What comes to mind at the thought of “American” food? Your answer will depend on where you live, as there may be no better example of a “regional cuisine” than the food habits of the United States. All parts of the U.S. have a unique style to offer, but it’s indisputable that the most bold, […]
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New Hampshire’s cookie is a subtly spiced cookie sweetened with molasses. Less spicy than a ginger cookie, less darkly molasses-flavored than a hermit, with a crispy outside and soft inside.
Despite its French-Canadian origins, poutine feels like a distinctly American dish. A plate of deep fried potatoes covered with cheese curds and gravy makes for an item that has gained nationwide acceptance as an over-the-top comfort food. Nowadays, eateries of all calibers are eager to feature it on their menus. Diners, pizzerias, pubs and even […]
Few events throughout the granite state garner as much attention as Manchester’s Taco Tour, a festival devoted to the humble handheld meal. Now in it’s ninth year, the event features numerous area restaurants dishing out an original taco creation for $2 a piece. Attendees have the opportunity to vote for their favorites, with The Gyro […]