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Get Free Guide to Seacoast Harvest Print Email
Written by Seacoast Food   

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Seacoast Harvest, a local food guide published by Seacoast Eat Local and Slow Food Seacoast has arrived! We known because we got our copy in the mail. This is exactly the kind of grassroots publication needed in these parts and our straw hats are off to its producers. Read about how to get your copy below.

 

 

 
Seacoast Guide to Rum Print Email
Written by Rachel Forrest   

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TASTE OF THE SEACOAST

Whether mixed with fruit juice in a frosty glass festooned with a paper umbrella or brewed in a warm mug fragrant with hot butter, rum is a liquor always blended with history. Read the whole story below.

 

 

 
Remembering Emilios Print Email
Written by J. Dennis Robinson   

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PORTSMOUTH MEMORIES

Face it. He’s not coming back and Emilio’s is closed forever. Those of us who lived for a hand-crafted lunch cooked and served by Emilio Maddaloni have only a feast of memories. But wasn’t it great while it lasted? Our archived story follows below.

 

 

 
How to Do a Clambake Print Email
Written by Crystal Ward Kent   

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TASTE OF THE SEACOAST

Taste of the Seacoast takes you behind the scenes and reveals the secrets of a real down-home Yankee clambake. We don’t take our clams lightly around here. Seasoned food writer Crystal Ward Kent gets it right—right down to the seaweed.

 

 

 
Best Fried Clam Guide Print Email
Written by J. Dennis Robinson   

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DON'T TRY THIS AT HOME

This region is smack in the heart of Fried Clam country. People get in SUVs, buses and airplanes just to get here where the clams are. But there are rules, my friend, and not all fried clams are equal. Here’s why and how to get the best of the best in the Seacoast.

 

 

 
Seacoast Chefs Tell All Print Email
Written by Crystal Ward Kent   

Chef Talk

TASTE OF THE SEACOAST

In this gustatory roundtable five of the Seacoast’s best chefs talk about what it takes to succeed. Taste of the Seacoast offers the word on what to do – and not do – in the kitchen, if you want to be a professional.

 

 

 
Seacoast Brunch is Weekend Indulgence Print Email
Written by Crystal Ward Kent   

Get out on SundayTASTE OF THE SEACOAST

It’s a lazy Sunday morning, perfect for snoozing late, reading the newspaper, and enjoying a leisurely brunch. But where to go? Help is at hand. This sampling of well-known brunches and breakfast buffets is sure to tempt you. Thank goodness Sunday comes every week..

 

 

 
Ciao Italia Quick Recipes Print Email
Written by Mary Ann Esposito   

Ciao Italia Pronto
TASTE OF THE SEACOAST

Nationally known Italian chef Mary Ann Esposito offers three 30-minute recipes from her latest cookbook Ciao Italia Prono!. Included here are complete details for oven roasted cauliflower, pears with apricots in wine and grilled pork tenderloin. Enjoy.

 

 

 
Signature Dishes of Seacoast Chefs Print Email
Written by Crystal Ward Kent   

Dessert at Grisini by Jack Bingon/ Taste of the Seacoast
TASTE OF THE SEACOAST

Classic. Distinctive. Unforgettable. These are the words diners use to describe memorable meals — chefs signature dishes that people order again and again. Here are some of the regions classic dishes. Click to visit three exciting restaurants.

 

 

 
Mary Ann Esposito Talks Print Email
Written by Jean Kerr   

Mary Ann Esposito

TASTE OF THE SEACOAST

You know her for the Italian cookbooks and the TV cooking shows. But did you know that this bestselling author got her start writing for a free Portsmouth weekly newspaper? Mary Ann Esposito offers a candid look at her busy life in this fascinating interview with her first publisher.


 
Best Kept Restaurant Secrets Print Email
Written by Crystal Ward Kent   

Bonta in Hampton, NH /Jack Bingham
TASTE OF THE SEACOAST

We’re about to spill the beans about some of the best restaurants in the region. We should probably keep them to ourselves, but they are too good not to share. Check out Pepperland Cafe, Chapman Cottage, Duckfat in Maine and Bonta in Seacoast NH.

 

 

 
The Very Best New England Clam Chowder Recipe Ever Published in the World! Print Email
Written by J. Dennis Robinson   
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Writer J.Dennis Robinson (wearing sailor hat) collects clams with his father John B. Robinson at Cape Cod in 1952. For the story of great grandfather John Scott click here.
 

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