Eat Boutique is inspired by the farms and markets dotted all across New England. We're equally inspired by Christine Chitnis who profiled the best spots in her new book, Markets of New England. This book highlights fifty of the most vibrant farmers markets and art events in the region. Don't dare visit the region with this tiny gem in hand.
From the book's description: "Markets of New England leads you to the local delicacies, the most interesting purveyors, the products of community supported farms and fisheries, the standout crafts and artwork, and provides all the details you need to know, including off-season schedules. The food and crafts are filled with local flavor, the settings pure New England, and the itineraries provide enough delights to fill an endless summer."
Christine happily shared a beautiful Rhubarb Maple Muffin recipe with Eat Boutique earlier this year and participated in our Fall Market in September 2012.
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