See what’s new with Fuller’s Sugarhouse this month (August)

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New England Everyday Goods: Quality Local Products that Appeal to the Senses

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James and Susan Therriault
James and Susan Therriault

“Shopping that feels good” is the experience that James and Susan Therriault deliver at New England Everyday Goods, a retail store located at the junction of practical, sustainable, and delightful. OK, it’s really located in Jaffrey, NH and online at newenglandeverydaygoods.com, but the Therriaults remain committed to a mission to support the New England economy while providing customers with consistently high quality products that are useful and appeal to the senses.

“Right from the start we knew we wanted maple products,” said James, “and we wanted something unique so we researched suppliers from throughout the region.” The Fuller’s Sugarhouse website resonated, with images of unique maple products and packaging, and a company history that goes back more than 40 years.

Today maple products are the top selling product line in the store. “We are more than happy to do business with Fuller’s Sugarhouse,” said James. “Their packaging is exquisite and their service is outstanding. They are passionate about maple and that is a story we like to share with our customers.”

The New England Everyday Goods store is a stone’s throw from Route 202 between the center of Jaffrey and Peterborough.  This part of New Hampshire is sometimes referred to as the “Currier and Ives” region; scenery includes fields and mountains plus myriad examples of well-maintained rural architecture, which makes New England Everyday Goods a great destination for a weekend outing — and a great place to buy Fuller’s Sugarhouse pure maple syrup.


Going to the Lancaster Fair? Be sure to stop at Fuller’s Sugarhouse for a free tasting before or after you go.

Fullers Sugarhouse Country StoreFuller’s Sugarhouse will not have a booth at the Lancaster Fair this year. However, we will be open from
9 am to 5 pm all five days of the Fair, September 1 to 5, including Labor Day.  If you are planning to go to the Fair, stop by the sugarhouse and our Country Store on 267 Main Street in Lancaster — not far from the Fairgrounds —
for a maple syrup or candy tasting and to stock up on our pure maple products!

We look forward to seeing you!

 

 


Bringing Handcrafted Sweetness to the Annual Craftsmen’s Fair

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Thank you to those of you that stopped by to see us at the League of NH Craftsmen’s Fair Tasting Tent during the August 6 + 7 weekend. Ed and Dave Fuller handed out samples of Fuller’s Sugarhouse pure maple products, as well as recipe cards and discount coupons.

This was the first ever Tasting Tent at the Fair and we enjoyed the opportunity to meet customers and people that love maple syrup!

 

 

 


Maple Recipes for Your Labor Day Cook-out

We’ve featured a popular chicken dish (perfect for grilling) and a tasty fudge pop (a great treat for all ages). Both recipes feature Fuller’s Sugarhouse maple syrup. Click on the images below for recipes. 

Maple Sriracha Chicken Recipe using pure NH maple syrup from Fuller's Sugarhouse.

Maple Fudge Pops recipe using pure NH maple syrup from Fuller's Sugarhouse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Where to Buy Fuller’s Sugarhouse Pure Maple Products

You don’t have to travel far in New Hampshire to find our Best in NH-Best in World, pure maple syrup, sugar, and candy. Click here for a list of retail stores that carry our products. You can also visit our Country Store on 267 Main Street in Lancaster or you can order our products online.