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If you want something different, ask for it–and your local orchard is a great place to start. Two of Watson’s favorite New Hampshire orchards: Alyson’s in Walpole and Gould Hill in Contoocook. “[An orchardist] may know where to go,” Watson says, “or they may have one or two trees themselves. They just haven’t put them out because they don’t think anybody wants them.”

Updated Monday, August 23rd, 2010

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