Growing up, much of Savannah Nemiccolo’s time spent with her grandmother was in the kitchen. The mother of three from Loudon has been a part of Brother Cortado in Concord (3 Bicentennial Square) since its first day in 2021, as their social media manager and eventually as a barista. In Continue reading “In the kitchen with Savannah Nemiccolo”
Concord’s Greek food festival returns
The Taste of Greece Festival at Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Concord is back. After a three-year hiatus, you can get your fix of homemade Greek cooking on Saturday, Sept. 30, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
“Entrance [to the festival] is free and everybody’s invited!” says Continue reading “Souvlaki, gyro, baklava”
Boys & Girls Clubs organizes 18th annual event
Have a taste of what New Hampshire has to offer with vendors like Alan’s of Boscawen and Flannel Tavern at the 18th annual Taste of New Hampshire event benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Hampshire at the McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Continue reading “Taste of New Hampshire”
Manchester shop brings Grecian goods to the Granite State
During a summer vacation in Greece, an American adolescent meets a Greek teen, creating a bond that will last a lifetime. It sounds like a movie, but it is in fact the true origin story of Taste and Art of Greece, Continue reading “Taste and Art of Greece”
May freeze affected this year’s apple crops
Now is prime time for apple picking, but sadly this year’s crop is not the best ever. Due to the drop in temperature in May, many orchards suffered damage to their crops, with some being wiped out entirely. Fortunately some farms were able Continue reading “You can still PYO”
Photos courtesy of Fresh Chef Press.zxFor Clifford Passero, head chef and kitchen manager at Patty B’s, an Italian American restaurant in Dover (34 Dover Point Road), cooking food is like building a house. “I take the knowledge I have learned, I use the tools I have, I start at the Continue reading “In the kitchen with Clifford Passero”
Fresh Chef Press brings organic local food
On April 25, 2022, Abbey Morrison transitioned her meal prep business from Fresh Chef Meal Prep to Fresh Chef Press, a cafe on Canal Street in Manchester, with her friend and business partner Shauri Gilot-Oquendo. The cafe serves smoothies, salads, bowls, coffee, toast Continue reading “New cafe on canal”
Multicultural Festival will return to Concord
Celebrate the cultures that make New Hampshire special through food, music, dancing and art at the Concord Multicultural Festival on Sunday, Sept. 24, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Keach Park.
The free festival began in the mid 2000s when many refugees were Continue reading “Celebrate diversity”
Andres Institute of Art holds international sculpture symposium
Three artists from different parts of the world will have three weeks to craft a sculpture along the 12-mile trail of the Andres Institute of Art in Brookline for the annual Bridges and Connections Sculpture Symposium. There will be multiple events at Continue reading “Sculptures on the hill”
Nashua church holds sixth Egyptian Food Festival
From Friday, Sept. 15, through Sunday, Sept. 17, the Egyption Food Festival will return to St. Mary and Archangel Michael Coptic Orthodox Church in Nashua.
“It’s an outreach to the community to tell them who we are,” said Kyrillos Gobran, the church’s priest. Continue reading “Celebrate Egyptian culture”