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New Hampshire Resorts

Visit These Three Amazing New Hampshire Resorts

The geography of New Hampshire is pretty diverse, and when it comes to choosing one of the many New Hampshire Resorts you have a variety of options. Whether you’re looking to ski the great White Mountains or catch some rays down on the sea coast, you’re going to find some …

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    How Microgreens Farming Can Make You Thousands

    Becoming a Microgreens Farmer and growing microgreens for profit can be a perfect way to earn a reliable income. Many local restaurants and grocery stores are looking for microgreen farmers to provide them a steady stream of product. What are Microgreens? Microgreens are the first growth of larger plants harvested …

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  • How to Grow Ginger Indoors

    How to Grow Ginger Indoors

    Ginger has a hot, and strongly fragrant quality that allows it to complement many different food dishes. Often found in Asian recipes, dried as candies, and juiced for health drinks and tea, ginger is believed to help reduce pain, inflammation and combat nausea. Here is our guide to grow ginger …

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  • New England Clam Fritters Recipe

    New England Clam Fritters

    These New England Clam Fritters are so simple to make. They’re rich with clam flavor while maintaining that classic fritter crust and warm soft center. Our recipe places the clams at the forefront and we promise you won’t be disappointed. Ingredients: 1 pint clams 11/3 cups flour 2 eggs 2 …

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  • Huckleberry Propane and Oil

    Our Review of Huckleberry Propane and Oil

    Installing our new Huckleberry Propane Tank When we first moved in, we purchased the remaining Propane that was in the tank from the previous homeowners. After three unsuccessful attempts calling Energy North, the previous owner’s supplier, to set up our new service and to schedule a delivery, I decided to …

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JFK’s New England Fish Chowder Recipe

JFK's Fish Chowder Recipe

Whether you like the Kennedy’s politics or not, there is definitely an argument to be made that they are one of New England’s biggest icons. This dish came from JFK himself in a letter to a little girl named Lynn Jennings. Ms. Jennings had asked him liked to eat, and he …

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Boston Baked Beans from Scratch

Boston Baked Beans from Scratch

Boston didn’t earn the nickname Bean Town for nothing. The origins of Boston Baked Beans actually date back to pre-colonial time with Native Americans cooking beans sweetened with maple syrup and served with a corn bread called mazium. When the Pilgrims arrived, they combined their rye flour with corn meal …

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Our Review of Huckleberry Propane and Oil

Huckleberry Propane and Oil

Installing our new Huckleberry Propane Tank When we first moved in, we purchased the remaining Propane that was in the tank from the previous homeowners. After three unsuccessful attempts calling Energy North, the previous owner’s supplier, to set up our new service and to schedule a delivery, I decided to …

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Illuminating Our American Flag

Raymond Farms

According to Title 4 of the US Code….”It is the universal custom to display the flag only from sunrise to sunset on buildings and on stationary flag staffs in the open. However, when a patriotic effect is desired, the flag may be displayed twenty-four hours a day if properly illuminated …

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Raymond Farms Maple Bourbon Marinade

Raymond Farms

Ingredients: 2 Cups Apple Cider 1½ Cups Maple Syrup (REAL!) 1 Cup Burboun 1 Cup Kosher Salt Directions 1. Combine ingredients in a mixing bowl 2. Marinade anything with it, an hour or two usually works for most meats, but feel free to go longer for thicker meats or if …

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What to Plant in Your Vegetable Garden

What to Plant in Your Vegetable Garden

When deciding what to plant in your vegetable garden, you have so many options that it can be overwhelming. Here are a few tips that will help you decide and set your garden up for the best chances of success. Lookup Your Hardiness Zone The USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map just …

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Joe Froggers

JoeFroggers

Joe Froggers are a classic New England favorite. These Joe Froggers cookies are a molasses, spice, and rum based cookie date back to the Colonial New England. According to Marblehead MA history, The cookies were originally baked by a man known as Old Black Joe Brown and an Aunt Crese, …

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New England Boiled Dinner

New England Boiled Dinner

The New England Boiled Dinner, more commonly known as Corned Beef and Cabbage, is as traditional of a New England meal as you can get. Typically served on St. Patrick’s Day, this hearty Irish-American dinner consists of corned beef, cabbage and root vegetables such as carrots, turnips and potatoes. Ingredients …

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