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Mixing it up in the beer aisle

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The art of the mixed six-pack

Still Openings in Barry Camp Wild Game Culinary Adventure

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N.H. Fish and Game still has openings in the Barry Camp Wild Game Culinary Adventure, a weekend exploring wild game preparation and cooking in the fall splendor of New Hampshire's White Mountains.

The New World of great Pinot Noirs

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Ethereal. Transcendent. Glorious. Spiritual. These are the types of words that emerge from the minds of Pinot Noir lovers when they find one that is truly great.

Salem gives conditional nod to restaurant plan

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Despite some concerns about parking at the proposed new location for Ralphie's Cafe Italiano on South Broadway, the Conservation Commission is recommending the Planning Board approve a conditional use permit for the plan

Andrew Masson of Boscawen, left, and Bill Hand of Danville prepare for a cookout Saturday outside Market Basket in Hooksett. The cookout is for workers, especially for part-timers being idled starting Sunday.

Waiting game costs Market Basket millions

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Business was so slow at Market Basket off Interstate 93 on Saturday morning that the 385-parking lot that normally would be nearly full contained exactly six cars.

The Weare 250th Committee has decorated all town buildings in honor of the town's 250th anniversary.  Old Homes Day is scheduled for Aug. 23.  On Sept. 21 residents will sign the town's charter during luncheon and play.

Weare will celebrate Old Home Day Aug. 23

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Monthly celebrations for Weare’s 250th Anniversary have been held since January with August’s theme of Old Homes Day quickly approaching, filled with a long list of activities and events on Aug. 23 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Reid Letarte, left, and his father, Hank, center, show off produce grown at their family's White Gates Farm in Tamworth to Marbin Avilez, the executive chef at Hobbs Tavern & Brewing Co. He is planning to incorporate produce and meats raised on the farm into his restaurant's menu.

Farm fresh; Guest chefs, organic food steal the show at dinner nights

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For those lucky enough to score a seat, the farm-to-table-dinner at White Gates Farm is a lot like the TV show “Chopped,” but with a difference: while all of the ingredients are known and produced onsite, the twist is not knowing how...

New Hampshire Food and Wine Calendar

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Events including food and wine throughout New Hampshire from Aug. 6 to Aug. 24, 2014.

With Market Basket shelves bare, fresh produce from the Salem Farmers Market could be more popular than ever this weekend.

Salem Farmers Market organizers planning for big turnout

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The Salem Farmers Market is reliably one of the busiest and best attended in the state. But this Sunday's market looks like it could be the busiest it has ever seen.

When company comes, opt for variety

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We found ourselves with a variety of wines this week as we had company coming for dinner on Saturday.

New Hampshire Community Seafood board member and fisherman Jamie Hayward holds some of his fresh catch. The Portsmouth-based community-supported fishery delivers fresh-caught fish to 13 communities across the state.

Next sign-up begins Aug. 11 for community-supported fishery

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New Hampshire Community Seafood (NHCS) was created to be a type of “farm share for fish,” according to Sarah Vanhorn, manager of the community supported fishery.

The inaugural Granite State Brewers Association Summer Fest drew a large crowd to Arms Park Saturday afternoon for beer tasting, chicken wings competition and live music. David Currier, managing member of Henniker Brewery, samples an offering from Kelsen Brewery with founder Erik Olsen at the tap.

Tapped into flavor at Manchester's Summer Fest

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One of the drawbacks to being a small, independent brewery is it's easy to stay that way and go unnoticed among big-name megabrews.

Rye Harbor State Park

17 Special New Hampshire Picnic Spots

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Looking for a great way to spend some time with the family? Pack those peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, grab a cooler and pile the kids into the car for a one-of-a-kind picnic this summer.

Assistant brewmasters Craig Yergeau, left, and Bryan Link with a sampling of their creations at Milly's Tavern in Manchester. From left is Fisher Cat Ale, Mt. U Cream Ale, Hefeweizen, Manch Vegas IPA, Bo's Scotch Ale and Milly's Oatmeal Stout. Milly's Tavern is a participant in Saturday's Granite State Brewers Festival at nearby Arms Park.

Big turnout expected for NH beer fest

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Beer lovers can sample some of the 100-plus beers being offered by nearly 30 New Hampshire brewers at Arms Park on Saturday.

Salem planners delay hearing on Italian cafe plan

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Earlier this week, the Planning Board continued a public hearing on the site plan for the new location for the popular Ralphie's Cafe Italiano restaurant.

A fine California white with Texas roots

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It’s one of those weeks again — one of those weeks when I come across a very good wine that deserves a column all to itself, thanks to the California’s Truchard family, which has been growing and making wine for some time in the...

Diane Keith, who has been the breakfast chef at the Cider House Cafe for ten years, makes one of the cafe's signature seasonal dishes: blueberry pancakes. She said the secret to a great blueberry pancake is simple: good blueberries.

