Spinach Artichoke Dip

A great appetizer for family gatherings or potlucks. Make it up to 4 days ahead of time.  

Spicy Toasted Almonds

This simple snack can store for up to 2 weeks in an airtight container and makes a great addition to any party.

Roasted Beet & Citrus Salad

Earthy beets are a perfect match for delicate citrus. Use your favorite combination of citrus here - navel or blood oranges will work, as will red or white grapefruit and even a Meyer lemon.

Cucumber Yogurt Dip

This is a great warm-season dip, made with cooling ingredients. Serve with veggie sticks. You can use Greek yogurt for a thicker consistency. 

Pork and Cabbage Dumplings

A traditional filling for Chinese dumplings. Read more over on our blog, Serving Up Vermont.

Homemade Spinach Dip

Here is a homemade version of this classic party dip made with fresh spinach, lots of garlic, and a yogurt/sour cream mixture.

Caramelized Onion and Blue Cheese Dip

This dip is inspired by a classic - Lipton Onion Soup mix combined with sour cream. By making this dip completely from scratch - and with local products like Vermont Creamery crème fraîche and Bayley Hazen Blue - you can control the saltiness of the final product and tinker with it according to your tastes, adding more lemon juice, cheese or Worcestershire as desired. Perfect for serving at the Big Game! 

Cilantro Chutney

This recipe was adapted from Ginna Bourisseau's Intro to Ayurveda class at City Market.

Dilly Beans

Harvest snap beans daily to prevent them from getting overripe (when you can see the shape of the beans within the pod). An overripe bean can be pickled, but it will not be as tender as less mature beans. This recipe makes the classic dilly bean.

Sweet-Hot Bean Dip

Enjoy a great substitute for hummus!


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