From shores for fish and lobster to sugar bush for maple syrup and meadows for grazing dairy animals, New Hampshire has an impressive range of local foodstuffs for a small state. Find great local food near you in New Hampshire with the resources below.
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New Hampshire Seasonal Produce and Markets
The New Hampshire growing season might be short, but it sure is sweet. See what's in season when with this Guide to New Hampshire Seasonal Fruits & Vegetables. Then you can hit the market. There are plenty of farmers markets in the small state of New Hampshire. Find one near you with this Guide to New Hampshire Farmers Markets.
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New Hampshire Local Foods Resources
Find ideas, inspiration, and like-minded folks with these Local Foods resources in New Hampshire.
- Edible White Mountains is a local foods magazine for the state of New Hampshire whose premier issue came out summer 2009
- New Hampshire Made has things besides food, but the site also offers maps of wineries, cheesemakers, and orchards in New Hampshire
- The New Hampshire Farm Museum lets curious people see what old-fashioned farm life was like, complete with seasonal, food-centric events – held year-round
- Slow Food Seacoast holds events – including winter farmers markets and potluck meals for seacoast locavores
- Slow Food University of New Hampshire holds bake sales, shows food-oriented movies, and hosts other events for slow food lovers
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New Hampshire Maple Syrup
Vermont's may be more famous, but New Hampshire is justly proud of its maple syrup production. Buy New Hampshire maple syrup online from Fuller's Sugar House, learn more about New Hampshire maple syrup from the New Hampshire Maple Producers Association, and see regional maple syrup differences from New Hampshire Living.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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