57 min

Episode XI: Fall is Here That's Rad

    • Society & Culture

The air is getting cooler, the leaves are changing colors, and most importantly -- fall food is being cooked up in full swing! In honor of northern New Hampshire’s most colorful season, host Anastasia is talking about some of the flavors that pair best with Autumn for the latest episode of That’s Rad. First up, Morgan of Mount Cabot Maple reminds us all why we need to ditch the “pancake pigeonhole,” and start using maple products all day, every season. Then, if you can’t make it apple picking this year, hearing from Bill and Ben of Champlain Orchards is your next best bet for the ~authentic orchard experience~. If only that saying about “an apple a day…” could be swapped out for their ciders, pies, and other delicious fruits, too. So grab your headphones and an apple cider donut and press play on another great episode of your locally produced local co-op podcast.

In addition to the producers featured on this episode, the Littleton Food Co-op is stocked full of local eats and treats for your fall feast. Produce, cheeses, meat, craft beer, and more from all over your community in one convenient location: just off Exit 41 in Littleton, NH! All are welcome to shop here (no membership required!), so stop by during your next leaf-peeping trip. Or if you’re too full from your maple syrup intake, check us out online at littletoncoop.com.

The air is getting cooler, the leaves are changing colors, and most importantly -- fall food is being cooked up in full swing! In honor of northern New Hampshire’s most colorful season, host Anastasia is talking about some of the flavors that pair best with Autumn for the latest episode of That’s Rad. First up, Morgan of Mount Cabot Maple reminds us all why we need to ditch the “pancake pigeonhole,” and start using maple products all day, every season. Then, if you can’t make it apple picking this year, hearing from Bill and Ben of Champlain Orchards is your next best bet for the ~authentic orchard experience~. If only that saying about “an apple a day…” could be swapped out for their ciders, pies, and other delicious fruits, too. So grab your headphones and an apple cider donut and press play on another great episode of your locally produced local co-op podcast.

In addition to the producers featured on this episode, the Littleton Food Co-op is stocked full of local eats and treats for your fall feast. Produce, cheeses, meat, craft beer, and more from all over your community in one convenient location: just off Exit 41 in Littleton, NH! All are welcome to shop here (no membership required!), so stop by during your next leaf-peeping trip. Or if you’re too full from your maple syrup intake, check us out online at littletoncoop.com.

57 min

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