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One of the original Thirteen Colonies, New Hampshire was the first to declare independence from England. With a motto like “Live Free or Die,” you might expect as much. The Granite State sits above Massachusetts and is squeezed between Vermont and Maine, with a small outlet to the Atlantic Ocean. This is a forested, mountainous state, also known as the “Mother of Rivers” because its rugged mountains spawn five of New England’s major rivers. These rivers served New Hampshire well during the Industrial Revolution, helping transform the state into a textile powerhouse. Today, the streams and rivers are better known for brook trout, one of New Hampshire’s two official state fish; the large-mouth bass is the other. Early European settlers planted orchards from seedlings they imported from the Old World. Today New Hampshire is an important apple-growing and maple syrup-producing state. In 1719, Scotch-Irish immigrants introduced the potato into New Hampshire farms; the English brought turnips; and French-Canadian settlers offered recipes for salmon pies and pickled beets.

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Home Town: Littleton, New Hampshire, USA
Living In: Claremont, New Hampshire, USA
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I've married to my husband going 25 yrs this august. We have to great chidlren that are grown now. Son 24/daughter22. I'm a stay home wife and I love doing lots of crafts. Always working on something. I love the mountains, beaches, waterfall, lighthouses, and I also collect teddy bears. Oh yea and I hate summer!!! I WANT SNOW!!

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Chef John's Sloppy Joes

Reviewed on Oct. 30, 2014 by JACLYN5   view full review
Really good. Since I was making this for kids, I used chili powder instead of cayenne to cut...

Green Hot Sauce (Salsa Verde)

Reviewed on Oct. 30, 2014 by Bruce Perkins   view full review
I made a large batch and canned it up for use during the Fall months, when a good Mexican meal...

Glazed Pumpkin Donuts

Reviewed on Oct. 26, 2014 by SUNNY719   view full review
Like some others I had to bake about 14 minutes or so. Nice flavor, easy to make. Would like...

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