action:section | category:NEWHAMPSHIRE07 | adString:NEWHAMPSHIRE07 | zoneID:2

Home » NewHampshire.com » Dining & Food

Hart's Location — Oreos — Photo 3 A single OREO Mini cookie was recently mailed out to every resident in Hart's Location as part of a promotion by its maker, Mondelēz International. The tiny cookie, which is about the size of a quarter and much smaller than its full-sized brother, got to some, but not all, residents in Hart's Location, ostensibly due to a mailing error.

John Koziol

Tiny cookie causes stir in tiniest town in New Hampshire

READER COMMENTS: 0

HART'S LOCATION – A tiny cookie caused a stir in this, the smallest of all Granite State municipalities, when some OREO Mini's – recently dispatched to the smallest communities in all 50 states as part of a promotion – failed to...

Skillet hash was a common hearth-cooked dish for early American families, made with vegetables that could be stored and whatever meat was available.

Peterborough group shares the basics of hearth cookery

READER COMMENTS: 0

Cooking at an open hearth was a labor of love.

A story to bring beer lovers pleasant dreams

READER COMMENTS: 0

"Goodnight Brew": A parody for beer people

Vanessa Elliot, 7, of Rindge dips a piece of banana into a chocolate fountain at the Mariposa Museum Saturday as part of an exhibit celebrating “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” author Roald Dahl's birthday.

Peterborough exhibit tells the story of chocolate

READER COMMENTS: 0

The Mariposa Museum celebrated Roald Dahl's birthday Saturday as part of its World of Chocolate exhibit.

The food pantry at 527 Main St. in Farmington, which is run by Community Action Partnership of Strafford County, is in great need of protein – especially peanut butter – vegetables and grains which can make meals for area families.

Strafford County CAP seeks food donations

READER COMMENTS: 0

Residents are being asked to help by donating nonperishable items — meats, peanut butter, tuna fish, canned vegetables, pasta and sauces, macaroni and cheese, rice and Ramen noodles; canned soups, jelly, cereals and baking supplies.

New book covers NH's brewing landscape

READER COMMENTS: 0

As readers of this column know, the craft brewing industry has been growing steadily for decades in the United States. In the past, if one wanted to write a book about craft brews, one would have to go nationwide to find enough of them to fill a...

Erin Caron of Pelham holds her 4-month-old daughter, Everly, in a food tent Saturday at the annual Hampton Beach Seafood Festival.

Seafood festival draws thousands to Hampton Beach

READER COMMENTS: 0

Thousands of people filled a stretch of Ocean Boulevard in Hampton Beach on Saturday, for the second day of the annual Hampton Beach Seafood Festival.

Sophia Domitrovich, 2, of Keene, takes in the jack-o-lantern display in Central Square at the 2013 Keene Pumpkin Festival.

Keene Pumpkin Festival wins USA Today award

READER COMMENTS: 0

The Keene Pumpkin Festival won the most votes in the USA Today competition for best specialty food event this week.

Jen Leonzi, owner of the Country Cow Restaurant and Bar, and chef Stacie Gentile, making a mussels appetizer on Wednesday.

Country Cow owner says 'Restaurant: Impossible' experience a great one

READER COMMENTS: 0

With some help from the Food Network's "Restaurant: Impossible" and a large cast of volunteers, the Country Cow Restaurant and Bar is back from the brink and, despite some major changes, is better than before, says Owner Jennifer Leonzi.

There's plenty of variety in local farmstands, but the growing conditions have been a challenge for field tomatoes in parts of New Hampshire this summer.

Cool summer means NH tomato crop is just reaching its peak

READER COMMENTS: 0

It's been a challenging season for NH tomatoes

Two fine Pinot Noirs from one winemaker

READER COMMENTS: 0

I'd written about a MacMurray Pinot Noir not that long ago in this column, but then I came across two 2012 bottles that were sourced from different California locations and thought they both merited mentioning.

MEL GOSSELIN

Food Bank director gets national honor

READER COMMENTS: 0

The director of New Hampshire Food Bank has been named the 2014 National Chair of Hunger Action Month, according to a release.

John Byrne of North Hampton takes a practice swing before teeing off during the FEEDNH.org's first golf tournament fundraiser at Manchester Country Club in Bedford on Monday. It was the trust's first major fund-raiser and raised more than $50,000.

Great NH Restaurants to expand its charitable efforts with FEEDNH.org

READER COMMENTS: 0

A longtime supporter of non-profit organizations within the Granite State, Great New Hampshire Restaurants, owner of T-Bones, Cactus Jack's and the Copper Door, has taken its next step in its charitable giving by establishing its own non-profit...

Jim Beauregard's Tasting Notes: October's on the shelves already

READER COMMENTS: 0

An August jump on Oktoberfest.

NH food & wine calendar, beginning Aug. 28

READER COMMENTS: 0

Calendar of food and wine events throughout New Hampshire, beginning Aug. 28.

For more than 50 years the Francestown 5 Road Race has been a big part of the Francestown Labor Day event with a 5K and 8K event for kids and adults.

Francestown's Labor Day Festival offers four days of fun

READER COMMENTS: 0

Closing in on a century of festivities while giving back to the community has kept the Labor Day events going strong.

Line supervisor Dana Roberson grabs a fresh tray of stuffed pepper casserole while preparing hot lunches for Meals on Wheels. The food is cooked by commercials kitchens and delivered to the Carpenter Center for packaging.

Coordinated effort in Manchester: Preparing Meals on Wheels a major daily production

READER COMMENTS: 0

A lane Rapazza scans the small group of staff and volunteers at the Carpenter Center's Meals on Wheels program and gives a slight nod of satisfaction.

Mixing it up in the beer aisle

READER COMMENTS: 0

The art of the mixed six-pack

Still Openings in Barry Camp Wild Game Culinary Adventure

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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.

Menu Guide

A directory of menus for dining established across the Granite State.

Events > Food & Wine

Always up-to-date, your guide to culinary happenings.

Our Gourmet

Next to the fun park, a new seafood spot

READER COMMENTS: 0

Better luck a second time at Naticook.

Memorable family spot in White Mountains

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

The Oar House: An upscale Portsmouth classic

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

A satisfying meal at Stonebridge CC

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

An Italian cousin joins the Manchester dining scene

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

A greenside ace for diners at Pease

READER COMMENTS: 0

A fine dining experience is par for the course at Pease

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

Maybe Manchester's best Mexican food

READER COMMENTS: 0

Puerto Vallarta: A vacation in Mexico in Manchester

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

Going Locals in North Hampton

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

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

READER COMMENTS: 0

All together now at a new Seacoast brewpub

Still a sweet spot in downtown Nashua

READER COMMENTS: 0

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

Demeters in Portsmouth is an elite steakhouse on the Seacoast

READER COMMENTS: 0

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.

 New Hampshire Events Calendar
  

   » SHARE EVENTS FOR PUBLICATION, IT'S FREE!

Arts and Entertainment
Family, Community and Culture
Outdoors, Sports and Recreation