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Pinterest pops

Thursday, July 10, 2014

That’s right, LiveWell New Hampshire is on Pinterest. The plan is to find cool things to try and then share them with you. It seemed fitting to give popsicles a go for this issue. They are the perfect summer treat, after all. Here are three recipes I found on Pinterest and made at home. They all passed the kid test. … 0

Day trip Pittsburg

Thursday, July 10, 2014

The best way to visit Pittsburg is to go fully armed with information. Luckily for all of us, the Town of Pittsburg has a robust website loaded with I-gotta-see-that-myself images of moose, fish, woodland and lakeside scenery and links to lodging, dining and more. So before you do anything else, visit pittsburg-nh.com and … 1

Thursday, July 10, 2014

We asked Katharine Nevins of MainStreet BookEnds in Warner to tell us what to read this summer. Here’s what she recommends: “Call the Midwife” by Jennifer Worth – $16 each Volume 1: A Memoir of Birth, Joy, and Hard Times Volume 2: Shadows of the Workhouse Volume 3: Farewell to the East End … 0

Happy cleaning: Green products make you feel good about cleaning

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

As friendly as we all want to be to the Earth these days, we’re still not too keen on having it for a house guest. Dirt is delightful in our gardens and all, but keep it off the … 0

Quinoa and Amaranth: Cooking with unconventional grains

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Quinoa and Amaranth have much in common. Both have been cultivated for thousands of years in South and Central America and are easy to grow in New Hampshire’s summer gardens, both are raised for their  high-protein seeds as … 0

Ask a Designer: Outdoor lighting options abound

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Many Americans have embraced outdoor decorating, filling their yards with fluffy sofas, gleaming end tables and even outdoor rugs. But what happens when the sun goes down? Chris Lambton, landscape designer and host of HGTV’s Going Yard, advises his … 0

Marching into Spring

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

March can be so confusing in New Hampshire – one day you can head out to the grocery in a light wind-breaker and the next you can be shoveling two feet of snow. There’s just no telling what … 0

Three ways to use up root vegetables

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

March is the month when gardeners begin starting seeds inside and eating the last of the vegetables stored in their root cellars. They’re called “root” cellars for a reason, because roots, like carrots, rutabagas, storage radishes (such as … 0

Day trip: Dover

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Sometimes I just luck out. When Dover emerged as this month’s feature, I called on two long-time pals to be my guides. Though Edmund and Pat spent decades abroad in exotic spots like Hong Kong, India and Taiwan, … 0

Time to detox?

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

With the turn of the new year still fresh in your mind, the new you might be looking to de-clutter not just your desk and closet but also your mind and body. If so, you might be a good candidate for a detox – a cleansing of the … 0

It’s not easy being emerald

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

When Pantone LLC announced that emerald green was its Color of the Year for 2013, reaction among designers and interior consultants was mixed. The company, which creates and matches colors for the home and fashion industries, picks a … 0

Start now to have your house ready for the spring selling season

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Architect Chris French and his wife, Anya Landau French, turned up the volume on their vacant Washington, D.C., condominium apartment with designer-inspired contemporary furnishings – leather living room furniture, glass and metal side tables, a black dining room … 0

Symbols aside, only a tiny bit of plastic is recycled

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

From an environmental perspective, the only thing that feels good about plastic is the recycling icon found on so many items. Those three arrows, feeding each other in an endless triangle, assure us that as long as we … 0