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  1. Corn chowder Blueberry pancakes Harvard beets Yankee pot roast Cider apple donuts and Ben and Jerrys

  2. We already made our plans for late September to come back! So excited to take a few of your routes through New Hampshire!

  3. I forgot to list the maple whoopee pies we buy at the grocery next to the USPS in Marshfield–we bring several back to Texas every year!

  4. You said limit to first 5-10 items, so here goes–ANYTHING made with maple syrup! We visit Vermont plus other parts of NE every September, and there are some foods that must be consumed every year! That includes maple creemies (best found so far is at a grocery store in Chelsea, VT), maple pie at Wayside in Montpelier, apple crisp made with maple syrup, maple donuts at Dunkin’ Donuts, maple syrup & candy from Morse Farm, and maple cream from Gadapee Family Sugarhouse. THEN there is clam chowder at Alisson’s in Kennebunkport, ME; and steamed lobster at Maria’s and Portland Lobster Co.a in Portland! I could continue but this list is long enough to show we LOVE New England food!

  5. 1. Love the HOT fresh CIDER DONUTS at Moulton Farm as Jeff mentioned- I make sure to make that a stop every year! I have had other cider donuts and so far these are the best ones.. IMHO
    2. The pumpkin or butternut squash bisque soup at Simon Pearce Quechee-Vermont
    3. Maple Bacon-well all the fresh made pancakes at Pollys Pancakes- but the bacon… so good!!
    and my favorite Pie Place on Hwy 1 in Maine- closed … so I will have to find a new Best Blueberry pie place… though the diner in Stonington Maine has pretty good blueberry pie….

    Great list going so far.. love finding good eats for a fall day!

  6. Fresh pressed cider and cider donuts from Cold Hollow Cider Mill in Waterbury Vt along with Cabot cheese ,also in Waterbury both are must stops on our visits to that area in the fall.In fact ,we always take along a cooler to bring a sample home to enjoy later.Yes leaf peeping is now in my blood!!!! Enjoy reading your blog..Thanks

  7. That’s exactly how we feel when Spring approaches and leaves appear on the trees – it gets us started on dreaming for Fall and our annual New England foliage trip. We love the local fairs and the pumpkin patches and the farm markets with apples, cider, and baked goods to enjoy.

  8. Petey’s in Rye, NH has THE BEST Clam Chowder & I found a little gem last fall at The Main Street Cafe in Stowe, VT for the best Maple Walnut cookies & their soups & sandwiches are awesome. I love fall in New England!

  9. Hi Jeff, On our most recent New England trip in October 2015 we stopped at the Equinox Valley Nursery and pumpkin patch in Manchester, VT on on a cool and breezy afternoon. They featured a fake cemetery complete with skeletons and humorous epitaphs as well as a fairy ring with “ghosts” made of sheets and pumpkins. But most welcome was the small stand where the owner’s family sold hot apple cider and fresh apple cider donuts. Most welcome on a cold October afternoon!

  10. Of course, my husband liked the lobster and loved the sea scallops. I enjoyed the delicious blueberries (including the ones we picked on our carriage roads bike rides in Acadia National Park), and the amazing maple syrup in New Hampshire. Love your pics and hope to return someday. We spent early Oct. in North Carolina last fall. It was pretty, but didn’t compare to New Hampshire in 2012 🙂

  11. My fav I look fwd to this autumn – yes! we’re finally coming from Texas in the fall vs our usual summer trip 🙂 – are those fresh from the brick over Montreal bagels at Myer’s Bagels in Burlington Vt 🙂

  12. Jeff – I enjoy your blog and look forward to seeing your seasonal pictures as I prepare for my trip in October to New England. 🙂 Like you said, I’ll obviously try fresh Maine Lobster while in Bar Harbor and looking forward to anything that has cranberries in it( a favorite of mine) but what has interested me the most is hoping to try a homemade Tourtiere! One of my favorite snacks is a good old (store bought) turkey pot pie and from what I have read about Tourtiere’s – they sound delicious!! Perfect for a nice cool day to warm me up 🙂

  13. I would try a piece of blueberry pie or maybe some blueberry muffins.

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