Vermont and New Hampshire are two sides of the same northern New England climate—the high landscapes of the Green Mountains and the White Mountains, glued together by the Connecticut River Valley. The classic flavors of Vermont and New Hampshire—apples, maple syrup, and cheddar cheese—have grown into an artisanal revolution, and each state produces world-class culinary specialties. In Food Lovers’ Guide to Vermont & New Hampshire, seasoned food writers Patricia Harris and David Lyon share the inside scoop on the best places to find, enjoy, and celebrate these culinary treasures. A bounty of mouthwatering delights awaits you in this engagingly written guide.
With delectable recipes from the renowned kitchens of the area’s iconic eateries, diners, and elegant dining rooms, Food Lovers’ Guide to Vermont & New Hampshire is the ultimate resource for food lovers to use and savor.
Inside you'll find:
Favorite restaurants and landmark eateries
Food festivals and culinary events
Specialty food stores and markets
Farmers' markets and farm stands
Recipes using local ingredients and traditions
Local food lore and kitchen wisdom
The states' best brewers, brewpubs, and wineries
Patricia Harris and David Lyon met over ratatouille made from fresh garden vegetables and courted over fudge-topped brownies. Decades later, they’re still cooking, still traveling, and still writing about it for their Hungry Travelers food and travel blog (hungrytravelers.com). They are coauthors of Globe Pequot Press’s The Meaning of Food, Food Lovers' Guide to Massachusetts, and Food Lovers' Guide to Montreal, and the forthcoming Food Lovers' Guide to Boston. Based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, they have written about Vermont cheese, Belgian beer, Tahitian poisson cru, New Hampshire hot dogs, Neapolitan pizza, Maine lobster, and Spanish elvers for such publications as the Boston Globe, The Robb Report, and Cooking Light. They have made every effort, however, to bring those tastes of travel back home and hope you do the same.