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Eating New England: A Food Love's Guide to Eating Locally, from the Traditional to the Unexpectedby Juliette Rogers
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New England food traditions go deeper than clambakes and baked bean suppers: today the region is a major source of organically grown farm produce and specialty foods. Juliette and Barbara Rogers uncover the best traditional, ethnic, and gourmet specialties in the six New England states. • Find pasture-raised beef and lamb and free-range chicken and eggs • Pick heirloom apples in Vermont, pumpkins in New Hampshire, and blueberries in Maine • Visit cider mills and microbreweries • Sample fresh maple syrup • Discover the best clam shacks on Narragansett Bay • Find rare Portuguese mountain cheeses in Providence • Catch the herring run on Cape Cod • Taste fresh farmstead goat cheese • Both a where-to guide and as a book on food and eating • Includes the whole spectrum of up-market and down-market items Divided geographically and cross-referenced by product, showcases the highest quality, no matter how obscure the location. The authors emphasize not just finding a particular ingredient or product, but putting it in context by showing travelers where to learn about its history, and where to see it being made.
The Rogers sisters uncover the best traditional, ethnic, and gourmet specialties in the six New England states. Divided geographically and cross-referenced by product, they showcase the highest quality foods, where they are made, and their history. 30 photos.
Where to find the best fresh, authentic local foods in New England, from Connecticut to Maine.
The title includes details of: where to find pasture-raised beef and lamb and free-range chicken and eggs; pick Heirloom apples in Vermont, pumpkins in New Hampshire, and blueberries in Maine; visit cider mills and microbreweries; sample fresh maple syrup; discover the best clam shacks on Narragansett Bay; find rare Portuguese mountain cheeses in Providence; catch the herring run on Cape Cod; and taste fresh farmstead goat cheese.
About the Author
Juliette and Barbara Rogers have written for periodicals including the Los Angeles Times, the New Hampshire Sunday News, Yankee, Organic Gardening, New England Living, and many others. They have written many books on food and travel, including Gifts from the Kitchen, New Hampshire Off the Beaten Path, and Eyewitness Boston. They live in Richmond, New Hampshire.
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