February 10, 2016 Some of Vermont's most romantic dining spots are nestled high in the mountains and trail adjacent. Whether you and your partner are nordic or alpine enthusiasts, we've got a romantic and snowy dining and adventure experience for you.
February 3, 2016 On Monday, February 1st the Vermont Fresh Network held its annual meeting of partner members. A crowd of 80 filled the lakeside meeting room at the ECHO Center in Burlington. The meeting began with a lightning-round of experts on the issues of food waste, Act 148 - compost rules and...
January 20, 2016 On a cold winter weekend night, there is no warmer spot to cozy up in for a delicious and inventive meal than The Backroom in Pittsfield. In the summer and fall months, Kevin Lasko and Katie Stiles are busy running Vermont Farms Catering, but once the temperature drops, they open...
January 1, 2016 Edible Green Mountains presents the Vermont Fresh Network’s FOOD GUIDE. This is a guidebook to Vermont’s culinary destinations. Over 15,000 are distributed with the Summer Harvest Issue and an additional 10,000 are printed for distribution. The FOOD GUIDE is available through key locations and select retailers throughout Vermont, the East...
December 25, 2015 Holiday food traditions vary from place to place and table to table. A handful of VFN Chefs will share their unique holiday traditions with their guests this season.
December 9, 2015 Keep it local and delicious this holiday season and give the gift of Vermont food!
November 18, 2015 Thanksgiving is the perfect Vermont-sourced meal! You can find almost every ingredient at a farm down the road.
November 18, 2015 Leave the cooking to the professionals this holiday and let a VFN Chef prepare your holiday feast. Here are some inns and restaurants offering Vermont-astic Holiday Menus:
November 18, 2015 Think local both on and after your Thanksgiving day - take your family out for an adventure: go visit a farm, see cheese being made or visit a Vermont vineyard or distillery.
November 4, 2015 Throughout Executive Chef Scot Emerson’s career, he has been working towards a more ethical and sustainable approach to food. To combat food waste, serve hormone-free product raised humanely, and sustain his farm partners, Chef Scot is committed to bringing whole animals into his kitchen at Okemo Mountain Resort.