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August 31, 2016 There’s a common understanding between ice cream makers and testers everywhere - nothing beats the taste of ice cream straight out of the mixer, before packaging and blast freezing.
August 31, 2016 Chef Charlie Menard thinks in pairs when he’s planning out creemee flavors. Blueberry is delicious, especially since it’s made from Hartshorn Organic Farm blueberries, but twist it with Vermont Honey and it shines.
July 20, 2016 Most Vermonters will tell you you’re crazy if you think you can find local strawberries before June, but Shawn and Elizabeth Robinson were eating fresh local berries back in February! The Robinsons are the owners, farmers, plumbers, engineers, foresters and fish-breeders at Finn & Roots, a new and super efficient…
July 20, 2016 Chef Doug Paine has an interesting job at Bleu Northeast Seafood - running a locavore seafood restaurant in a state without an ocean coast.
July 6, 2016 Vermont is not exactly known for its authentic Mexican cuisine but maybe it isn't so surprising that, in true Vermont fashion, some of the best Mexican food in the state can be found at a tiny farm to table restaurant in Brookfield.
June 22, 2016 Idletyme is an ironic name for the Stowe brewery and restaurant, owned by Michaels on the Hill restaurateurs Michael and Laura Kloeti.
June 22, 2016 Bartender's choice presents a signature cocktail featuring a locally made spirit. This round is from 2015 Vermont Bartender of the year Martha Mack from Mary's Restaurant at the Inn at Baldwin Creek in Bristol. Find out what she's shaking up. . .
June 3, 2016 If the seasons starts as Sal predicts, in about a week's time, he'll be driving around Vermont to talk with chefs and bring them samples of his product - live Vermont crawfish! Sal Vitagliano, a retired postmaster, is catching crawfish from clean water sources in and around Rutland and quickly…
June 2, 2016 Chloe and Wesley Genovart relocated from New York to start a small restaurant in South Londonderry five years ago.
June 1, 2016 If you asked Janet Steward what she did for work, she’d tell you she’s in the Highland Cattle business, not the beef business. Janet Steward and Ray Shatney of Greenfield Highland Beef have one mission – to preserve the Highland Breed – and they are doing a great job.