Christina Phillips

Producer, The Exchange

Credit Allegra Boverman for NHPR

Christina studied biology before getting her MFA in nonfiction writing at the University of South Carolina, where she used podcasts, graphic novels, and music videos to teach freshman English literature and rhetoric. Christina interned at The Exchange in summer, 2015, and before that, worked as an Emergency Medical Technician and for a university press. 

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Cider Bellies Doughnuts; Facebook

A listener asked,  "Does New Hampshire actually have any signature foods?" The contentious consensus, covered by Word of Mouth, is traditional boiled dinner.

But for Foodstuffs, our regular look at food and food culture in New Hampshire, NHPR’s Christina Phillips offers her own suggestion, just in time for fall:  Apple cider doughnuts. 

Cathy Merrill, Facebook

Traditionally, New Hampshire's poet laureate reads a poem at the inauguration of a new governor. This year, however, Gov. Chris Sununu chose someone with a different talent.