There is no getting around it
We can talk about stouts and sours and Belgian-style brews and Pilsners and barrel-aging and so on and so forth, but at the end of the day the IPA is still driving the bus. So, let’s get right into it.
I’ve been fortunate to Continue reading “IPA is still king”
Maria Bares of Deerfield is the owner of The Bakers Hands (facebook.com/thebakershands), a homestead business that offers a variety of baked goods, like cinnamon rolls, biscuits, cakes, scones and breads, plus specialty treats like dairy-free mango pudding and blueberry lemon thyme cake. Bares, who has been baking since she was Continue reading “In The Kitchen with Maria Bares”
A look at the socially distant summer market scene
You can still get your leafy greens, grass-fed meats and fresh poultry at local farmers markets this summer, but there’s no denying that the fresh-air market vibe won’t be the same, with regulations in place to promote social distancing and the Continue reading “Find your farmers markets”
• Glendi canceled: For the first time in four decades, Glendi, a popular three-day festival celebrating Greek culture through food, music and dancing in Manchester, will not be taking place this year. Glendi had been scheduled for Friday, Sept. 18, through Sunday, Sept. 20, at St. George Greek Orthodox Continue reading “Weekly Dish 20/06/18”
Try this at home
The weather finally is turning to the warmth of summer. Although we, as New Hampshirites, are excited for the increased temperature, we also will be complaining about how hot and humid it is in the very near future. With that in mind, I have created a Continue reading “Tropical Fruit Stack”
• Taste of New Hampshire goes virtual: Join the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central New Hampshire for the annual Taste of New Hampshire, which, for the first time in its 15-year history, will be going virtual. Normally a one-night event held in the fall at the Grappone Conference Continue reading “Weekly Dish 20/6/11”
Carmel Shea of Londonderry is the owner of O’Shea’s Caife & Tae (44 Nashua Road, Londonderry, 540-2971, osheasnh.com), a health-focused eatery and coffee shop that opened in 2018. O’Shea’s offers fair trade coffees, teas and espresso drinks, pastries and breakfast sandwiches, and bagels with homemade butters and whipped cream cheeses. Continue reading “In the Kitchen with Carmel Shea”
New food truck debuts in Loudon
A new food truck rolled into Loudon last week, and as its name and the whisks on its logo suggest, the Whisked Away Cafe wants to “whisk” you away to a different part of the world — or to Grandma’s house — each week Continue reading “Whisked away”
There is nothing quite like a perfectly ripe peach as an afternoon snack. When a peach is tender and so juicy that you need to have a napkin nearby, it should be enjoyed on its own. There is nothing else this peach needs to evoke all of its flavors.
Sometimes, Continue reading “Caramelized peaches with bacon & blue cheese”
Eddie Saktanaset of Londonderry is the owner of Muse Thai Bistro (581 Second St., Suite C, Manchester, 647-5547, musethaibistro.com) and Arincha (80 Constitutional Blvd., Merrimack, 420-8235, arincha.com), two Asian restaurants with entirely different concepts. Muse Thai Bistro features authentic Japanese sushi and Thai options, while Arincha has more of a Continue reading “In the kitchen with Eddie Saktanaset”