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.
The Vermont Folklife Center announces the seconnd annual Love Chocolate, Love Stories Event, which will take place at our headquarters at 88 Main Street in Middlebury on Friday, Feb. 13.
The Vermont Department of Health and Vermont Community Garden Network are offering grants for small businesses to establish workplace food gardens.
Paris Rinder Goddard, one of the owners of Middlebury’s popular Fire & Ice Restaurant, enjoys pointing out the establishment’s many eclectic treasures to guests.
Anne Haynie Collins, author of the new book "Vintage Pies: Classic American Pies for Today’s Home Baker," will serve up an oral and gustatory tour of pies dating back to the 17th century on Saturday, Dec. 13, at 10 a.m. at the Cornwall Congregational Church.
Concerning the uproar that pops up over everybody else's dining habits and the inflationary 4 cents interjected, positing their dietary rites are more healthy, sanitary, holy and pronounced pure by Gaia's own handmaiden, we arrived at a dinner table loaded with just about everything but stewed prunes. They might be there, just unmentioned.
Big Barn Grazers, LLC, a Georgia, Vt., company formed by two of the largest maple sugar families in Vermont, is creating a new line of beverages as well as two new Vermont partnerships.
The free Living Green Fair will be held at the LEED-certified UVM Davis Center on Saturday, Sept. 27 from 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Bee’s Wrap™ is a unique and safe way to store food. Handmade locally in Bristol, it’s a unique product made of organic cotton muslin, beeswax, jojoba oil and tree resin.
Thursday, Aug. 21, from 5-7 p.m.
The Vergennes Arts Walk reception is this Thursday, Aug. 21, from 5-7 p.m. There will be music at the Vergennes Farmer's Market, and a reception at Creative Space Gallery for the newest show, "Faces and Places" and the Gallery Group Show.