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Food Trails: New England's Culinary Legacies

Food Trails: New England’s Culinary Legacies
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by in May 2011
Food Trails: New England's Culinary Legacies

All roads in New England lead to great eating, but our six states and the regions within them also nurture particular specialties, often determined by their unique geography. Take Maine, for example, and its devotion to Neptune’s greatest gift, the lobster: No trip Down East would be complete without sampling that sweet, delicate flavor. And while we love the “liquid gold” syrup of our northern sugar maples, the Holstein, Jersey, and Brown Swiss cows dotting Vermont’s verdant pastures and rolling hills produce a rich milk that may be the land’s even greater gift. Let’s turn the spotlight on each of our six states and the culinary legacies they claim as their own.

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