stepping It Up

As the competition increases and diners have more choices than ever, chain restaurants are forced to up their game. Find out which chains in New Hampshire we think are worth checking out.

Tamworth Distillery's Local Spirits August 2015

Tamworth Distillery's Local Spirits

This farm-to-bottle distillery brings creative alchemy to a small town in New Hampshire.

Find Your Own Food - Foraging in New Hampshire August 2015

Find Your Own Food - Foraging in New Hampshire

It doesn’t get much more local than stepping outside and finding things to eat. Learn about how some local foodies and brewers are getting in on the modern foraging trend, plus learn about a few edibles that you can spot on your own.

Guide to Finding Great Oysters in the Granite State July 2015

Guide to Finding Great Oysters in the Granite State

Whether you're a buck-a-shuck regular or new to the world of oysters, here's what you need to know about finding and enjoying these delicacies of the sea.

Drive & Dine Jackson to Gorham June 2015

Drive & Dine Jackson to Gorham

A food-focused road trip from Jackson to Gorham including gorgeous scenery, several shops, things to do and, of course, great places to eat.

Lessons of fruit from the (grape) vine May 2015

Lessons of fruit from the (grape) vine

Have an area of grass? Does it get plenty of sun? Maybe it’s time to go beyond wild grasses and geraniums

New Hampshire's Changing Fishing Industry May 2015

New Hampshire's Changing Fishing Industry

It’s the country’s shortest seacoast, but it's been wedded to the ocean since the first visitors from the Old World came here to fish. Now that ancient marriage must cope with changes rising from the ocean’s depths to the restaurant platter.

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