Book Review: Markets of New England. ~ Nina Cutter

Via on May 3, 2011

Markets of New England (Christine Chitnis)

Whenever I go shopping at my local farmers’ market, I get the overwhelming sense that everything is right with the world. Fresh vegetables, banana bread baked with love, fragrant flowers, smiling faces… It truly is the perfect way to spend a summer’s day.

Markets of New England, a new book by Christine Chitnis, is the ultimate pocket-guide to finding the best local farm stands and artisan events in the Northeast. Packed with beautiful photographs that will inspire your senses, the book leads you through over 50 markets including clam festivals, fiber-arts fairs, and eclectic craft bazaars.

Whether you’re wondering where you can buy rose petal cupcakes (Middlebury Farmer’s Market in Vermont), or which markets have musical entertainment for your children (Hope Street Farmers’ Market in Providence) this book lets you in on all of the insider secrets. It is available now on Amazon or at your local bookstore.

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Nina Cutter is a writer, photographer and yoga teacher based in Boston. Her work has appeared in the Boston Globe, Ecorazzi and Tufts Nutrition Magazine.  She holds a degree in Communications from Columbia University.  Visit her at naturallynina.com.

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