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September/October 2012 Issue Archive

18th-Century Purity Farms at the Hall Homestead

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Paul and Jo-Ann Desrochers grow vegetables, peaches, plums, and nectarines, but they have a special love of heirloom... Read More »

5 Best Cabins & Cottages for Fall Foliage

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Fall never fails to bring a sense of elation to Bethany Ericson, author of New England Cabins &... Read More »

A Brief History

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7000 B.C. The first maples appear on the New England landscape. New Jersey tourists soon follow. September 1818... Read More »

A Sampling of Highlights from the Big E

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Craz-E Burger There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned burger. There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned doughnut, either. Put... Read More »

Alyson’s Orchard

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At this hilltop orchard in southwestern New Hampshire, you’ll find more than 50 apple varieties in neat rows,... Read More »

Antiques: Historical Staffordshire

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As the old saying goes, “Everyone loves a winner.” In America, that’s doubly so: Our love affair with... Read More »

Artisanal Cheese in Winchendon, Massachusetts

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The past decade could be called the “Great Cheese Awakening.” After years of processed slices and fat-free cheddar,... Read More »

Banana-Walnut Pie

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Barbecue Cocktail Franks

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Best Cook: Adding Flavor with Spices

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When Ron Morin wakes up in the morning, he often has the menu for that night’s dinner already... Read More »

Book Review | Up: A Mother and Daughter’s Peakbagging Adventure

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An earlier title for Up: A Mother and Daughter’s Peakbagging Adventure was Alex and the 4,000-Foot Classroom, a... Read More »

Bright Ideas | New England’s Finest

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1. Bulgaria native Boyan Moskov has been working in ceramics since 1987 and creating pottery in the Granite... Read More »

Choosing and Storing Winter Squash

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Winter squash may be stored for as long as three to six months, depending on the variety, but... Read More »

Christmas Wassail Bowl

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Decorating with Neutral Colors | Home Style

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There’s a story that Kelly McGuill’s two sisters like to tell about their childhood in the pretty Boston... Read More »

Encyclopedia of Fall: A is for acer saccharum (sugar maple)

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Because rural New England is a well-watered and well-wooded region, people here live much with trees–trees not only... Read More »

Encyclopedia of Fall: O is for Orchard

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‘Ashmead’s Kernel’, ‘Roxbury Russet’, ‘Belle de Boskoop’, ‘Pink Pearl’, ‘Winter Banana’ … The names of antique and rare... Read More »

Fall Sweets Recipes

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Each year with the foliage and a return to sweater-weather, we turn to the warm, spicy flavors of... Read More »

Gould Hill Farm

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Possibly the most beautiful orchard view in New England, with vistas as far as the White Mountains. When... Read More »

Hope Elephants | A Haven for Injured and Aging Elephants

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In Hope, Maine, a community rallies behind an improbably dream of providing a safe haven for injured and... Read More »

Indian Eggplant

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Knowledge & Wisdom: How to Sound Like a New Englander

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Thom Jones likes the sound of other people’s voices. As a dialect coach for the Trinity Repertory Company... Read More »

Laura: The 1875 Inn

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I visited The 1875 Inn & Olive Branch Tavern [now The Tilton Inn & Onions Pub] in Tilton,... Read More »

Leaf Peepers | Infographic

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Every fall, New England experiences an explosion of variety and color. We’re not talking about the trees; we’re... Read More »

Marshmallow Fluff | Infographic

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You know it’s white, sticky and delicious, but did you also know that Marshmallow Fluff has less sugar... Read More »

Nashoba Valley Winery

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In the heart of America’s first fruit bowl, this beautiful winery and restaurant is also home to a... Read More »

New Hampshire’s Lakes Region | When You Go …

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A sampling of destinations in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region … For pricing, seasonal schedules, and other details, visit... Read More »



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