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What's your favorite apple for pie making? Does it make this list?
'Tis the season for apple pie! Make sure yours doesn't fall flat with these picks for the best apples for apple pie, from The Apple Lover's Cookbook.
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The results of this tragedy can still be seen throughout New England today. The walls of our Inn's sun room are covered with 2" thick x 36" wide boards gleaned from the aftermath of this horrific storm.

"The 1938 hurricane was the worst natural disaster in American history . Almost 700 people perished as the result of the storm, and 2,000 were injured. More than 63,000 people lost their homes. Almost 20,000 public and private buildings were destroyed, and 100 bridges had to be rebuilt. The cost of the damage totaled more than $400 million in 1938 dollars. Only about four percent of the businesses lost were insured. Many, struggling to stay afloat through the Great Depression, finally sank in the Great Hurricane."
The Hurricane of 1938 was the worst natural disaster in American history, greater than even the Chicago fire or San Francisco earthquake.
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Ooooohhhh... look at this yummy frittata I just found in the latest issue of New Hampshire Magazine! made with our own Walpole Valley Farms pasture raised sausage. I need to run out and get some chevre so I can make this for lunch! Yumm!
Use local ingredients to make a frittata that proves eggs are for more than just breakfast.
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Although our neighbors at Alyson's Orchard top this list it includes some other nearby favorites too. Where is your favorite place to pick?
Yankee Magazine's senior lifestyle editor, Amy Traverso, shares a list of the best apple orchards in New England.
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Ever wonder about the merits of homemade compost as a fertilizer? Just look at this volunteer squash and wonder no more!
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Lola and her twins Paisley and Rosie wait patiently hoping I'll share a treat with them from the high tunnel.
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Purple and Yellow. Perfect together.
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Each year I try and plant something new and different in our garden that I've never grown before. This year it was red okra. Interesting foliage, gorgeous hibiscus-like flowers and tons of beautiful, shiny, dark red pods. Now for this New Englander to figure out what to do with all of this okra!
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Inundated with a garden full of cucumbers? This might help!
Preserve your extra garden produce without making a big production out of it with refrigerator pickles.
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I made these pumpkin muffins for guests recently and they were a hit. What's your favorite way to consume the flavors of fall?
Get out your mixing bowl, our September Bakealong challenge recipe is here! Instead of being iced, these nicely spicy pumpkin muffins have a sweetened cream cheese center that bakes right along with the muffin. Moist, delicious — and attractive! — they're a lovely harvest-time (AND year-round) treat.
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Here's a throwback to earlier this summer when a team of talented professionals all converged here on the farm for a stylized wedding shoot. Check out this gallery of gorgeous images captured by BellaEva Photography! Thank you LDC & Co., Pamela Moore Bridals, Naturally Elegant Wedding Design, and Top Tier Baking Co. for such a beautifully successful day!

PASSWORD: sunshine
Photo collection by BellaEva Photography
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Morning glories brighten any day.
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633 Wentworth Rd Walpole, NH 03608
633 Wentworth RoadUSNew HampshireWalpole03608
(603) 756-2855innatvalleyfarms.com
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3 reviews
Restored 1774 colonial on a farm offering upscale, country-style rooms & locally sourced breakfast.- Google
"The rooms are gorgeous and the service is amazing."
"Probably the best B&B I've ever stayed in."
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Alexandra Leggitt
10 months ago
There are so many great things about this B&B. It's small enough to feel cozy & intimate but still has capacity for a few other guests so you don't feel lonely or like all the focus & attention is on you (I appreciate that). The beds were comfortable (we booked the Garden Suite which had an adjoining room with trundle bed) and the rooms were impeccably clean! I have to say, I was truly surprised at the attention to cleanliness in both our room and the bathroom. The bathroom was dreamy because it had a tub/shower, stacks of towels, organic hand soap/shampoo/conditioner and a locally made goats milk soap for body wash. We only stayed one night so we didn't use the common areas too much, but I appreciated that there is a butler's pantry with cookies (even a small gluten-free stack) and paper goods to use if you are bringing meals in. There are two other common rooms that you can play games in or sit and read. The breakfast warrants a whole 5 stars in itself - the Inn Keeper (Jackie) made us a full 3 course farm-to-table meal, complete with creamy eggs (with greens picked from the garden), popovers with homemade jam and butter (new to us Californians), and the BEST was the hot apple crisp made with 3 types of apples. This breakfast was served with candles on the table, beautiful silverware, and personally served by the inn-keeper hot out of the oven (or off the stove). Lastly, the Inn itself is so beautifully surrounded by green pastures (with cows roaming) and tall orangey-red trees (we were there in Autumn). I enjoyed looking out the window and seeing the gorgeous garden covered in orange fallen leaves. We would definitely come back to see Jackie and experience her warmth & hospitality again. Have NO concerns about the cleanliness and quality of your lodgings here.
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A Google User
4 years ago
Probably the best B&B I've ever stayed in. Amazingly friendly innkeeper who happens to be the best cook I've ever met, absolutely beautiful rooms, land, animals, gardens - nothing to improve. Will be returning for years to come.
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Operator K
2 years ago
Beautiful country inn! They are constantly making efforts to become more environmentally sustainable. The rooms are gorgeous and the service is amazing. The inn is on a beautiful organic farm, and your breakfast is made from scratch with food from the farm. I suggest this inn to anyone who is looking for a fabulous stay with amazing service.