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Mason's Tailgate Trick-or-Treat will happen Friday night from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Mason Congregational Church parking lot. Children can safely trick-or-treat, all in one safe location, out of the trunks of cars that will include a fire truck and police car. Residents are welcome to participate.Kathleen Baglio Humphreys

A tailgate trick-or-treat in Mason

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Instead of the trick-or-treaters going to homes and ringing the doorbell for Halloween candy, the candy and fun will come to them in a safe environment during Tailgate Trick-or-Treat on Halloween night.

The 12th annual Octoberfest at Pats Peak Ski Area in Henniker and ski swap will be held this Sunday, Nov. 2 starting at 11 a.m. The King Ludwig's Bavarian Band will entertain the crowd.

Pats Peak previews winter with fall fun

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Fall in New England is special with beautiful colors and fall traditions for families to enjoy. This Sunday, Oct. 2, Pats Peak will host their 12th Annual Octoberfest Celebration and the 44th Annual Ski & Snowboard Sale, events people look forward...

Mont Vernon residents Bob and Elizabeth Bell and their five children, Sydney, Sierra, Taylor, Nate and Ben, join Chick-fil-A's 24-hour “First 100” party at its first free-standing restaurant in New Hampshire, on Amherst Street in Nashua.

Chick-fil-A restaurant's opening draws from near and far for camp-out celebration

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Before sunrise on Wednesday, the parking lot next to the new Chick-fil-A restaurant on Amherst Street in Nashua started filling up with tents pitched not just by local families, but fans from all along the Eastern Seaboard.

Ellen Ryan of the Red Arrow Diner mugs with a Mug o' Bacon, a menu item at the Manchester diner consisting of 20 slices of bacon. The Red Arrow is participating in the Makin' Bacon tour tonight. DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER

Manchester restaurants put on their bacon-y best

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Looking for an excuse to pig out? How about tonight's Manchester Bacon Tour?

A Guinness story: a stout and a blonde

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A blonde to go with Guiness Stout

Rockingham Meals on Wheels program working out issues with new caterer

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Earlier this month, the organization switched to a new catering company to provide meals for its clients. While the general satisfaction rate for the Meals on Wheels program has remained high, there are some clients who claim there are still some...

Martha's Exchange

Eight awesome autumn-inspired area brews

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It's Fall and along with the harvest, halloween, football, and foliage viewing comes beer in brand-new flavors. We picked eight (ok, nine) beers from local breweries that best capture the flavor or flair of fall. So pay a visit to your favorite...

Shelly Wolcott poses with some of the selections from her Healthy Solutions Spice Blends line.

Former software engineer spices up her life

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Shelly Wolcott, a one-time software engineer, is a self-confessed foodie. Her new line of herb and spice blends that have found their way into more than 200 supermarkets including Market Basket and Hannaford in less than two years.

A good everyday drinking wine revisited

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If you were to go by the flagship wine magazines like Wine Spectator, you might think that nobody ever drinks a bottle of wine under $95 and that most people in the world have in their cellars case after case of Bordeaux first growths and a flagship...

Food 4 Friends helping children at risk of hunger in Henniker, Food 4 Friends provides a bag of food each week to families with children who are struggling to provide adequate amounts of food at home when the children are not at school, such as weekends and school vacation days.

Food 4 Friends brings community together to help

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Food 4 Friends provides food to families with children ages 0-19 who are struggling to provide adequate amounts of food at home when the children are not at school, such as weekends and school vacation days.

A wine that was long past its prime

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The good, the bad and the vinegar

Owner Sterling Trumphour prepares an oven-ready chicken dish at his shop, The Happy Butchers in Milford.

Milford's Happy Butchers find oven-ready is important to their growing clientele

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A rise in demand for oven-ready dishes at The Happy Butchers has store owner Sterling Trumphour exploring new recipes to offer customers.

The American Chunker, a compressed-air pumpkin cannon that holds the world record for flinging a pumpkin 4,694.68 feet, was in the spotlight at Trombly Gardens' fifth annual Chunker in the Garden festival last weekend in Milford.

Pumpkins fly at Milford festival

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The fifth annual Chunker in the Garden festival at Trombly Gardens in Milford featured the world champion American Chunker, hayrides, corn maze, live entertainment, horse demonstration, games and food, was well attended as families enjoyed the...

Kathie Lee Gifford greets Annette Godwin of Nashua on Saturday during a visit to the New Hampshire Liquor Store in Nashua.

