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UNH and New Hampshire Brewers Association host the first annual NH Craft Brewers Conference

With steady growth every year, the craft beer industry is becoming an economic driver than cannot be ignored. To give our state’s young and entrepreneurial students an opportunity to explore this industry, UNH has added a new brewing science minor in the College of Life Sciences and Agriculture. I know what you’re thinking: every college […]

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Lobster isn’t Just Food, it’s Tradition (Plus a Recipe!)

For months, my social media feeds have been flooded with dreamy images of ice cream, summer produce, and locally-caught seafood. New Hampshire summers are very food-centric, and for many native Granite Staters, these foods are tradition. For me, this is especially true of lobster. As a kid, the Isles of Shoals was my home away […]

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Something is Brewing in Durham

In 2013, I moved away from my hometown of Lunenburg, MA, to Durham, NH, to pursue a degree in Hospitality Management from the University of New Hampshire (UNH). College was exciting and challenging. Even though I had worked in the hospitality industry since the age of 14, I was taking in so much new information. […]

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Steak Gets a Sidekick

Every great food has a dependable sidekick to rely on. Spaghetti without meatballs would just be a slippery pile of bland cooked grains. Without jelly, peanut butter would glue your mouth closed. Chips without salsa would just be jagged tortillas that would cut your mouth if you aren’t careful. And without fries, a burger would […]

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Eighteen Miles

A while ago, an acquaintance of mine asked why lobster is associated with New Hampshire, when New Hampshire is hardly a coastal state. I gently, and jokingly, corrected him: “Hey, we have eighteen miles of coastline, and we’re proud of every one.” On that number, your mileage may actually vary. It all depends how you […]