Category Archives: Veronique

Veronique’s Post: When One Door Closes…

This winter season, as an intern for Seacoast Eat Local, has been one of the most wonderful and educational experience thus far. I’ve learned so much from both Shelly and Jill, my amazing co-interns, the array of farmers, and the many customers that I’ve met. I can still remember my first farmer’s market, and the buzz of energy […]

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Veronique’s Post: It’s Always Tea Time

What’s better than a steaming cup of tea and great book? The weather might be warming up but that won’t stop me from brewing a cup of my favorite tea. There are a variety of teas, with coinciding health benefits. Though I love my cup of Earl Grey, there are so many blends and flavors to entice […]

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Veronique’s Post: Warm Weather and What’s to Come

It’s April, and we’ve only left the cold temperatures and blankets of snow. With the bitter frost behind us, warm weather is creeping in. What better way to celebrate the arrival of spring than with this iconic springtime crop, asparagus! Asparagus usually start popping up around May but their season does not linger too long, so make […]

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Veronique’s Post: You Can’t Beat Beets

Beets are finally obtaining their deserved spotlight, no longer are they treated as an ignored side dish. Though I usually turn away from what I assumed was another plain root vegetable, I found myself drawn to these earthy bundles. When you cut into the rough dirty exterior of these, you unearth beautiful jeweled tones of red and gold. Beets are extremely […]

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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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