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Abraham Lincoln visited Manchester in 1860 while on the presidential campaign trail and said to one of the Millyard workers, “Young man, the hand of honest toil is never too grimy for Abe Lincoln to clasp.” In this statement, Lincoln summed up many of the most important values of the city. Its rich history of textile production, pristine setting upon the Merrimack River, and political importance during presidential campaigns have helped to make Manchester a vibrant and cultured city. Manchester is located only an hour outside Boston, but its small-town feel belies its status as the largest city in …
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Cotton Restaurant

In Manchester New Hampshire, when you talk about efforts to incorporate more local foods, most chefs will direct you to Chef Jeffrey Paige of Cotton Restaurant. When he opened Cotton, using local foods and working with local people who are passionate about their products became, according to Paige, "a lifestyle choice." In 1988, Paige began a quest to find out where food really came from. He became Executive Chef at Canterbury Shaker Village, one of two remaining active Shaker communities left in the world at the time. There, working with the last Shaker sisters, all in their 90's, he developed an appreciation for New England's rich culinary heritage. He developed numerous relationships with farmers, cheesemakers, gristmills, smokehouses, fishermen, etc. from all over the New England states. In 1991, with assistance from Gail McWilliams Jelly, NH Department of Agriculture, he founded the state's first Farm to Restaurant Connection.