‘Viva Vermont’

We’re Doing Great After Irene

By Marsha Hudnall on 09/02/2011

We’ve had so many calls and messages this week from alums and future participants alike, worried about how we’re doing after the damage of Hurricane Irene.  We’re happy to report that Green Mountain came through the storm pretty much unscathed.  The road at the bottom of our hill was washed out, but it was repaired by Monday afternoon, courtesy of […] Read more »

Healthy Cooking Thursday: Fun with Fiddleheads

By Chef Lisa on 05/13/2010

It’s that time of year again, the small window in which Vermont’s forests are flooded with the curling fronds of ferns known as fiddleheads.  A beauty to behold in the woods, these ferns are also pretty darn tasty.  Usually found bordering lakes, streams, and bogs, fiddleheads can also be found in markets for about a week or so in the areas […] Read more »

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Maple Syrup: Not Your Mama’s Mrs. Butterworth’s

By Cindy Bishop on 03/23/2010

Spring has sprung in Vermont, and that means its maple syrup time. When the temperatures get warmer, the sap starts to run. And that means hundreds of maple sugar-daddies (and sugar-mamas) begin the mad rush to tap their maple trees in order to capture every delightful drop of amber-y goodness! Typically maple syrup is categorized as a simple carbohydrate, but […] Read more »

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Healthy Cooking Thursday: Terroirs of Pleasure

By Chef Lisa on 03/04/2010

If you’ve visited Green Mountain at Fox Run in the past few years, you might be familiar with one of our dinner servers, Millicent Johnson.  She deftly delivers the evening meal to our guests several nights a week.  But what many folks don’t know is that Millicent owns Dairy-Aire Farm (you have to just love that name, right?) and a growing dairy bacterial […] Read more »

Some of Millicent and Jim's "Girls" at Derry-Aire Farm
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