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Ya Mamma's Italian Restaurant

The recipe for our classic Marinara Sauce has been in the Ferrazzani Family for over 100 years. Inspired by Old World cooking, Chef Michael’s Authentic Italian sauces use only the finest vine-ripened tomatoes, extra virgin olive, and fresh garlic. These red, chunky sauces are loaded with lycopene, a powerful antioxidant that helps reduce the risk of certain cancers and heart disease. Tomatoes compliment and enhance all pasta dishes and other favorite delicacies.

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Winnipesaukee Chocolates

When Jonathan and I were courting, he would leave small surprises for me to find at work, in my car, on my doorstep at home. These were not big things, just a flower, a note, a feather he found on a walk. For Valentine’s Day that year he wanted to do something special and he knew that I liked chocolate (who doesn’t?!). Being Jonathan, he couldn’t just go to the store and buy some; what’s special about that? So he decided to learn how to make truffles. On Valentine’s Day I went out to my car after work to find a single red rose and a box of the most wonderful chocolates I had ever tasted. Needless to say, I ended up marrying him, and he has been making chocolates ever since: truffles for Christmas presents; cakes for birthdays and weddings; cookies just because; any thing we can think of, as long as it has chocolate.

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Whoop It Up

Made-from-scratch is not a thing of days gone by in Whoop It Up’s kitchen, located in southeastern New Hampshire. All of our baked goods are “homemade” and baked fresh to order. Whoop It Up uses only the highest quality flours and ingredients, and we don’t use any preservatives in our foods. We specialize in the good, old-fashioned Whoopie Pies, just like Mom always made. With a nice, cold glass of milk, there is arguably no better snack! Aunt Sue’s Carrot Cake is a sure winner, too, for any affair. It is deemed "The Very Best" by anyone who tries it.

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St. Julien Macaroons

In the wee hours of the morning, six days a week, James Price trudges downstairs from his apartment into his bakery to heat up the brick ovens in preparation for cooking his 17th century-recipe macaroons. When customers walk through the door of St. Julien Macaroons, Price's 4 a.m. effort is evident in the wonderful, mouth-watering almond-scented aroma wafting from the bakery.

I was providential when somewhat adverse circumstances 26 years ago pushed the Price family toward creating St. Julien Macaroons of White Oaks Farm. Today, James Price ships the delicious confections all over the world. In 1974, James' father, W. C. Price, was a stockbroker who experienced as business setback that cut the family income in half.

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White Mountain Kettle Corn

White Mountain® Kettle Corn follows an old tradition of kettle-popped popcorn brought to the USA in the 18th and 19th centuries by European immigrant farmers. Legend has it that, at the end of a long, hard day of work, it was a farm custom to pop corn in the large cast iron kettle used to render lard from hogs. The corn popped very quickly in the hot kettle, and farmers often added a sweetener such as molasses, honey or sugar to the popcorn. Today, we make our fresh gourmet kettle corn in small batches to ensure top quality and freshness, just as they did years ago.

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