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We've got peaches fresh from Pennsylvania, here to sweeten your summer! Purchase them by the pound or by the case in our Produce Department.
Cate Farm provides our Coop with luscious local tomatoes and our overflowing seedling displays (which many Coop shoppers look forward to as a welcomed sign of spring each year!).
Cate Farm has enjoyed a long history in Central Vermont since first being settled by Suzanna and Enoch Cate in 1793. In addition to being a cow, horse, an ...
These days, the idea of pie as a breakfast food is mostly an idea from a bygone era. In some areas of New England, however, the tradition hangs on…and perhaps this is due in some part to the most elegant of the breakfast pie recipes: apple pie with sharp cheddar cheese served with a great cup of coffee.
Apple pie with sharp cheddar is a great way to curb spring fever or initiate house guests to classic New England home cooking. Consider checking out the following the next time you’re at The Coop:
Champlain Apple Pies—Available in both double crust and crumble top. Located in the Local Products cooler by our bulk department, these pies will be great with a thick slice of extra-sharp cheddar.
Vermont Coffee Co. Medium or Dark Roast—Both have a nice, smooth flavor, and a cup of either will make an excellent accompaniment.
Our cheese department has some great choices when it comes to sharp cheddar. The Seriously Sharp Cheddar from Cabot is a tried and true favorite, and the 2-Year-Old Sharp from Shelburne Farms packs a wallop.
Choose some apples from our produce department to make your pie. Baking your pie at home allows you to experiment with spreading grated cheese on the apple filling or mixing it with the crust itself. A quick internet search yields a good selection of variations on these ideas.
Do these cold winter days have you craving something warm and nourishing? Check out this simple but delicious recipe courtesy of Katie Lavin from High Mowing Seeds. Enjoy!
Beef and Butternut Chili
2 Tbsp olive oil
2 medium onions, chopped (or use leeks or scallions)
2-6 cloves chopped garlic
3-4 cups water, vegetable or chicken broth, or sto ...
By Krissy Leonard, Community Relations Manager
In early July I had the pleasure of being invited to Riverside Farm in East Hardwick, Vermont. My aim was to get a nice fresh photograph to update the photo that has been hanging over our produce case for over a decade. Check out the beauty that surrounds this wonderful&nb ...