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50 Years of Cookbook Recipes Complimented by Memories, History, and Trivia.
Memories, history, photos, and trivia tucked midst the 365 recipes. This cookbook is a collection of love from our customers, friends, visitors, family, employees, suppliers, and maybe even a tidbit from you.
This 2019 pocket-sized Maple Cookbook has over 75 delicious Maple recipes and hints for using Maple Syrup.
Welcome To Our Sugarhouse is not only a coloring book, it's a primer in how Maple Syrup is made.
A History of Cannon Mountain: Tales, Trails, and Skiing Legends
by Meghan McCarthy McPhaul
(History Press, 2011).
Cannon Mountain’s history is steeped in skiing legend and lore. The granite-domed mountain has been the playground of skiers since the 1930s and is home to the country’s first down mountain ski trail, the first passenger aerial tramway in North America, and the first professional ski patrol. More than a dozen members of the U.S. Ski Hall of Fame—whose contributions to the sport include historic racing feats, the development of ski techniques, and designing countless ski areas across the country and around the world—have called Cannon their home hill. Meghan has been skiing at Cannon Mountain since she was a small child. After five years in the mountains of Colorado, she returned East and began a career as a small-town newspaper reporter, earning accolades and professional journalism awards while working on the side as a ski coach. Her book captures the flavor of Cannon for all to enjoy.
All books will be signed by the author (since her husband's family business (Harrison Publishing House) has done all the printing for Harman's over the years - we do have a connection).
For more information, visit Meghan's website: http://meghanmcphaul.com/Home_Page.html
Paperbound, 151 pages (with endnotes - 173 pages).
Life at the Top: Weather, Wonder & High Cuisine from the Mt. Washington Observatory
by Eric Pinder
2009: Hobblebush Books, 180 pages
A Memoir, How-To, and Compendium of Yankee Humor by Rebecca Rule
In her career as a yankee storyteller, Rebecca Rule has traveled throughout New England telling stories and gathering them. This book is the capstone on a twenty-five year career; the best of the best of these stories are collected here. It is also a memoir of how she came to be a storyteller, why storytelling matters, and what she has learned about the craft in the hundreds of performances she has given.
It’s a book full of characters, insight, heart, and good humor. Careful where you read it because you will be laughing out loud!
Rebecca Rule has made it to Sugar Hill a few times and captured some of Maxine & Bert Aldrich's humor in her stories. Perhaps you have heard Maxine telling a customer (maybe you) the difference between New Hampshire or Vermont Maple Syrup. If you haven't heard it then you'll find the difference explained on page 272 of Rebecca's book (answer is only 3 words). On page 221 you'll find an example of the town meeting wit from both Maxine and Bert. It was the first town meeting that I (Brenda) had gone to and I wanted to disappear into the floor but both Mom and Dad gave very truthful answers as Mom drove the car to grocery shop or take us kids to places in Franconia while Dad drove us to the bank and to shop in Littleton. Rebecca Rule has some creative spelling in her book but these two stories are part of the truthful stories . . . and there are a few embellished stories in this book, too.
Published in 2019
Concord, New Hampshire