There will be a free community dinner, Thanksgiving Day, at the VFW in Middlebury, between noon- 3 p.m.
There will be a free community dinner, Thanksgiving Day, at the VFW in Middlebury, between noon-3 p.m. The dinner is none other than Don’s Annual Thanksgiving Dinner, made possible with lots of help from the community.
Vermont Teddy Bear Company, the nation’s largest producer of handcrafted teddy bears, is adding a homemade sweet treat to its successful line of gift-giving offerings.
The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont is now accepting applications for the 2016 Journey Farmer Program.
Woman farmer testifies at U.S. Senate Committee hearing on biotechnology
Use of crops developed using biotechnology is a key to farmers stewardship of the land, according to Joanna Lidback, a Vermont dairy farmer, at a hearing of the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry this week.
“Mr. Freeze”, one of the evil supervillains appearing in the Batman comics and film series, had to spend his days living inside a cryogenic suit. While Batman’s frosty nemesis used his cryo technology for ill, a local “Mr. Freeze” unit is doing good things for the citizens of Gotham City—er—Addison County.
It was opening day for a new Vermont whiskey distillery.
Author Ernest Hemingway once described the wine, food and various riches of the city of Paris as a “moveable feast.” Here in Vermont, a moveable feast might better describe a drive-up farmstand where you can buy fresh local vegetables, fruits, cider, and syrup, and then enjoy them at the dinner table a few hours later. And for those many repeat autumnal customers and tourists, Boyer’s Orchard and Cider Mill in Monkton neatly entwines itself around Hemingway’s classic turn of phrase.
The Boyer family of Monkton report an excellent apple harvest rivaling the 2013 season.
Vermont restaurant owner Michel Mahe died July 21, 2015. He was the son of a popular French chef in New York, N.Y. Mahe moved to Vermont in 1999 to open a string of popular, award-winning restaurants.
The Middlebury Farmers Market is back at the Marbleworks on Saturdays through Oct. 31 and on Wednesdays through Oct. 14.
Crosby Forge & Farm joined the Vermont Specialty Food Association recently.
For serious consumers of coffee, there’s nothing in the world like a great cup of coffee, and Vermont Coffee Company of Middlebury helps make many great cups of coffee—roasting on the order of 750,000 pounds of the dark bean just last year.
A new of kind food truck festival experience, called Foodaroo 2015, is coming to downtown Middlebury, Sunday, June 21, from 3-8 p.m.
McDonald’s Restaurant in Ferrisburgh held its official grand opening March 14 with giveaways, free gifts, a live WOKO radio broadcast and a delicious menu featuring several new items.