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A look back at some favorite wines of the year

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Well, the end of the year is upon us. It's that time to think back over a year of wine and beer columns and to consider, when all is said and done, what stood out over the course of 2014.

These were a few of our favorite things…

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Looking back on 2014, one thing is for sure: It was a delicious year.

Fire-roasted Tomato Feta Relish is easy to make, and can be retitled depending on what kind of canned tomatoes you use.

Store-bought snacks? Really? These treats are almost as easy, and much more delicious

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Going to a party? Don't bring store-bought munchies when you can make these in no time.

From left, chef Jeff Tenner, chef Gilberto Mendes, General Manager Ken Woodrow and founder Steve Silverstein of Not Your Average Joe's celebrate the opening of their new Nashua restaurant on Monday.

Not Your Average Joe's opens in Nashua

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New Hampshire's first Not Your Average Joe's restaurant opened on Monday, hoping to become the go-to dining establishment for Gate City residents.

This door on a Market Basket supermarket from this past summer's leadership turmoil shows a poster of then-ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas and another showing the chain's 4 percent discount.

End nears for Market Basket's 4 percent savings

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Market Basket will not extend its 4 percent discount off most food items beyond its planned Saturday expiration date.

Pastry chef Katie Johnson plans to open From Scratch Baking Company on North Main Street in Wolfeboro this spring.

New Wolfeboro bakery seeks funds through crowsourcing, would provide jobs for those with developmental disabilities

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Professionally trained pastry chef Katie Johnson intends to raise more than just bread dough when she opens her new bakery, From Scratch Baking Co., this spring at 45 North Main Street.

50 years later, burgers and french fries still making McMemories

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In 1964, Arthur Deleault was one of the burger makers at the South Willow Street McDonald's. Back in the day, when the then-Manchester High School West student wasn't manning the grill flipping patties, he was enjoying the fruits (or meat, as it...

You can relax longer by the tree with these make-ahead dishes on your breakfast buffet

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With all the excitement Christmas morning brings, spending time in the kitchen cooking may not be high on your agenda. A few simple, make-ahead dishes can mean more time around the tree and less time in the kitchen.Great recipes for a cozy Christmas...

Three old beer styles for cold winter nights

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As we continue to look for great brews for winter, I made a long tour through my “Oxford Companion to Beer” this week to give you some good background for the three styles of beer that you'll be reading about below.

Garrison City Beerworks is officially open.

Dover brewery draws a thirsty crowd on its opening day

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Garrison City Beerworks served beer to a full house Saturday afternoon during its first hours of operation.

Spice talk and horse and buggy rides in Peterborough Sat.

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The Mariposa Museum and World Culture Center plans to present Spice: The Quest for Trade and Taste on Saturday at 1 p.m.

A freshly baked loaf of ciabatta bread is a welcome gift, and easy for the recipient to replicate.

Gifts to make Delicious when you give them, and when the recipient makes them again

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Simple, homemade gifts from your kitchen

Samuel Adams Tetravis Quadrupel ale retails for $9.99 for a 750 ml bottle.

Tasting Notes: Heavy on the malt for winter

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Belgian quadrupel ales for the cold weather

Heading into winter with Sam's sampler

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Sam Adams' selections for this winter

Chewy Chocolate Peppermint Brownies

The snow's here, Christmas is coming – it's a marshmallow world

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So many flavors of marshmallows -- and so much better when you make them yourself.

John Raleigh stopped at the Hermit Brook Farm in Sanbornton on Tuesday morning where he met with Owner Monique Labrecque and picked up his pre-ordered turkey. Labrecque raised 175 turkeys this year for Thanksgiving and sold all of them, mostly to repeat customers like Raleigh, who said he'll be back to the farm for a Christmas turkey.

Fans of NH farm-raised turkeys say their birds are worth it

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The relatively few turkeys raised on New Hampshire farms this year have been eagerly gobbled up by consumers, who, in many cases have paid a premium and travelled considerable distances to make sure that the tasty birds end up on their Thanksgiving...

Tasting Notes with Jim Beauregard: Turkey Day wines and a resource for brewers

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Thanksgiving Day is tomorrow. If you have some wine shopping left to do, let's take a look at what goes with Thanksgiving dinner.

Trauger Groh, Alice Groh, Lincoln Geiger and Anthony Graham were honored with a ceremony of recognition for founding the community supported agriculture movement (CSA). It was proclaimed that Nov. 23 be Wilton-Temple Community Farm Day.

