September 27 2013

Porcini Mushroom Rub

Porcini Mushroom Steak Rub By Avi Deiter | Published: 2014-04-21 Take your steaks to the next level with this delicious porcini mushroom rub. Rating: 5 stars based on 75 reviews Prep time: 15 min Cook time: 15 min Total time: 30 min Serving size: 4 Ingredients: 2 1b Lobsters Unless you really good friends with a butcher or you have lots of money, you’re probably … Read More

September 27 2013

Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette

Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette By Avi Deiter | Published: 2014-04-21 A few good quality ingredients make amazing dressings that rival anything that has been sitting on the shelf.           Don’t Buy…Try…To make your own Vinaigrette There are many fine dressings out there, but I dare you to compare after making your own. A few good quality ingredients make amazing dressings that rival … Read More

September 27 2013

Marinated Chicken Satay

Marinated Chicken Satay By Avi Deiter | Published: 2014-04-27 Simple and flavorful, these Asian kebabs are easy to prepare and demonstrates the effectiveness of marinades. Rating: 5 stars based on 41 reviews Prep time: 15 min Cook time: 20 min Total time: 35 min Serving size: 8 Ingredients: 16 Chicken Tenderloins or 2-3 Chicken Breasts, sliced thinly TIP #1 Don’t Hesitate…Marinate Little bites before a … Read More

September 24 2013

6 Beautiful New Hampshire Cities

New Hampshire brings visions of green landscapes, beautiful mountains and cobblestoned small towns. In many respects, New Hampshire lives up to its name with many cities that can transport visitors back in time. Here are six of the most beautiful cities in New Hampshire. 1. Hollis The family-oriented Hollis embodies what tourists envision of New England. Complete with a village green, old homes and farmland, … Read More

September 19 2013

New Hampshire Vacation Planning Guide Offered By Popular...

September 5, 2013 North Conway, NH – Stonehurst Manor, a historic boutique hotel, a favorite among locals and tourists alike, released their 13 page New Hampshire Vacation Planning Guide to assist travelers in planning a New Hampshire Vacation. “We hope this guide, which includes information on the best times to visit, seasonal activities, where to eat, where to shop, and where to stay, will help make the planning … Read More

September 19 2013

6 Prohibition Era Cocktails that Are Still the Cats Meow

The 18th Amendment was passed in 1919, and made it illegal to sell or consume alcoholic beverages. However, humanity has been been getting drunk on fermented grains, fruits, and vegetables since before recorded history; passing a few laws wasn’t going to keep our thirsty species from kicking a few back. One thing that prohibition did accomplish was that it forced bartenders to be a tad … Read More

September 19 2013

Michael's Top Ten Drinks Infographic!

You all know and love him!  Michael Rego reveals his recipes for the top 10 most favorite Stonehurst drinks so you can make them at home! Use This Graphic for FREE on Your Site! You may use the infographic above on your website, however, the license we grant to you requires that you properly and correctly attribute the work to us with a link back … Read More

Martini at the Stonehurst Manor, North Conway, NH September 19 2013

The History of New Hampshire Spirits

Drinks in New Hampshire are much the same as drinks in the rest of the U.S., but with a connection to history and local ingredients, here are some spirits with an interesting history in New Hampshire. Hot Buttered Rum Rum was first invented in the 17th century in the West Indies but quickly caught on in the American colonies where distillers imported molasses and quickly … Read More

September 17 2013

New England Foods: The Legacy

New England had a rich legacy of cultivating the land and the ocean to create its foods. With a history rooted in European and Native American influence, many of the foods have been made for 1000’s of years. New England locals still relish in these foods, and visitors can enjoy them in restaurants and at local farms alike. Here’s a look at six New England … Read More