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Inn to Inn, Herb to Herb

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  May 28, 2009 07:45 AM

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Thirteen country inns in New Hampshire's White Mountains are putting on the first annual Inn to Inn Spring Herb Tour this weekend, May 30-31. Each inn will focus on a different culinary herb, providing guests with food samples, a folder of herb-related recipes, interesting herbal lore, and either a packet of seeds or a live plant, so guests can grow their own culinary herbs when they return home.

The Inn to Inn Spring Herb Tour is available exclusively to those booking a two-night package at any one of the 13 participating inn members of Country Inns in the White Mountains. Some inns will also be offering packages that include a special five-course, herb-themed dinner created by participating inns with restaurants. For more information, booking and costs visit online.

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