Potlicker Kitchen - Recipes and Pairing Ideas for the Holiday Season!
"Jamming and canning everything in sight, Nancy eventually ran out of fruit & veggies. Turning to the cupboards for inspiration and ingredients, Nancy developed Potlickers’ signature Beer Jelly."Read More »
Smugglers’ Notch Distillery - Unwind With a Delicious Fall Cocktail
After you’ve taken in the sights and smells of a beautiful Autumn day, unwind with one of our fall cocktails, courtesy of Smugglers’ Notch Distillery.Read More »
Community Harvest of Central Vermont - Delivering Healthy, Fresh Produce To People
Become a volunteer! Learn to clean, sort, glean, and deliver fresh produce as well as outreach and education programs with Community Harvest of Central Vermont.Read More »
6 Farmers Markets in Central Vermont To Visit In Summer 2019
Farmers markets are an essential avenue for increasing access to local foods. The central Vermont region boasts several of Vermont’s more than 50 farmers markets.Read More »
From Bees to Bottles: Caledonia Spirits Crafts Award-Winning, Raw Honey-Based, Landcrafted-in-Vermont Spirits
The internationally lauded company is set to launch its 26,000-square-foot distillery, tasting room, and visitor center in Montpelier on June 29, 2019.Read More »
Cheers! Toast the Season With Warm Drinks!
Whether you’re hosting a casual get-together for a few friends or an open house for a crowd, mix up a few of these delicious beverages for your guests.Read More »
Warm Winter Drinks Call for Delicious Desserts: Which will you choose?
When serving dessert, you don’t want to overwhelm the beverages you’ll be serving, you want to complement them.Read More »
Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea A coffee connoisseur’s dream come true By Phyl Newbeck
11/08/2018 ● By John Gales
Tropical Storm Irene presented Mané Alves of Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea with a dilemma: He could rebuild his factory, which would require him to elevate all his machinery out of the floodplain, or he could look for a new location. He chose the latter option and selected a spot on Cabin Lane Road off Route 100, next to the Green Mountain Club’s visitor center. The new location gave him the opportunity to open a café where he could not only sell his coffees and teas but also allow visitors a glimpse into the coffee-making process.Read More »