Monadnock Table

Monadnock Table

Monadnock Table is a magazine that showcases locally made and grown products. Click below to view the full PDF publication.

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A gentle snow falls in a forest where someone comes upon a deer; both freeze and gaze at one another. Artist Nicole Belval imagined that scene when she created the painting chosen for this issue’s cover.

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“The pandemic was like a blessing in disguise; it allowed us to focus on just us,” describes R Aracari, who recently wed her love on the back lawn of Stepping Stones Farm & Event Center in Temple, New Hampshire.

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Happy New Year! I’m so happy to have 2020 behind us and wishing 2021 brings us all lots of vaccines, good health and good meals gathered around a big table together. But until we can get back to visiting with each other, here are some nourishing meals to make for yourself.

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The library has been a lifeline for many during the pandemic. We feel so lucky to continue to use our Harrisville library curbside pickup, and we get frequent emails with the new books joining the collection. I was excited to see “Falastin,” a book on the food of Palestine, by Sami Tamimi, a…

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Master craftsman Stephen Barlow has made furniture for more than 30 years, as did his father before that, and his grandfather before that.

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Some may call it “old school,” but when it comes to jam, the owners of Sidehill Farm of Brattleboro, Vermont, think that’s the best way to make jam. This company uses recipes passed down to Dorothy (“Dot”) Naylor, original co-owner and mother of one of the current owners, Kelt Naylor, 56, pr…