There was less than a week left in a strange, boring-not-boring summer when Mrs. Gourmet and I decided it was time to finally get at least a look at Lake Winnipesaukee before the leaf-peepers started clogging the highways.
This year's presidential campaign is like no other: The conventions were virtual, there's no baby-kissing, and folksy diner visits are out. One other way that it will differ from those in the past quarter-plus century?
MANCHESTER - When the pandemic forced Cheddar & Rye whiskey bar to temporarily close in March, owners Chaz Mitchell and Liu Vaine brainstormed ways to reinvent a small space on the corner of Elm and Hanover streets.
I ’ve been curious about Instant Pots since they became all the rage a couple of years ago, but I’ve been hesitant to get one since my cabinets and pantry are already packed with kitchen gadgets and gizmos designed to bring simplicity and ease into everyday cooking.
MANCHESTER — From as far away as central Maine, northern New Englanders flocked to Manchester to dine Monday for the first time at a Golden Corral restaurant, a treat usually limited to mid-winter Southern sojourns.
I walk by blueberry bushes in my neighborhood every day when I walk my dog. I always take a minute to check the progress of the berries. In early summer, they’re light green and hard, but as the weeks tick by, they turn a beautiful, deep blue and the berries soften to ripe perfection.
Zucchini seem to be one of the most stuff-able vegetables. They can be halved lengthwise and scooped into little boats, then filled and baked; or hollowed out into tubes, stuffed and simmered in sauce.