Books About New Hampshire
New Hampshire Cooking
The Blue Strawbery Cookbook: Cooking (Brilliantly) Without Recipes
Haller, James
(Harvard Common Press, 1976)

Recipes from a renowned Portsmouth restaurant.

Cook Wild: A Collection Of Recipes From EmployeesAnd Friends Of The New Hampshire
Fish And Game Department
(New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 1993)

Have you ever wondered how to prepare or cook the wild food presented to you by some fisherman or hunter? Recipes contained in this collection include Dutch Beer Eel, Pine Bark Stew, Turtle Pot Pie, Chicken-fried Muskrat, Barbecue Bear, Moose Parmesan, & other mouth-watering concoctions!

Cooking In The Shaker Spirit
Haller, James
(Yankee Books, 1990)

The author, who wrote the Blue Strawbery Cookbook, was chef for the restaurant at Canterbury Shaker Village. The 150 recipes in this book were created in the tradition of Shaker simple elegance. An introduction gives some background information on the Shakers & their cuisine.

Country Flavor Cookbook
Pearson, Haydn S.
(Norton, 1962)

A cookbook from Sunny Acres in Greenfield, N.H. evokes the warmth of a N.E. kitchen & cooking at its best.

Favorite Apple Recipes From Apple Growers Of New Hampshire
(Apple Hill Farm, 1996)

A collection of apple recipes, many of which have been handed down through generations, and some new ones display the variety of dishes which you can make using this versatile fruit.

Favorite Recipes From The Diary Of A New England Cook
Morse, Corinne
(Withey Press, 1976)

This book began life as a gift for the author's daughters. She began to add one recipe a day to her diary. Mrs. Morse lives on a farm & uses the farm products available.

Loaf And Ladle Cookbook
Harlow, Joan
(DownEast Books, 1983)

Over 250 popular recipes from her restaurant in Exeter, N.H.

New Hampshire Profiles Cookbook
Brouillard, Elaine R.
(New Hampshire Profiles, 1972)

Haydn Pearson contributed a column for New Hampshire Profiles magazine which included home-tested recipes from his farm. Interspersed among the recipes are some traditional remedies.

Peter Christian's Recipes
Edes, Shirley & Julia Philipson
(Thompson & Rutter, 1983)

This collection of recipes from the Peter Christian Taverns in Hanover, New London & Keene, N.H., was compiled in response to many requests from their satisfied customers.

Seasoned With Grace: My Generation Of Shaker Cooking
Lindsay, Bertha
(Countryman Press, 1987)

Elderess Bertha Lindsay has collected many of the recipes she has used during her years at Shaker Village, Canterbury, N.H. These recipes are derived from oral tradition & manuscript sources. The author recalls her life & experiences in the community, where she had lived since 1905.

The Shaker Kitchen
Paige, Jeffrey S.
(Clarkson Potter, 1994)

The author, resident chef at Canterbury Shaker Village, has compiled over 100 Shaker inspired recipes in this cookbook. The Shakers combined local ingredients with simple techniques to creat delicious cooking. Paige describes village life, mealtimes and kitchen inventions he learned from the last living Shakers.

A Taste Of Portsmouth: An Historical Cookbook With Facts And Recipies From Over 60 Port City Restaurants
(Idea Outfitters, Inc., 1994)

This book combines an historical guidebook to the restaurants in Portsmouth and a collection of recipes from each one. Mouthwatering dishes such as Broccodile Dundee, Apple-Cheddar Pizza Pie, Stout Cake, and Coco Mocho, should entice the reader to visit some of these restaurants. skip navigation
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