Author Archives: Jill Hall

Emily’s Post: Veggie Up Dinner

One of my more recent obsessions is spaghetti squash.  Spaghetti squash is a pale yellow winter squash that resembles the appearance of spaghetti on the inside.  It is a great way to incorporate another vegetable into your meal, and is a great substitute for spaghetti and pasta.  If you are trying to reduce your intake […]

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Veronique’s Post: the Bees Knees

As the warmer weather hits and the snow starts to melt (hopefully), new varieties of fruits and vegetables are coming to the market. One product that has stayed constant throughout these seasons is: honey! Honey can be found throughout our farmers markets and New Hampshire. Honey is a staple food item for NH residents, and it is easy to understand why […]

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Chloe’s Post: The Spaghetti Experiment

One of the major benefits to eating local foods is that they are extremely fresh and taste better. In order to confirm this, I conducted a little experiment with my family members as the research subjects. For dinner one night, I prepared two dishes of spaghetti with red sauce. The difference between the two was that one […]

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When Food becomes like a Pet

When, like I do, you have a bit of a penchant for projects, sometimes your food starts to feel oddly like a pet – or at least something that is monitored and cared for on a daily basis until finally you get to enjoy the ‘fruits’ of your labor! There have been a few ill-fated […]

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Bone Broth on a Bone-Chilling Day

It’s winter again here in New Hampshire and absolutely bone-chilling cold outside. I’m taking advantage of some time cooped up in the house due to cold and (impending) snow to catch up on long-overdue office work and to strike a few things off of my kitchen to-do list. By this evening I will be defrosting about […]

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Emily’s Post: Really Rad Radishes!

After spending every other Saturday morning at our farmers’ markets, I have been able to walk around and see what kind of produce is available.  A few weeks back, I stumbled upon a new vegetable to me – a watermelon radish.  I saw this and didn’t know what it was, so I had to learn […]

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Veronique’s Post: Unleash the Quiche!

It was in a quaint café in Montreal, Quebec that I discovered my love for quiche. Was it the flaky, buttery crust? The melt in your mouth texture of the egg filling? Or was it the meaty robust flavor of the sautéed mushrooms? What I knew for sure was that brunches were never going to be the same.  A […]

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Chloe’s Post: A Nutrition Major’s Take on Eating from Local Farmers’ Markets

As I mentioned in my introductory blog, I am a University of New Hampshire student currently majoring in nutrition. I chose this major because I always have had a passion for eating well and have always been fascinated with how we control what foods we consume! Throughout my studies, I have formed my own opinions […]

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Emily’s Post: Getting Hummus Happy

Easy Kale Hummus This weekend at our farmer’s market I had the pleasure of having my own table where I had samples of hummus!  I had two different types, a classic hummus and a kale hummus.  I used fresh carrots and radishes for dipping, and I must say it was a success!  It was great to […]

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Chloe’s Post: Restaurants with a Local Focus: Another Way to Incorporate Local into Your Life

While going to a farmers’ market and getting your own local foods is a fantastic idea (read my previous blog post: 7 Reasons to Go to Your Local Farmers’ Market), there are other ways you can incorporate local foods into your life. One of these ways is by going to restaurants that have a local […]

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