When you spend the majority of your adult life in the Midwest, there are a couple of things you take for granted – smoked meats and exceptional BBQ.
Then you move to New Hampshire, and have a rude awakening because those two things aren’t really on the menu up here. So, when I was in Canterbury touring the Shaker Village, and a fellow Master Gardener mentioned smoked meats, my ears perked right up.
Down the road a couple of miles and a right turn onto a dirt road, and what did we find but the Fox Country Smoke House in an absolutely charming rustic building.
What a great old building. I even smiled looking at that curved smoke stack. Now, let’s open that door and go inside and see what we can find.
There were eight of us ladies shopping, and I was pulling stuff out of the coolers as fast as I could. All I could think about was how happy my husband was going to be when I got home.
We’ve tried the Canadian Bacon, Spicy Bacon, Pork Chops, and part of one Pork Loin, and they were all delicious.
88 miles round trip to buy good smoked meat – sounds reasonable to me. 🙂
Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors, November 1, 2018