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Northshore September 2015

Northshore magazine showcases the best that the North Shore of Boston, MA has to offer.

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244 Thursday evenings beginning in late September. Owners Denise and Al Snape are committed to using only Massachusetts-grown apples that are freshly pressed to create its one-of-a-kind craft hard cider. They'll demonstrate how to make the tasty elixir at home. The couple practices a 250-year-old method and typically uses Cortlands, selected for their acidity, sugar, and tannins. So when you are in the fields and contemplating making cider, keep your eye out for the Cortland rows. farfromthetree.com Looking for a recipe that's a little tamer than hard cider? Head to The Trustees of Reservations' Appleton Farms in Ipswich for its Appleton Cooks! program, held in its state-of- the-art farmhouse kitchen. Learn how to make homemade applesauce and cinnamon apple chips with your little ones. The program also teaches kids where our food comes from and the importance of sourc- ing locally grown produce. The apples for the program come from local farms across the North Shore. This program is designed for fami- lies with children aged five to 10. The class is $20 for a family with a mem- bership and $30 for a family without a membership. thetrustees.org Eurostoves showroom in Beverly offers cooking classes held by pro- fessional chefs throughout the year in lively, entertaining classes that welcome all levels of cooking exper- tiseā€”from the novice to the home chef. This fall, check out its Cook- ing with Fruit and Autumn Dinner Party courses and learn how to make apple pumpkin soup and fen-

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