Farm movement founders honored at community agricultural day ceremony

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The Wilton and Temple Board of Selectmen, the House of Representatives and the Governor all proclaimed Nov. 23 as Wilton-Temple Community Farm Day in Temple and Wilton with a ceremony presided by the Grange #35 in Peterborough.

Brews for the cold that’s on its way

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A colder-weather sampling of beers and wines

A turkey roasted in an imu pit is incredibly juicy. Cooking time for this 15-pound bird was about five hours.

Thanksgiving turkey goes underground

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So you've roasted them, grilled them, and deep-fried them. If you're looking for a new way to cook your turkey this Thanksgiving, you could bury it.

Emily Lafleur, 4, and Dane Lafleur, 5, of Wilton were enchanted to watch the handmade candy cane process on Saturday and eager to eat their tasty candy cane.

Making candy canes the old-fashioned way a sweet holiday tradition in Wilton

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The time honored holiday tradition of making candy canes by hand still happens at Nelson's Candy on Main Street, as it has for the four generations.

Leigh Maynard shopped for locally grown fresh vegetables on Saturday at the booth of Work Song Farm and is helped by farmer Dan Kilrain. The Hopkinton indoor farmer's market is opened every Saturday until May at Hopkinton Town Hall.

Hopkinton indoor farmers market opens for business

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The indoor farmers market is now open for business and offering locally grown food, home-made specialty goods and even warm alpaca knit socks every Saturday morning from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Hopkinton Town Hall until May.

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Our Gourmet:: Italian with a twist in Portsmouth

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Cafe Mediterraneo: Italian with a twist in downtown Portsmouth

Our Gourmet: A bit of Ipswich in the Queen City

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There's a new seafood place at the site of the old Clam King on Manchester's Second Street, but Ipswich Clambake is far more than a makeover of the popular restaurant that used to live there.

Our Gourmet: Pop on over for the popovers – and more at Popovers in Epping

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Pop on over to Popovers in Epping

Our Gourmet: Flying in for some homestyle cooking at Manchester's Airport Diner

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Great value, good food and convenient hours at the Airport Diner

Our Gourmet: Great barbecue, and plenty of it at Riverside Barbecue Co. in Nashua

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Lather up for some great barbecue by the Riverside in Nashua

Our Gourmet: PastaMore in Amherst is a tasty stop for shopping season

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Warm up your shopping with dinner at PastAmore

Our Gourmet: New restaurant with a familiar feel in Hampton at CR's The Restaurant

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When I heard that the same folks involved with CR Sparks were opening a place in Hampton, my interest was more than piqued. CR's The Restaurant opened a few weeks ago.

Our Gourmet: Elegance of India at Elm and Amherst in Manchester

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Taj India: Exotic flavors at the corner of Elm and Amherst

A taste of Bermuda just west of Exit 20

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Onions at the Tilton Inn: Turn right at Exit 20 for some great food

Like a trip to your Italian grandma's

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Lucciano's: Like grandma's Italian kitchen

Our Gourmet: A trek to Nepal starts in Manchester

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Cafe Momo: A trek to the Himalayas starts on Hanover Street, Manchester

Our Gourmet: Atmosphere, value at the Riverworks

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This week's choice of restaurant was the work of the Teenage Bottomless Pit, whom I had made plans to meet for a quick bite while I was over on the Seacoast one Saturday afternoon.

Our Gourmet: Family-friendly Mexican in Concord

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A craving for Mexican food on an unseasonably cool late summer day brought us to Concord, home of El Rodeo.

Our Gourmet: Next to the fun park, a new seafood spot

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Better luck a second time at Naticook.

Our Gourmet: Memorable family spot in White Mountains

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It was with fond memories that The Dining Companion and I found ourselves back at Tuckerman's Tavern for dinner over Labor Day weekend.

Our Gourmet: Discovering a Port City landmark

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The Oar House: An upscale Portsmouth classic

Our Gourmet: Good food, good beer at Elm City Brewing in Keene

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Elm City Brewing takes up a good chunk of the first floor of the Colony Mill Marketplace, a cool but underutilized retail complex in an old brick textile mill west of downtown Keene.

The beers are best at the Flying Goose

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The beers are the best at New London's Flying Goose

A satisfying meal at Stonebridge CC

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Continuing our summer search for golf courses where the on-site restaurant is advertised and touted on its own merits for success, we had just such an uninterrupted and leisurely, relaxed time one...

A taste of Rome comes to Elm Street

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An Italian cousin joins the Manchester dining scene

A funky take on an old-world pub at Harlow's in Peterborough

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Harlow's Pub in downtown Peterborough is much more than just a bar with food.

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