One of our favorite magazines, Vermont Life, interviewed us to learn more about our Cajeta.
“Now with 34 goats, the company’s handcrafted chèvre is distributed to about 30 restaurants and stores, and its Mexican-style caramel won first place in the 2009 American Goat Dairy Association’s Confections division.”
Pick up a copy of Vermont Life, Autumn 2010, Vol. LXV, No. 1, The Working Landscape – “Sweet Success!” (pp 62-64).
In Brookfield, a new vision and cooperation for farm to table
“The co-op is a 15-member group that is organized from the ground up to the cooked-up. It includes farms and small producers of agricultural products, a fine dining restaurant and a natural foods retreat, as well as several small lodging choices around Brookfield, Randolph Center and Northfield. It includes an interactive website, a blog, and package vacations and events designed to showcase e farm and food experience in this scenic and rural part of Vermont.”
Read more of the article here.
Learn more about Floating Bridge Food & Farms here.
Upper Valley Life author Laura Jean Whitcomb wonders how four ingredients can taste so good—and gets some answers in this short interview with Judith Irving. See Upper Valley Life, March-April 2010, Vol. 5, No. 1, p22 and read the full text.