Went on a “cheese” and bread tour of MA of sorts and topped that with some New Hampshire ice cream.
No regrets, many bloated stomachs.
Perhaps we should have added a hike or two and several plates of salad.
Snacking at the Amherst Farmer’s Market, Amherst, MA:
The smoothie tasted a lot like celery, but it was a pleasant blend of (mostly) greens. Christina forgot the list of ingredients but it was quite hefty from what she listed (and I forgot). The bread was alright, nothing to write home about.
I liked the ginger hard apple cider more. The goat cheese asparagus croissant could have used a lot more asparagus, and they should have cut it up.
Samples at Smith’s County Cheese, Winchendon, MA:
So many cheeses, so good. I liked the one with sun-dried tomato and regular one the best.
Beverage Somewhere in NH near MA Border:
Found several kids with a lemonade stand on the road so we made a pit-stop. Definitely from a mix, but I guess we’re supporting a local business…
Such an amazing selection! We all scarfed down this meal so quickly.
*Ciabatta and seeded bread from Amherst Farmer’s Market; Italian from Big Y; Gouda from Smith’s Country Cheese, Winchendon, MA; Cheddar from Chase Hill Farm, Warwick, MA
Ice Cream at Kimball Farm, Jaffrey, NH:
Too much. Delicious flavours — I think the malted moo was the best out of all actually, but in a much smaller portion. Props to anyone who manages to finish a serving by themselves!