Submitted by epalermo on Tue, 04/23/2019 - 15:26
The lake is thawing, the ground is muddy, and the sap is flowing which means only one thing, it must be springtime in Vermont! Our farmers are starting to till the ground to get ready for the growing season, and we are looking forward to local produce gracing our shelves. To provide some inspiration for your springtime culinary adventures, here is a short list of recipes that are perfect for a quick low-key dinner with friends or your first outdoor dinner party of the season!
Submitted by epalermo on Wed, 04/03/2019 - 14:14
Fermentation is everywhere! The process has been around for longer than we, most humans can probably imagine. There are a lot of different types of fermentation, and you have probably heard of some of the delicious products that result from the process. For example, there are many forms of vegetable fermentation, think pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi, the list could go on forever. How about grain fermentation which is how our beloved sourdough bread and beer are made and last but not least, dairy fermentation, this includes cheese, sour cream and yogurt!
Submitted by epalermo on Wed, 02/27/2019 - 15:20
February was flying by and before we knew it, it was the weekend of February 16th, which marked the 37th annual NOFA-VT Winter Conference. The conference highlights local farmers, gardeners and homesteaders and offers over 80 educational workshops, roundtable discussions, film screenings, and much more.
Submitted by epalermo on Wed, 01/30/2019 - 14:39
The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) Vermont formerly known as Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program (VRRP) and City Market have had a long-standing partnership for a number of years. Since 2011, we’ve partnered on a monthly cooking class series titled A Mosaic of Flavor, where different cooks from the Vermont refugee community teach a class showcasing food from their home country and tell stories about their background and journey to Vermont.
Submitted by epalermo on Wed, 01/02/2019 - 12:10
January is here and after a couple months of indulging in your favorite sweets and treats, it is time to kick back into a healthier routine. We spend a lot of energy thinking of others during the holidays, so there is no better time than the New Year to check back in, focus on yourself and practice self-care!
Submitted by epalermo on Thu, 12/20/2018 - 12:46
The final push of the holiday season is right around the corner and we are here to provide recipe inspiration for any holiday parties, family gatherings or a quiet, cozy night at home. Whether you are cooking for 2 or 20, these recipes are festive, seasonally appropriate, and tasty!
Submitted by epalermo on Wed, 12/05/2018 - 14:09
Shirley Richardson grew up on a dairy farm in Vermont, but most of her professional career was in serving as a school counselor and principal. When Shirley retired from education in 2004, she and her husband, Michael Smith, started Tannery Farm Cashmeres raising cashmere goats primarily for their cashmere fiber.
Submitted by epalermo on Fri, 10/12/2018 - 12:29
It’s finally smelling, looking and feeling like fall in Vermont, and here at the coop we could not be more excited to see the continuous abundance of local produce filling our shelves and baskets every day. Whether you are looking for guidance on the type of squash you should roast for a casual Wednesday night dinner or starting to brainstorm recipes for the big Thanksgiving meal, below are tips for cooking and baking with a few fall staples that will enhance your autumn cooking.
Submitted by epalermo on Tue, 09/18/2018 - 15:34
One of our most popular classes this summer has been our Mozzarella Making 101 class. We offered the class in July and August and are rounding out the season with two more classes this month. The class is held at Bread and Butter Farm, an organic veggie, beef, and pork farm located in Shelburne.
Submitted by epalermo on Fri, 08/31/2018 - 14:47
Wow, has it been a hot, dry and humid summer! The weather is slowly starting to shift to cooler temps, school is back in session, and many of us are looking forward to the fall. Although I do love the fall, I don’t know if I am ready to say goodbye to the delicious tomatoes, melons, and even the zucchini that have been staple foods during these long summer days. With Labor Day weekend right around the corner, here are some recipe ideas for your end of summer celebration.