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Fitness Friday: Happy Hiking

By Lisa Christie on 06/14/2013

It’s that time of year again when hiking in Vermont becomes a regular weekend activity. Nothing makes me happier. Except being uncomfortable or not bringing what I need. Then I am not a happy hiker. You can find a lot of hiking essentials articles and videos on the Internet, including our own hiking video at the bottom of this blog […] Read more »

It Happened This Week: Loving Veggies, Self-Love, and Vermont Covered Bridges

By Marsha Hudnall on 07/27/2012

Just in time for summer bounty, Rebecca Scritchfield, RD, tells us how to fall in love with veggies. One of my favorite tweets of the week from Marc David @psych_of_eating: “Nutrition facts are like #food. Choose wisely, ruminate over it slowly, & check to see that it’s fresh & not outdated.”  Read more here. Did you catch the research this […] Read more »

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It Happened This Week – Baby Spanx, Healthy Vermont, Food Allergy Awareness

By Chef Lisa on 12/10/2010

A friend of our blog, FitBottomedGirl, wrote this week about babies on diets, baby Spanx, and disordered eating in children, which is sadly on the rise.  But she offers better ideas to develop a healthy relationship with food for your children, too. Speaking of kids, the "Pink Stinks" campaign for greater gender equality in children's toys and marketing has been gaining […] Read more »

Healthy Cooking Thursday: Zucchini and Eggs

By Chef Lisa on 07/29/2010

Post number two in our Zucchini-palooza series!  (Check out Robyn's healthy Zucchini Fries recipe from yesterday.) Vermont is an interesting place to garden.  The tomato and potato blights wreak havoc (sometimes), slugs and bugs are hungry and prolific, and the cabbage worms make cruciferous veggies impossible really difficult to bring to harvest.  (If anyone has a good tip to eradicate […] 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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