Food

Food

Food, dining, and agricultural news for the greater New Hampshire Seacoast.
Slow Food Seacoast's Farm Picnic at Osprey Cove Farm in Madbury, New Hampshire.

It was in 2006 that the Seacoast launched its own chapter of the international Slow Food movement. Ten years later, the local organization has done a great deal to promote good, clean, fair food across the region, but much remains to be done.

Craft beer is big business in New Hampshire, and UNH has announced a slate of new beer-related programs.

A roundup of recent dining developments and farming news.

A freshly baked tourtiere.

My family was not so great at holiday traditions. Then and now, I chalked it up to proximity: my parents and I lived about...

Becky Sideman, a researcher with the N.H. Agricultural Experiment Station (NHAES) at the University of New Hampshire, loves Brussels sprouts. But the real reason...

It’s late on a Tuesday night in Kittery Foreside. The stores, cafes, and galleries are closed, but a crowd is starting to form outside...

There was a time, long ago, when pumpkin-flavored treats were scarce. That time is no more. In the time it takes to make a latte,...

Thwop. It’s the sound that is the only barrier between you and summer in the middle of a snowstorm. Thwop. It’s the sound that is...

Estimates vary, but since opening its doors two and a half years ago in Portsmouth, Earth Eagle Brewings has brewed somewhere around 75 beer...

Pictured: Andrew Levinson behind the counter at Profile Coffee Bar, which openedin Portsmouth on July 15. photo by Larry Clow Coffee, coffee everywhere If you need more...