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Newsletter | Week of November 26, 2018

 
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Meet Mt. Mansfield Creamery! Stan Biasini and Debora Wickart are the husband-and-wife duo behind the delicious cheese. Stan is a former chef who is now dedicated on mastering their cheese recipes. Together, they produce small batches of seasonally-inspired raw milk cheeses in a creamery only four miles away from their farm. On the farm, Debora milks around 30 registered Holstein and Brown Swiss cows per day, who produce award-winning milk. Their cows are rotationally grazed during warmer months, and fed a grain and hay in the winter months.

 

In Our Baskets This Week

*Certified Organic **Ecologically Grown ***Eco-Apple Certified
Meet Our Farmers and Food Makers


Vermont Vegetable Package

Apples*** | Champlain Orchards, Shoreham, VT

Bok Choi* | Miskell’s Premium Organics, Charlotte, VT

Carrots* | Intervale Community Farm, Burlington, VT

Shiitake Mushrooms* | 1000 Stone Farm, Brookfield, VT

Small Yellow Onions* | Burnt Rock Farm, Huntington VT

Variety Size Only: Baby Fennel* | Jericho Settlers’ Farm, Jericho, VT

Omnivore Package

The Omnivore Package includes your Vermont Vegetable Package above, plus...

Pasture Raised Chicken Breast | Maple Wind Farm, Huntington/Richmond, VT

“Chin Clip” Cheese | Mt. Mansfield Creamery, Morrisville, VT “This firm, decadent cheese starts off buttery and finishes with a nutty flavor. Pairs well with fruits and vegetables or your favorite red wine.” - Note from the cheese maker!

Maple Vinaigrette | Joe’s Kitchen, East Montpelier, VT

Localvore Package

The Localvore Package includes your Vermont Vegetable Package above, plus...

Pasture Raised Chicken Breast | Maple Wind Farm, Huntington/Richmond, VT

Chin Clip Cheese | Mt. Mansfield Creamery,

Maple Vinaigrette | Joe’s Kitchen, East Montpelier, VT

Bread: Ciabatta Bread* | Red Hen Baking Co, Middlesex, VT

Pasture-Raised Eggs | Besteyfield Farm, Hinesburg, VT

 

Weekly Subscriptions

Bread: Ciabatta Bread* | Red Hen Baking Co., Middlesex, VT

Pasture Raised Eggs | Besteyfield Farm

Cheddar Cheese | Shelburne Farms

 

Cooking & Storage Tips

Eat this first: Bok Choi - this crisp green vegetable can be sauteed and ready to eat in just a few minutes. It pairs well with soy sauce and garlic. Serve in soup, or add to noodles or rice, or serve as a side dish to chicken or salmon.

Fennel might be a new vegetable for many of you! This is another delicious, crisp veggie with a unique flavor. You’ll often see it served raw, thinly sliced for salads (like our recipe below). If you don’t like the flavor raw, you can roast it! Try this recipe - Roasted Apple & Fennel with Toasted Hazelnuts and Goat Cheese

Learn a little more about fennel in our Tender Profile blog post!

Recipes