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Keeping Our Seacoast Community Updated in Light of COVID-19

In À la carte By Taste of the Seacoast / May 2020

We're all doing our best to cope with the ongoing impact of COVID-19 - both on our daily personal lives, and as a community overall.

Beautiful Barbados

In Taste(ful) Stays By JoAnn Actis-Grande / February 2020

Did you know that the Island of Barbados is the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean, and the first Zagat-rated Caribbean island? Even better, restaurants here do not have to rely on other countries for their ingredients.

A Fount of Chocolate

In Food Finds By Lisë Stern / February 2020

When Andy and Samantha Brown’s house burned down in early 2016, they naturally decided to start a chocolate company. It had been a longtime dream, and the fire made them realize everything could be lost any time; might as well take the plunge.

Enhanced Maple

In Food Finds By Lisë Stern / January 2020

In New England, we are accustomed to excellent pure maple syrup. Which is great as is. But then, there are enhancements that can make it that much better.

destinationtaste: The White Mountains, NH

In Taste(ful) Stays By Keith Lemerise / May 2019

STAYThe White Mountain region has all kinds of accommodations, from small B&Bs to grand hotels and resorts. We recently visited two noteworthy inns.

Going Nuts ~ GrandyOats

In Food Finds By Lisë Stern / January 2019

GrandyOats in Maine has been making oat-based granola for decades—since 1979, and current owners (self-described) Head Honcho Nat Peirce and Chief Granola Officer Aaron Anker have been in the business together since 2000.

Morning Glory Inn

In Taste(ful) Stays By Kristyn Lak Miller / May 2018

Tucked away in the woods, all wrapped up in rather voracious gardens, Morning Glory Inn is a fantastic reminder that an authentic seacoast experience is about more than just the sea—although, it should be noted, the inn is quite close to York Harbor Beach and the famed Wiggly Bridge as well as nature preserves, hiking trails, and golf courses.