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New England Traveler

A Dinner Samuel Huntington Would Recognize

Hitch up your carriage and go “over the river and through the wood” to the Huntington Homestead. Smell gingerbread warming near the fire and observe a farmhouse dinner Samuel Huntington would be satisfied with. Tours available.

Paris Picks | The Best Restaurants and Bakeries

New England Today

Paris Picks | The Best Restaurants and Bakeries

I’m taking a step away from the usual recipes today because I just got back from a trip to Paris, and since my main question in planning the trip was, “Where should I eat?” I thought some of you might want some fresh recommendations as well.

The following picks stood out

New England Traveler

19th Century Apple & Cheese Harvest Festival

Award: Top 10 2016 Fall Events, Vermont Chamber of Commerce!Come celebrate Johnny Appleseed’s birthday! Bring the whole family to a harvest festival at the Justin Morrill State Historic Site that features gardens, exhibits, an icehouse, ice pond and a historic home decorated with gingerbread designs. Make your own cider in

Mix Café & Bakery, Jeffersonville, Vermont

New England Today

Mix Café & Bakery, Jeffersonville, Vermont

The first thing that hits you as you walk into this sunny spot in the tiny village of Jeffersonville is the mouthwatering scent of fresh-baked pastries, decadent creme brulee French toast, and whatever waffle is on special.
If your taste runs to hearty, you won’t go wrong with the cafe’s summer

New England Traveler

Dockside Inn

Pleasantly renovated in bright and airy Vineyard style, the Dockside’s 21 rooms are steps from the harbor and close to the gingerbread cottages of the camp-meeting grounds. BEST HARBORFRONT HOTEL.

The Friendly Toast, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

New England Today

The Friendly Toast, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

It’s not just owner Melissa Jasper’s epic collection of vintage kitsch that draws people into “the Toast” for late-night snacks, leisurely brunches, and everything between–though it’s awfully fun to sit at a ’50s dinette set, admire the old board games and Orange Crush ads lining the red walls, and play

New England Traveler

Penny Cluse Cafe

Not much gets a college kid out of bed before noon, but this brunch mecca has drawn generations of UVM students, who dig into fish tacos, peanut–ginger tofu scram, and gingerbread pancakes. Entrees: from $5.

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