August is New Hampshire Eat Local Month. Here are a few tips for which farmers markets to check out in each region of the state to get your locavore habit started.
New England Sweetwater Farm and Distillery brings new life to Winchester's Main Street.
View a list of the 2016 Best of NH Food and Drink winners as voted on by our readers.
Susan Laughlin explores the dining scene in the town of Hillsborough.
Grill up the perfect burger using local ingredients. Plus, serve it with homemade sweet potato fries.
Chris Perry has combined Kelsen brews and small-batch dessert in his new beer ice cream—and his new bottle shop and grown-up dessert bar in Milford offers the perfect place to try a bowl for yourself.
Sheep farming was once big business here back in the 1800s. In Deerfield alone, there were some 2,000 head of sheep. One local farm is bringing back a Granite State farming tradition.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day at The Barley House Restaurant and Tavern in its new location in North Hampton
Cider is revived as a favorite brew while rum finds another home in New Hampshire.
Eating local has never been this easy. From homemade bread and pasta to the freshest fish and humanely raised and grass-fed beef, we’ve got the Granite State sources you need to know about.