Kathie Lee Gifford draws fans in Granite State visit to promote wine

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Kathie Lee Gifford attracted large crowds in Nashua and Bedford this past weekend as fans were eager to meet the celebrity and taste her newest wine.

Inaugural Bierfest on tap for this weekend in Merrimack

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The event will take place this weekend at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery.

'Adventures in Lager' features some greats

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I have been on a bit of a Sam Adams kick the past few weeks, largely due to the sheer number of fall offerings that are out there.

A braid of Koasek (Cowasuck) corn, a variety commonly grown by the Abenakis.

Efforts to track down Abenaki seeds opens a door to ancient food customs

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If you walk by a field in Piermont and you hear singing, it's likely Peggy Fullerton. It's not that it makes the plants grow faster or better, although who knows, it might.

Justine Bartlett, left, Jaime Laperle and Stephanie Gero get their picture with Larry Thomas, in character as the Soup Nazi from a 1995 “Seinfeld” episode, at a fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Manchester at the Bridge Cafe in Manchester on Monday.

'Soup Nazi' draws crowd - and has soup for you -- in benefit

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Soup was to be had for nearly everyone on Monday, at least those who forked over $10 for a good cause and the opportunity to shake hands with the infamous "Soup Nazi."

Patrons make their way Tuesday into Polly's Pancake Parlor in Sugar Hill, which is poised to undergo a major expansion this fall.

Thanks to its perennial popularity, Polly's Pancake Parlor is expanding

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In an inverse of the classic space dilemma faced by many restaurants, Polly's Pancake Parlor has plenty of parking but only a paltry amount of room for patrons, which is why, for yet another time in its 75-plus year history, the acclaimed eatery is...

Firefighters could not stop flames from burning the Woodshed restaurant to the ground on Nov. 28.

Comeback planned for landmark Lakes Region restaurant

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The Woodshed Restaurant in Moultonborough, which burned to the ground in a Thanksgiving night fire, is coming back in the form of an 1810 barn that will be moved to the site.

Joe and Becky VanNess from Peterborough follow along in the recipe magazine during the Taste of Home Cooking School held at Pinkerton Academy's Stockbridge Theater in Derry on Thursday.

Taste of Home Cooking School draws culinary crowd in Derry

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From novice to expert, hundreds of people in search of new and tastier recipes filled the Stockbridge Theatre Wednesday night for the Taste of Home Cooking School.

Milford's 25th annual Great Pumpkin Festival will be held from Oct. 10-12 in downtown Milford.  Along the gazebo,  expect to see the giant pumpkins on display.

New activities planned for Milford's 25th Great Pumpkin Festival

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It's the silver anniversary for the Great Pumpkin Festival and it's getting bigger and better each year. The three-day festival runs on Columbus Day Weekend and includes the giant pumpkin weigh-in, pumpkin catapult, food, music and lots of...

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Our Gourmet: Elegance of India at Elm and Amherst in Manchester

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Taj India: Exotic flavors at the corner of Elm and Amherst

A taste of Bermuda just west of Exit 20

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Onions at the Tilton Inn: Turn right at Exit 20 for some great food

Like a trip to your Italian grandma's

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Lucciano's: Like grandma's Italian kitchen

Our Gourmet: A trek to Nepal starts in Manchester

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Cafe Momo: A trek to the Himalayas starts on Hanover Street, Manchester

Our Gourmet: Atmosphere, value at the Riverworks

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This week's choice of restaurant was the work of the Teenage Bottomless Pit, whom I had made plans to meet for a quick bite while I was over on the Seacoast one Saturday afternoon.

Our Gourmet: Family-friendly Mexican in Concord

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A craving for Mexican food on an unseasonably cool late summer day brought us to Concord, home of El Rodeo.

Our Gourmet: Next to the fun park, a new seafood spot

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Better luck a second time at Naticook.

Our Gourmet: Memorable family spot in White Mountains

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It was with fond memories that The Dining Companion and I found ourselves back at Tuckerman's Tavern for dinner over Labor Day weekend.

Our Gourmet: Discovering a Port City landmark

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The Oar House: An upscale Portsmouth classic

Our Gourmet: Good food, good beer at Elm City Brewing in Keene

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Elm City Brewing takes up a good chunk of the first floor of the Colony Mill Marketplace, a cool but underutilized retail complex in an old brick textile mill west of downtown Keene.

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.

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