July 07, 2016

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Currier and Ives Scenic Byway NH Route 127

Come visit the Outlet Store when you drive along the Currier and Ives Scenic Byway with breathtaking views of Mt Kearsarge from our door.  The Byway is 30 miles of quintessential small town New Hampshire and well worth the drive!

 

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June 23, 2016

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5 Left Handed Tools Every Lefty Cook Should Own

kitchen tools and utensils for left handed use

Every left handed cook can tell you it's a right handed world!  But there are beautifully handmade wood spoons, spatulas and kitchen tools just for lefties!

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June 22, 2016

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How Long Does Honey Last?

We are frequently asked how long honey can safely be stored in one of our olive wood honey pots.  The answer is indefinitely. View full article →
June 21, 2016

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How to Wash Lettuce Like a Pro

how to wash lettuce like a pro

It's the season for salads and fresh lettuce from the garden and farmer's market.  So, the logical question is "How do I wash my lettuce?"  And is it even necessary?

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May 15, 2016

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My Wood Salad Bowl: Farro Salad Recipe

Farro adds a nice chewy element to a green salad, filling up my wood salad bowl with a nutricious and tasty salad for lunch or dinner.

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November 29, 2015

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'Tis the Season: 8 Tips for Less Stress This Holiday

'Tis the Season, and we want it all to be perfect.  Here are 8 of my favorite tips to reduce your stress this holiday season and spend more time enjoying your family and friends. View full article →
November 13, 2015

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7 Reasons Your Wooden Spoons Fall Apart

 

The wooden spoon is one of the most popular kitchen utensils. With frequent use and improper care, they will often warp, crack or splinter. To keep yours strong and safe for years of use, it’s helpful to identify some of the factors that could be causing early degradation or destruction.

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November 01, 2015

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Tasting Three Blues

Rich, creamy blue cheese, a ripe pear or two, toasted walnuts and some good bread make the solid foundation for a cheese platter. View full article →
October 23, 2015

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Wooden Kitchenware

Whether it’s day-to-day wooden utensils like wooden spoons and spatulas and wooden salad servers or things like wooden salad and serving bowls or wooden cutting boards and chopping blocks , there is a right way and a wrong way to take care of these kitchen essentials. Be sure to follow these do’s and don’ts to make sure yours will be safe, strong and beautiful for years to come.

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October 20, 2015

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Bowl and Board's 10th Anniversary

New Hampshire Bowl and Board Celebrates its 10-year Anniversary with a special discount

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