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 7, 2016
Governor Peter Shumlin has declared June 7th as a day of giving!
Vermont Gives is a day to unite the people of Vermont in celebrating and reaffirming the spirit of philanthropy.
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.
May 31, 2016 In Vermont, even the pizza is unique. George Schenk created American Flatbread, Vermont's pizza dynasty -- a concept so simple yet infused with the values we as Vermonters treasure.
May 30, 2016 Farm to Table or Farm to Fable? VFN members rely on one another to keep it honest.
May 21, 2016 Spring Wine Release Party! Join us Saturday, May 21, for opening weekend of the new season. We’ll be releasing the 2015 vintages of our two rosés just in time for summer sipping, along with a white wine we haven’t made in three years, and a brand new red wine.
April 27, 2016 This isn't your grandma's dining plan -- wait, it actually is! Great food at all ages should be the motto at The Residence at Shelburne Bay Senior Living Community where Chef Andy Rose, Culinary Services Director, infuses all his menus with creativity, fun and local ingredients.
April 27, 2016 Not many farmers would choose to farm on the heavy clay soil at New Village Farm in Shelburne, but for Michaela Ryan it was a perfect location for one reason – it was walking distance away for around 1,000 students.