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Hidden Acres Farm, Newton NH
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The curve of the road brings you around and to the farm. There the tractors seem artfully situated near the driveway, the light shines through the barn door, the wrap-around porch greets you, and it all says “Welcome to Hidden Acres Farm.” The house, barn, and outer buildings retain the charm of a long-ago era. If the walls could talk, there would be many tales (and tails) of daily life on the farm.

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New Hampshire Salads

Petals & Pollen Salad
Posted May 13, 2016
Petals & Pollen Salad

1 Tablespoon Bee Pollen
6-8 Edible Flowers
6oz Mixed Greens
Honey Comb
¼ cup Olive Oil
½ Cup of Balsamic Vinegar

The Dressing: Whisk together the vinegar, honey, olive oil, until the honey has dissolved, and the dressing is smooth. Toss …

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Tomato and Yellow Pepper Salad with Spanish Onions and Cumin Seeds
Posted July 16, 2013
Tomato and Yellow Pepper Salad with Spanish Onions and Cumin Seeds

Because it gets better with time and will hold up for several hours without refrigeration, this salad makes a great buffet or picnic vegetable salad (try putting chunks on skewers for a picnic). Yellow pepper …

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Lettuce and Vegetable Dressings
Posted May 19, 2013
Lettuce and Vegetable Dressings

From Tracie’s Community Farm, LLC, Fitzwilliam, NH
Spicy Peanut Sauce:
Combine 1/2 cup natural peanut butter and 2 Tbsp hot black tea (or boiling water) and stir until smooth. Stir in 1 Tbsp soy sauce, 1 Tbsp lime …

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Dandelion and Bacon Salad
Posted May 10, 2013
Dandelion and Bacon Salad

Dandelion leaves are best eaten when they are on the youngish side and before flowering. As the leaves get older and bigger, they become bitter but make a delicious cooked vegetable with olive oil, lemon …

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Spicy Apple Salsa
Posted October 29, 2012
Spicy Apple Salsa

The addition of walnuts is a reminder of the old fashioned Waldorf salad with raisins and mayonnaise. This New York Times recipe is low cal with the spicy flavors that  are popular today. Photo: McLeod …

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Chicken Salad with Apples and Leeks
Posted August 4, 2012
Chicken Salad with Apples and Leeks

This chicken and apple salad is a bit more interesting than most in that it includes prepared mustard and very finely sliced leeks which give the crunch one might get from celery.
1 teaspoon prepared mustard                                                                         …

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