New Hampshire Magazine - January 2009

Soup's On at Collins Brothers Chowder Company

A steady stream of customers kept coming in from the cold at Collins Brothers Chowder Company on Temple Street in Nashua. All were focused on the daily soups listed above co-owner Dan Largy’s head. The storefront is narrow with a…

Mirror Mirror

If the new year finds you looking critically in the mirror and vowing to improve what you see, you are not alone. Physical beauty might be fleeting, but many Americans are doing their darnedest to capture and preserve it. Nearly…

Warm Chocolate Truffle Cake

Sometimes called soufflé cakes, often referred to as lava cakes or even decadence cakes, they all resemble a warm chocolate cake with a soft gooey rich chocolate center. During the late 80s, this cake was on every dessert menu in…

My Forbidden Fish Feast Pedicure

Cringing whenever my Supercuts stylist asks if I want mousse or hair gel, I will never be confused with a metrosexual.  So needless to say, I was shocked by how eager I was to charge into Kim's Spa & Nails…

(Not So) Sweet Success

When a book has 66 pages of footnotes to document the research contained therein, you know you can look forward (or not) to a wide-ranging examination of a topic. Indeed, that’s what you get with Jim Rubens’ new book, “OverSuccess:…

Manifesto from the Basement

I arrived at the State Republican Headquarters at 10:00 A.M. on Saturday, November 1, and no one was there. I was trying to replace a “Veterans for McCain” sign that had been torched in my front yard the night before.…

The Outsider January: Frozen Highways

The air is crisp and the frozen landscape shimmers in the light. A flick of the wrist is all is takes to be an easy rider in winter, exploring the state's thousands of miles of snowmobile trails. Snowmobilers are a…

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