New Hampshire


In New Hampshire, “Live Free or Die” isn’t just a motto, it’s a way of life. On this episode of State Plate, Taylor Hicks will explore the liberated larder of a state that’s truly free. First, Taylor will taste some fall-ready soup and find out the history of America’s first fruit, the pumpkin. Next, he’ll savor the freest dairy product in the union – New Hampshire’s unpasteurized yogurt.  Then, he’ll find out what’s like to be home on the free-range when he visits venison and white potato farms. And, finally Taylor will sample a dessert that tastes like cider, eats like cake, and has the freedom to claim both parties. It’s the snacks of the citizenry on this episode of State Plate!

Featured Plates & Food Contributors

Appetizer: Pumpkin Bisque
Laconia Pumpkin Festival | Learn More

Entrée: Venison
Bonnie Brae Farms | Learn More

Side 1: Mashed White Potatoes
Apple Hill Farm | Learn More

Side 2: Yogurt Salad Dressing
Huckins Farm | Learn More

Dessert: Apple Cider Doughnuts
Meadow Ledge Farm | Learn More

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