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Magic Foods CEO said the Bedford location has a “ski lodge” feel, with fireplaces and themed wall decor.

Magic Foods opens second Canoe restaurant in Bedford

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Magic Foods Restaurant Group is opening a second location of its popular Canoe Restaurant and Tavern today in Bedford, the company's fourth restaurant in New Hampshire.

Michael Dussault of Nashua is one of 18 new chefs from across the country competing in “Hell's Kitchen,” airing next month.

From the frying pan into 'Hell's Kitchen'

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Michael Dussault of Nashua faces the most intense culinary classroom in season 14 of 'Hell's Kitchen' premiering March 3 on FOX.

Tasting Notes with Jim Beauregard: Happily, Angry Orchard gets Hop'n Mad

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Remember the old saying, 'An apple a day keeps the doctor away?' It wasn't about apples. It was about drinks made from apples, to be sure, which the French have been making from time immemorial.

The riper plantains are, the sweeter they become as their skins move from green to yellow with black splotches to brown and black.

This tropical staple shines in sweet or savory dishes

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Plantains: Bananas' homely cousins sure know how to cook

Peas? Yes, please

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While piles of snow are building up outside and temperatures dipping below zero, a shot of bright color and a reminder that spring is just around the corner are welcome additions to the dinner menu.

Something summery for the dead of winter

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A rose to help us think spring

Buying Girl Scout cookies? There's an app for that

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From little girls baking in well-appointed kitchens at the hems of their mothers to armies of badge-clad salesgirls pounding the pavement to selling cookies with the click of an app, Girl Scout cookie sales have come a long way in the nearly 100...

Laura Dion of Litchfield took home first prize for nontraditional pies in Saturday's apple pie contest at Mack's Apples. Dion said her recipe for caramel-pecan apple pie earned her a second place ribbon last year.

Competitors offer up sweet success at pie baking contest

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Two seasoned local bakers took home top honors in Saturday's annual Apple Pie Contest at Mack's Apples.

A Pinot Grigio of a different color

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Pinot Grigio: an Italian white, right? Well, most of the time.

Dark Chocolate Butter Cream Frosting makes a delicious layer of love for a special dessert.

Food and love and Valentine's Day

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It seems that when dinner is put together to meet a requirement or fill a quota instead of a way to nourish the family, the meals lack love. Over the years, I've learned that many people use cooking as a way to express their love.

Homemade crackers are easy and inexpensive

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So why should a box of name-brand snack crackers cost more than a pound of chicken breast?

Jim Beauregard's Tasting Notes: With Wine Week over, let's have a beer

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So, Wine Week is now behind us. I hope you were able to attend at least one of the many events that were presented here in the Granite State.

Mac & Cheese 10 Country Flavor Tour: America's Favorite Comfort Food Goes Global

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Ahhhh, macaroni and cheese…America's favorite comfort food, right? But, did you know that some mac and cheese recipes go way back to 1769 and come from all over the world? To celebrate this fun culinary adventure, Mr. Mac's in Manchester, NH...

Tasting Notes: A preview of some Spectacular red wines

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The big Easter Seals Winter Wine Spectacular is coming right up (next Thursday, Jan. 29), and today we're continuing our preview of some of the wines that will be offered for tasting.

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Our Gourmet

Our Gourmet: Worth the trip out into the elements

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A warm welcome at Cotton

Our Gourmet: In Derry, we're big fans of Drae's small plates

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If Drae had been around when we lived in Derry 25 years ago, we may never have moved away.

A special place for a special evening

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Romantic dinner? Hanover Street Chophouse fits the bill

Our Gourmet: Tortilla Flat in Epping is fun and friendly, but on the mild side

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Tortilla Flat: A bit more spice would be nice

Spicy new entry on local Asian scene

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Were we not looking for it, we might not have spotted Sun Shui tucked into a shopping plaza in southernmost Bedford, located on Route 3 close by the Airport Road interchange.

An upscale spot for BTTR BRGRs

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The brgrs are bttr at BRGR Bar

Our Gourmet: Nashua's 110 Grill off to a good start

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110 Grill: New gathering spot shows great promise

Pressed for a great lunch or light dinner

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Pressed for time? Pressed Cafe can help

Our Gourmet:: Italian with a twist in Portsmouth

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Cafe Mediterraneo: Italian with a twist in downtown Portsmouth

Our Gourmet: A bit of Ipswich in the Queen City

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There's a new seafood place at the site of the old Clam King on Manchester's Second Street, but Ipswich Clambake is far more than a makeover of the popular restaurant that used to live there.

Our Gourmet: Pop on over for the popovers – and more at Popovers in Epping

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Pop on over to Popovers in Epping

Our Gourmet: Flying in for some homestyle cooking at Manchester's Airport Diner

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Great value, good food and convenient hours at the Airport Diner

Our Gourmet: Great barbecue, and plenty of it at Riverside Barbecue Co. in Nashua

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Lather up for some great barbecue by the Riverside in Nashua

Our Gourmet: PastaMore in Amherst is a tasty stop for shopping season

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Warm up your shopping with dinner at PastAmore

Our Gourmet: New restaurant with a familiar feel in Hampton at CR's The Restaurant

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When I heard that the same folks involved with CR Sparks were opening a place in Hampton, my interest was more than piqued. CR's The Restaurant opened a few weeks ago.

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.

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