Blog Archive for November 2015

18 November, 2015 - by Vermont Fresh Network

Thanksgiving Farmers' Markets

It's the time of year to celebrate all that we're thankful for...and that includes local food! It may be getting colder, but farmers' markets across the state are still going strong. This weekend, many markets are featuring pre-Thanksgiving specials, inviting foodies to stop by and pick up all the fixin's for a locavore Thanksgiving. Take a look at the list below to find a market near you!

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13 November, 2015 - by Vermont Fresh Network

Fall Cocktails with Vermont Spirits!

Vermont Spirits Distilling Company of Quechee is aptly named. Steve Johnson, President and CEO, uses Vermont grown corn, juniper berries, apples and maple syrup in his products. He credits much of the distillery's success to the high quality of local ingredients. Even their product names are inspirited by Vermont; Copper's Gin is named after Vermont's first currency and No. 14 refers to Vermont joining the union as the 14th state.

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13 November, 2015 - by Vermont Fresh Network

Vermont Thanksgiving- Recipes from the Farm

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What are we thankful for, here at Vermont Fresh Network?

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13 November, 2015 - by Vermont Fresh Network

Vermont Ice Cider- a How-To Guide

Eleanor Leger of Eden Ice Cider gave us the 411 on this unique Vermont beverage...

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13 November, 2015 - by Vermont Fresh Network

Thanksgiving Recipes from Vermont Farms and Kitchens

We asked Vermont farmers and chefs for their favorite Thanksgiving recipes featuring Vermont-grown food. Here are their delicious responses. Happy Thanksgiving!

 

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11 November, 2015 - by Helen Labun Jordan

Apple Butter

It's been a banner year for "wild" apples this year - the untended trees growing at field edges, along back roads and, luckily for me, in my backyard. I've gotten buckets of sweet, eating apples from a forgotten apple tree behind my house. I looked out the dining room window one morning, and the ground was blanketed with fruit!

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