Culinary History Symposium

Enfield Shaker Museum Announces Culinary Symposium Food for Thought: A Study of the Past Through Food Place: Enfield Shaker Museum, 447 NH Route 4A, Enfield, NH 03748 Date & Time: Saturday, October 24, 2009 • Symposium 9:00 am – 6:30 pm NH Growers’ Dinner – 6:30 pm (optional) Description: Food for Thought: A Study of the Past Through Food An all

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Backyard Gardeners Series at Portsmouth Library

Portsmouth Public Library invites all backyard gardeners to their summer series of events on five Thursday evenings in July and August. Learn about garden restoration, herbal gardens, composting and the benefits of attracting honey bees to your garden. Plus enjoy a special movie night featuring music by Yo Yo Ma. July 9 – Restoring an Eighteenth Century Garden July 16

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New Exhibit at the NH Farm Museum in Milton

New Hampshire Farm Museum Contact:  Kathleen Shea, 652-7840 for more info Visit our new exhibit on farm women and work in the Barn and the Farmhouse ell.  Tour the historic Jones farmhouse and meet several roleplayers portraying the different generations of women who lived on the farm.  Learn to make butter and join us for tea and cake on the

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Erin Go to the Potluck

For the next Slow Food Seacoast potluck and meeting, on Sunday, March 4th, we’ll be exploring flavors of the Emerald Isle. This theme was chosen in honor of the approaching St. Patrick’s Day, as well as the strong influence of Irish culture brought to New England over its entire history. For many, the phrase ‘Irish food’ conjures a bad reputation

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Early Days (or, The Origin Story)

Slow Food Seacoast came about not because of any one individual, but because the time was ripe. Alison Magill had been talking to friends for years about starting a Slow Food group on the Seacoast. Her background as a member of a cooperative grocery had already cemented her committment to fresh, local, sustainably produced food, and she knew there were

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