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Due to some last-minute cancellations, Appleton Creamery (Appleton, ME) still has space left in the 2-day Home Cheesemaking workshop, February 27 and 28. Visit the Appleton Creamery website for details and fees.
New Hampshire Farm Museum Presents Thanksgiving on the Farm – Saturday, November 21st 10am to 3 pm
Take a horse drawn ride through the farm fields to Grandmother’s farmhouse for a taste of a Victorian Thanksgiving on the farm. Hear the stories of Thanksgivings past from costumed guides on a special tour of the historic Jones farmhouse. Meet the farm animals and our heritage Naragansett Turkeys, the first American turkeys. Explore the barns filled with and try the big yellow barn hunt. Enjoy hot cider and pumpkin pie in the farmhouse kitchen and warm up by the campfire with roast chestnuts and popcorn. Museum Country Store will be open for Holiday shopping. $10. adult/ $5 child.
Join us for a great evening of wine and cheese made in our state. Learn about New Hampshire wines, taste some delicious cheese from New Hampshire Farms and meet the cheesemakers from Via Lactea Farm in Brookfield. Cheese will be available for purchase or place an order for the holidays. You can also bid on some great silent auction items for holiday giving. Space limited please reserve ~ call $10. per person
New England cheese, that is. This New England Cheesemakers site describes some New England cheesemakers, including two in New Hampshire and a few others not far from the Seacoast, and offers recipes, trivia, and lots of other information. It even gives some sources for local stores which carry New England cheeses. At this time of year, what could be a better treat?