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New England Traveler

Bounty: Thanksgiving at Old Sturbridge Village

Experience the traditions of an early 19th-century New England Thanksgiving. Learn about 1830s dining etiquette and watch the men of the Village compete in a post-dinner target shoot. Smell the scents of roasted turkey and pies warming by the fire. Learn about Native American food traditions and customs and hear

Bounty: Thanksgiving at Old Sturbridge Village

Experience the traditions of an early 19th-century New England Thanksgiving. Learn about 1830s dining etiquette and watch the men of the Village compete in a post-dinner target shoot. Smell the scents of roasted turkey and pies warming by the fire. Learn about Native American food traditions and customs and hear

Bounty: Thanksgiving at Old Sturbridge Village

Experience the traditions of an early 19th-century New England Thanksgiving. Learn about 1830s dining etiquette and watch the men of the Village compete in a post-dinner target shoot. Smell the scents of roasted turkey and pies warming by the fire. Learn about Native American food traditions and customs and hear

Bounty: Thanksgiving at Old Sturbridge Village

Experience the traditions of an early 19th-century New England Thanksgiving. Learn about 1830s dining etiquette and watch the men of the Village compete in a post-dinner target shoot. Smell the scents of roasted turkey and pies warming by the fire. Learn about Native American food traditions and customs and hear

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

Apple Festival – Monroe, CT

St Peter’s Annual Apple Festival is the perfect way to kick-off New England’s fabulous Fall season.It’s a community tradition you don’t want to miss. Every year on the first weekend after Labor Day, St Peter’s Church holds its annual Apple Festival. Craft vendors from all over the Northeast set up

Picco

Picco

All the pies at this South End stalwart are terrific, but we’d argue that the best pizza of all is Picco’s “Alsatian” pie, which tops a crisp and pillowy long-fermented crust with caramelized onions, creme fraeche, bacon, and Gruyere. No, this isn’t health food, but a small pizza for two

Area Four

Area Four is chef Michael Leviton’s ode to wood-fired cooking, and the pies here, with their long-fermented crusts and “A4″ mozzarella, bubble up to chewy-crisp perfection in his ovens. Don’t miss the Carbonara, with caramelized onions, Provolone, scallions, bacon, and eggs. BEST PIZZA.

Berry Manor Inn

Not only do guests enjoy an expansive breakfast, but they also have access to pantries stocked with Maine-made Gifford’s ice cream and the inn’s renowned homemade pies, such as to-die-for blueberry, mixed berry, and apple. Rates: from $145. Best Anytime Pie

Bradford Junction Restaurant & Bakery

JUST LIKE MOM’SHoused in a former train depot, this down-home eatery is a popular landing spot for locals, who feast on just-like-mom-made pot roast, chicken pot pies, and other comfort foods. Even better are the prices. A family of four can easily enjoy breakfast or lunch for under $25.

Crush Pizza

A superhot wood-fired oven (900 ) bakes these ultra-fresh custom pies in 90 seconds. Supermodel-thin crust, fresh veggies from local sources, mouth-watering toppings like truffle cream, and ingredients from Italy yield soft (not cracker-like), oozy goodness and yummy char on the dough. Pizzas: from $8.95. Best Thin-Crust Pizza

Culinary Walking Tour

Explore Portland’s historic Old Port and sample the foods that define coastal Maine, from artisanal cheeses to seafood to whoopie pies.–Yankee Magazine, May/June 2012

Ever So Humble Pie Company

“We make it, you bake it” is this bakery’s motto. The folks here sell frozen, ready-to-bake pies in 5-, 8-, and 10-inch rounds. Their apple variety pairs local fruit with brown sugar and spices and heaps them high. Their “squmpkin” pie (frozen but fully prebaked), above, fills a pastry shell

Friars’ Bakehouse

Brother Kenneth Leo and Brother Donald Paul bake divine breads along with sinful whoopie pies and other treats, plus a limited (just two, say) selection of soups and sandwiches. Tables are communal; prayers are free.

Grammy’s Country Inn

Best Country Cookin’Locals know that Grammy’s dishes out humongous portions of mighty fine downhome fare, such as hand-cut potatoes, fried everything (including lobster), and two-fisted whoopie pies. Nothing fussy, nothing fancy, and almost everything is less than $12.

