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October/November 2013 E-Newsletter: Thanksgiving

By Jen Risley (November 3, 2013)

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Late October 2013  
LINKING FARMS, FOOD, and YOU
Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving meals take a lot of planning and preparation — especially if you want to include locally grown meats, fruits and vegetables.  This month’s e-newsletter wants to remind you to start your planning now, if you haven’t already.Have some advice or questions for other localvores (people who incorporate locally grown food into many of their meals)? Please email us today!

Book Giveaway

Congratulations to Andrea T.! She won a free copy of the book The Miracle of Apple Cider Vinegar from last month’s raffle.

This month, we’re giving away the book Homesteading (Skyhorse Publishing) edited by Abigail R. Gehring.

Want to enter this raffle?  You’ve just entered by opening this e-newsletter.  We’ll select, at random, one winner from our contacts each month.

Find out who the winner is next month — and which book we’re giving away in our November e-newsletter.

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Know Your Farmers:
Where to Find Farm Fresh Turkeys

Click below to view a list of farms that raised turkeys for Thanksgiving.  Be sure to reserve your turkey as soon as possible, since some farmers are already sold out!

View the Farm Fresh Turkeys list.

From Farm to Kitchen:
A Pumpkin Pie – 1763 
This pie recipe comes from Mrs. Anne Gibbons Gardiner’s receipts from 1763, as republished by White & Horne, Hallowell, ME 1938.Try this Recipe:  A Pumpkin Pie

Historic Role for Plainfield Oxen
By Lorraine Merrill, Commissioner; From the Weekly Market Bulletin
A pair of Milking Shorthorn oxen, named Lewis and Clark, are headed to their new home at the George Washington Birthplace National Monument, in Pope’s Creek, Va., on the Potomac River. The team, now 5 ½ years old, were raised and trained by Kate Whybrow of Plainfield. Whybrow is a Plainfield native who was active in 4-H and grew up showing Shorthorns.

Photo: Valley News

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The most popular post this month on NH Farms Network’s Facebook Page.

 
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Featured Event

13th Annual
Farm Fare
Fri., Nov. 22, 4-7pm
Sat., Nov. 23, 9am-3pm
Stonewall Farm,
Keene
Find everything you’ll need to create a wonderful Thanksgiving feast. Enjoy farm-fresh products from over 30 vendors including organic meats, vegetables, jams, jellies, coffee, cheeses, herbs, honey and so much more. Learn more.
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