New Hampshire Magazine - June 2010

So You Think You Can Cook

Maybe it's time to step up to the plate. If you’re feeling like the force is with you and have a few good dishes dancing in your head, it may be time to put the roulade to the range. Chef…

Gotta Love a Parade

War mostly takes away, but you’ve got to give it credit for its contributions as well. Among the many inventions now taken for granted but created in times of battle, you can list Spam, duck tape, the Hummer and parades.…

Letters to the Editor

Need a Good Reason for Spotting the Newt?This month's lucky (and fearless) newt spotter will receive a basket of N.H.-made items from White Mountain Attractions (www.visitwhitemountains.com) representing Attitash, Cannon Mountain, Clark's Trading Post, the Cog Railroad, the Conway Scenic Railroad,…

It's Striper Season

Grab your rod and reel, and head to the coast.They’re known by many names including linesiders, squidhound, rockfish and, most commonly, stripers. Whatever you choose to call them, Atlantic striped bass with their gleaming, silver bodies can grow impressively large,…

Double Visions

A Portsmouth family — living with the challenges of mitochondrial disease — lets us venture into their world.“Deaf Perception” opens with the title, “This film has been captioned for the signing impaired,” ushering the hearing into the world of 16-year-old…

The Bob House

The Bob House, on Rte. 25 in Moultonborough, occupies the site that was once the home of Grill 25 and, before that, Copperfield’s. Chef/Owner Bob Bourque and his wife Patricia have created a welcoming casual family dining experience. The décor…

Pitch It or Pack It?

Some tips for the tough job of downsizing.So many memories, so little space. That’s often the conundrum facing seniors when they downsize their digs. Not only are they leaving behind a house that they may have raised their children in,…

Making a Splash Along Water Street

Featured Shop – Cymbidium Floral Boutique • Exeter.Water Street in historic Exeter is a happy promenade, offering a little something for everyone. You’ll find toy stores, beading, bakeries, copy shops, and clothes and more clothes. Picnic in Swasey Park and…

Canterbury Shaker Gardens

Spend an idyllic summer day at Canterbury Shaker Village. Explore the gardens, check out the Farm Stand or sign up for one of the workshops. That’s just the beginning of what the Village has to offer serious and armchair gardeners.Founded…

A Whole New Tour

The annual Palace Theatre Kitchen Tour (June 6) is getting a brand-new look — this year sample food and wine at a historic inn and take a look inside the first-ever Building on Hope renovation project.The annual Palace Theatre Kitchen…

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