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Drink More Wine

April 1st, 2011 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Wine in Italy is a world away from wine in the United States. Wine anywhere is different than wine anywhere else: technically speaking as well as culturally speaking. In this land, that is Italy, one does not have to wait until the age of 21 to Cin Cin nor do they chug chug chug until Read the Rest…

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South Africa Beat

March 29th, 2011 | | Posted in Uncategorized

I don’t know what it is about the word ‘Africa.’ It tends to make people think of elephants, giraffes, black people, malaria, colors, drums, sunsets, sand and I could go on and on about the common words that spring to the tips of many people’s tongue when they hear the word ‘Africa.’ I am not Read the Rest…

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Learning to Cook Real Pho (in Montpelier)

February 3rd, 2011 | | Posted in Uncategorized

I am a native Californian who discovered pho – the herbal, slightly sweet broth-based noodle soup that’s eaten for breakfast and lunch in Vietnamese communities – in her college years. I learned to crave the combination of meaty bone broth, slippery-soft rice noodles, a ménage ofunfamiliar cow parts both gristly and tender, topped with a Read the Rest…

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Pho Making Workshop Today!

January 24th, 2011 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Do you enjoy ordering pho at your local take-out? Then you’ll love learning how to make this fragrant, restorative Asian broth from scratch – the Slow Food way! Pam Root of That’s Life Soup in Montpelier, VT will teach us how to prepare this grass-fed beef stock, steeped with fresh ginger, onion, garlic, cinnamon, star Read the Rest…

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German journey

January 16th, 2011 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Ciao from Germany, Munich Germany also know as the Bavarian side of white sausage equator: the land of sausage, butter & the infamous Brezel. In Germany breakfast is given the time it deserves. Coffee and some bread (maybe even a Brezel) with butter & kalbsleberwurst (calf liver sausage spread) and jam or perhaps you opt Read the Rest…

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The University of Gastronomic Sciences

December 13th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

(Stage in Campania- production of Fior di Latte) My name is Ariela Yomtovian. I am one of the new “authors” for this blog. I will be writing at least once a week about all things gastronomical. Why, do I think I know a thing about gastronomy? Well, I am a second year undergraduate student at Read the Rest…

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Tasting the kingdom.

December 12th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

In 125 countries on December 10th, more than 170,000 people came together for the 2nd annual Terra Madre Day, which celebrates local, sustainable food. In West Glover, Vermont, the Village Hall at Parker Pie was filled with community members who had come to eat a great meal, learn about Slow Food VT, and support Green Read the Rest…

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Minutes from Annual Meeting 2010

November 23rd, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

November 14, 2010 SFVT Annual Membership Meeting Red Hen Bakery, Middlesex, VT Present: Mara Welton, Sarah Strauss, Chris Howell, Gene Fialkoff, Linda Fialkoff, Joyce Cellars, Martha Franklin, Annie Harlow, Hugo Lara, Chris Wagner, Michelle Buswell, Joe Buswell, Mike Huber, Kate Turcotte, Yvonne Burnot Introductions: Each person described why s/he is a part of SFVT or Read the Rest…

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DigIn! Vermont!

September 25th, 2010 | | Posted in Uncategorized

Come on down to 669 Riverside Avenue, Burlington this Saturday, 9-25 between 10 & 2pm to volunteer a few minutes or a few hours helping the Riverside Neighborhood Garden finish a few garden structures! All skill levels are welcome! There will be snacks and instruction on how to complete projects! Click here for more information!

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