Spice Up Your Thanksgiving
Sweet and spicy! In a blind taste test, our staff compared three N.H. chutneys from around the state. Here’s what they thought.
This mildly spicy cranberry chutney will fit right in next to your slice of Thanksgiving turkey. With its fruity flavor, staff members also thought it might be tasty on top of your morning toast — or in your leftover turkey sandwiches.
Jewell and the Beanstalk
This pear and apple chutney starts out sweet and ends with a surprising spicy pepper punch. There are a number of dishes this chutney would complement very well (chicken, turkey and pork first come to mind), though staff members enjoyed eating it all on its own.
793 Somerville St.
And the winner is….
Hart’s Turkey Farm Restaurants
The cranberry chutney from Hart’s Turkey Farm with its aromas of fruit and allspice is the perfect condiment to accent your Thanksgiving dinner. Whether you put it on your turkey or serve it up in place of the cranberry sauce, your family and guests will welcome the new addition.
233 Daniel Webster Hwy., Meredith
Amoskeag Traffic Circle Manchester