Explore UpCountry sugar houses.
Anthropologist Michael Lange is educating New Englanders on syrup’s role in their past — and future.
Pouring rich, thick pure maple syrup over a short stack of pancakes or French toast is a timeless ritual in New England, where sugar makers turn sap into sweet, sticky goodness.
By Telly Halkias Whether your love is brand new or decades old, a romantic dinner for two is always a great way to keep the spark alive. But finding the right venue for an intimate evening can be more time consuming than you think. To help you out, we’ve put together a list of romantic… Continue reading Six romantic dining choices for Valentine’s Day
New England favorites for winter weather
Green Mountain Market and Deli serves up some New England spirit.
Terrazza Ristorante in Greenfield, Mass. is a family affair.
For Maggie Stuckey, gatherings around soup nights bring comfort to the season. By Jennifer Huberdeau Winter brings many things in New England: shorter days, longer nights, layered clothing, blustery winds, sub-zero temperatures, snow and ice. Hearty New Englanders take the cold weather in stride, turning the long, frigid nights into opportunities to enjoy a bowl… Continue reading The warmth of a winter soup
Vermont’s Robb Family Farm wondered if its future was past when it stopped milking cows after more than a century. Then Brooke Shields told People magazine about its maple syrup.
Manchester’s Kimpton Taconic Hotel blends rustic charm and modern luxury.