New England Celebrities
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Amy Traverso visits with legendary chef Jacques Pépin at his Connecticut home and helps cook up a couple of his favorite French-New England fusion dishes. Then Richard Wiese gets a thrill from custom-built Ducati motorcycles, made in New England and shipped to some of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
The Next Generation
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Richard Wiese and Amy Traverso visit Mayfair Farm, a sustainable New Hampshire farm that’s cooking up incredible dinners and raising healthy, and happy, livestock. Amy makes some delicious desserts with actress Sandra Bullock’s sister, Gesine Bullock Prado, at her baking school in Vermont.
New England Traditions
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Amy Traverso dives into early American history at New Hampshire’s Strawbery Banke Museum. Richard Wiese is also in the Granite State, where he joins the Great Meredith Rotary Ice Fishing Derby, a 44-year-old tradition in which anglers compete for the biggest catch and thousands in prize money. And in Vermont, experience the thrills and learn the story of the Harris Hill Ski Jump in Brattleboro.
The Joys of Winter
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At Pickering House Inn in New Hampshire, Amy Traverso enjoys a delicious inn breakfast before heading out to cross-country ski. In southern Maine, Richard Wiese hits the slopes of Pleasant Mountain and tries winter surfing. And on Nantucket, see the artistry of Hafsa Lewis, a floral designer whose work includes the huge wreath adorning Brant Point Light at Christmas.
Past Meets Future
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In foodie destination Biddeford, Maine, Amy Traverso visits coffee roaster Time & Tide, restaurant Fish & Whistle and culinary antiquarian bookstore, Rabelais. In Charlotte, Vermont, Richard Wiese explores Earthkeep, an innovative farming collective and Vermont Malthouse, where he enjoys a craft beer tasting. Then it’s off to Nantucket and a visit to the famed weaving studio, Nantucket Looms.
Town and Country: Hitting the Heights
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Amy Traverso visits Worcester, Massachusetts, where she meets the owners of the doughnut shop Glazy Susan. Then, from Mount Monadnock, Richard Wiese highlights everything you should pack in your backpack for a climb, particularly in winter. And in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, meet the owners of Wozz! Kitchen Creations and explore what makes their spreads and sauces so special.
A Taste for the Good Life
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Amy Traverso meets up with chef Tiffani Faison in Boston to tour three of her six restaurants and cook one of her signature dishes. In Richmond, Rhode Island, Richard Wiese explores the Preserve Sporting Club on horseback, followed by flyfishing, sporting clays and a visit to their “Hobbit Houses.” And in Westbrook, Maine, visit Ragged Coast Chocolates and see how their confections are made.
Made with Love in New England
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Amy Traverso explores Rockland, Maine, with chef Jordan Benissan of Mé Lon Togo. In Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, Richard Wiese meets up with former NASA astronaut Cady Coleman as well as local glass artist Josh Simpson. Then in New Milford, Connecticut, husband-and-wife team Stacy Kunstel and Michael Partenio make playful and romantic home products under the brand Dunes and Duchess.
Land and Sea
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In Waldoboro, Maine, Amy Traverso stops at a glamping resort and has a festive raclette dinner, then visits local landmark Morse’s Sauerkraut and Moody’s Diner. In Mystic, Connecticut, Richard Wiese finds out what gave the famous seaport its name and does a little fishing. And take a tour of Duparquet Copper Cookware, one of the few remaining makers of high-end copper cookware in North America.
New England Icons
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Richard Wiese heads to Maine for a look at one of the most-photographed lighthouses in the world, Nubble Light. Then it’s off to Boston’s famed North End, where Amy Traverso stops at the Revolutionary-era print shop of Edes & Gill and enjoys cannoli from Modern Pastry. Finally, in Woodstock, Vermont, meet well-known potter James Zillian, founder of internationally acclaimed Farmhouse Pottery.
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