The secret for the Cider House Cafe's pancakes is in the blueberries

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A Vermont native who has called North Haverhill home since 1961, Diane Keith has been the breakfast chef at the Cider House Cafe at the Windy Ridge Orchard and Christmas Tree Farm for 10 of the cafe's 11 years.

Flynn Luscombe, 1, of Keene with his mom Katy Luscombe enjoys his first Night of 1,000 Cupcakes in Jaffrey Thursday.

At Jaffrey event, they say, 'Let them eat (cup)cake'

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About 1,500 people turned out for free cupcakes at the ninth annual Night of 1,000 Cupcakes at the Jaffrey Civic Center on Thursday evening.

Some refreshing summer sippers

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A toast to summer in beer and wine

Last year, booths lined North Main Street and attracted guests as Rochester hosted a blues and barbecue festival. This year’s event is scheduled for July 19 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Rochester tying together power of blues with Cocheco River in downtown

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Organizers hope tangy flavors of sound and substance will continue to entice area residents to the downtown and bring them back to the city.

Bedford Village Inn tops among 12 NH restaurants in Wine Spectator awards

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Twelve New Hampshire restaurants have received honors in Wine Spectator magazine's 2014 Restaurant Wine List Awards.

The Brookline Fire truck is seen at the aftermath of a devastating fire on Laurel Crest Drive last month in which a thermal imaging camera, purchased with funds raised at the department's annual fundraiser, saved the life of a Brookline man.

Brookline grill competition is 2 days of delicious food

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Spark up the grill because the Brookline Fire Department's 8th annual BBQ Tailgate Competition will be held on July 19-20 at the Brookline Ball Field with two days of yummy food and activities such as horseshoes and music.

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Our Gourmet: Good food, good beer at Elm City

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Unplanned sampling at Elm City Brewing

The beers are best at the Flying Goose

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The beers are the best at New London's Flying Goose

A satisfying meal at Stonebridge CC

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Continuing our summer search for golf courses where the on-site restaurant is advertised and touted on its own merits for success, we had just such an uninterrupted and leisurely, relaxed time one...

A taste of Rome comes to Elm Street

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An Italian cousin joins the Manchester dining scene

A funky take on an old-world pub at Harlow's in Peterborough

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Harlow's Pub in downtown Peterborough is much more than just a bar with food.

A greenside ace for diners at Pease

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A fine dining experience is par for the course at Pease

Our Gourmet: Fine casual dining in a historic setting at Lavinia's

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It's not often that an ad in a competing publication compels us to try a new restaurant, but when the ad features a black and white photo of two guys from the 1950s posing on a fishing dock beside a...

Portsmouth's cool new Italian spot, Tavola

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A cool and classy, very Italian eatery opened in Portsmouth in October, and if it wasn't a bit off the beaten path we would have been there pronto.

A beautiful spot for a great dinner

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Sandwich's Corner House Inn: Beautiful location for a great dinner.

Maybe Manchester's best Mexican food

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Puerto Vallarta: A vacation in Mexico in Manchester

Our Gourmet: Hitting the links ... to sample the food

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Our Gourmet hits the links to check out golf course restaurants.

Hobbs Tavern & Brewing Co. in West Ossipee is drawing crowds

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When we visited the recently opened Hobbs Tavern & Brewing Company on a recent Saturday night BEFORE Memorial Day Weekend, the wait for a table was an hour and a half.

Our Gourmet: Oh, did we have a great dinner at O in Concord

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During a walk around downtown Concord, if you blink you might miss O Steaks and Seafood, which is located in the same building as Red River Theatres.

Kicking back like the locals at Locals

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Going Locals in North Hampton

Our Gourmet: Relaxed dining in a stately setting at Governor's Inn in Rochester

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Casual, affordable dining at Rochester's Governor's Inn.

7th Settlement Brewery in Dover is a new entrant on the brewpub scene

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All together now at a new Seacoast brewpub

Still a sweet spot in downtown Nashua

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Martha's Exchange is still a sweet spot in downtown Nashua.

Demeters in Portsmouth is an elite steakhouse on the Seacoast

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Our last dining adventure featured a casual vibe, so The Dining Companion and I decided to try something a little more upscale this time around. And nothing says upscale more than a steakhouse.

The Colosseum is an Italian favorite as good as ever in Salem

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It had been so long since Our Gourmet reviewers had been to a certain four-star Italian stalwart in Salem we just had to check in and make sure the much-respected Colosseum Restaurant was alive and...

Deep in the woods for stylish dining at Woodbound Inn in Rindge

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Contemporary dining in the deep, dark woods

Smoky, saucy, messy fun at KC's

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Getting saucy at KC's Rib Shack.

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