Season 9, Episode 6

New Hampshire Seacoast

Andrew Zimmern explores New Hampshire's seacoast, which is a 13-mile stretch packed with geographic and culinary diversity. He finds that the bounty of the local waters is well represented in the local cuisine, with dishes like shrimp, scallops and haddock stuffed in a baked lobster and loaded into a hearty chowder. Fat, briny Great Bay oysters served both raw and fried are another local favorite, and farther inland, poutine is a favorite bar snack at local eateries and regional apple cider gets added to doughnuts for a unique taste of New Hampshire's number one crop.
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