Grandma Miller’s

Named for the owner’s grandmother, this family business makes 28 different kinds of pies, any of which can be shipped frozen and unbaked. The apple-crumb variety, packs in a pound of fruit and is crowned with streusel topping. (There’s also a sugar-free version.) And especially for the holidays, don’t miss

Grissini Trattoria

The crispy pies emerging from the wood-burning ovens here deliver big flavors without gobs of cheese. They’re delicate yet bold, familiar yet creative. The pancetta is topped with tomato sauce, smoked bacon, caramelized onions, roasted red peppers, and goat cheese. Pizzas: from $14. Entrees: from $21.

Hannah Grimes Marketplace

BEST LOCAL SHOPPINGYou can buy well and do good at the same time here. The shop features traditional and nontraditional New Hampshire-made products, from the tasty (homemade pies) to the necessary (felted handbags).

KO at the Shipyard

We’re letting you in on a little secret here: The best waterfront views of Boston Harbor aren’t in Boston. They’re in up-and-coming East Boston. And the best view is from Piers Park, a refurbished waterfront idyll with incredible views of the city skyline. Just a short walk from the park,

Liberty Hill Farm

At Beth Kennett’s 270-head dairy farm, guests wake up to house-made pork sausage and local maple syrup, spend the day collecting eggs or shoveling Holstein pies, and then relax on the porch as the stars come out. Rates: from $90 per person ($70 teen/$50 child), including full breakfast and dinner.

Matt Murphy’s

A no-frills, friendly spot straight out of an urban Dublin neighborhood. The cheese platter with soda bread is a meal in itself; and the fish-and-chips comes with spicy ketchup and pickled onions—all of it wrapped in newspaper. Entrees: from $12.Matt Murphy makes the Irish pork sausage, the soda breads, the

North Bakery

A pastry chef without a sweet tooth? Kelly Dull admits that it’s the pastry world’s artistry that inspired her studies at Johnson & Wales. Here, savory muffins, scones, and hand pies coexist with sugary treats. Salt-dusted chocolate-chip cookies outsell them all. Pastries: from $1 each. Best Inventive Baked Goods

Petsi Pies

Renee McLeod, a.k.a. Petsi, learned to bake from her grandmother. One of those recipes was her sweet-potato pie, which combines roasted spuds, brown sugar, spices, and evaporated milk for a hefty pastry. Her eggnog-custard pie, tastes like that velvety holiday elixir–a blend of heavy cream, eggs, sugar, nutmeg, and cinnamon–baked

Pizzeria Posto

The first establishment in New England to pass the stringent requirements of Italy’s Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, Posto bakes hand-kneaded pies in a domed, wood-fired oven for about 90 seconds—just as the Naples pizzerias do. Purists stick to the Margherita, but the daring among us opt for a pie topped

Stutzman s Farm Stand, Bakery & Cafe

Pair views over working farmlands with hearty soups, fat sandwiches on house-made breads, and brick-oven pizzas, all scratch-made from fresh-from-the-fields ingredients. Don’t miss the homemade pies and sweets or the all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch with entertainment. BEST FARM-TO-FORK.

The Daley Cafe at The Other Store

Sharing space with Indian Mound Hardware, Kate Thompson’s delightful eatery offers a view of the Swift River and turns local ingredients into great soups, salads, sandwiches, and pies. Thursday pre-theater dinner (BYOB) if you’re heading over to watch The Barnstormers. Sandwiches: from $3.75.

Tracey s Seafood

Tracey’s serves big portions of ultra-fresh lobster, chowders, and fried seafood at low prices: Think two-for-$10-or-$14 lobster rolls, plus weekend fish fries and clam fries with free seconds for $10.95. Don’t miss the homemade pies. Best Twofer Lobster Rolls

Wild Blueberry Land

Step inside a humongous roadside blueberry to find freshly baked Maine wild-blueberry pies, muffins, and scones; blueberry jams, syrups, spreads, butter, truffles, ice cream, and more; plus blueberry-scented candles and blueberry-themed everything else. BEST BLUEBERRY EVERYTHING.

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