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How did Italian food conquer the world? Garlic! One Clove at a Time

The April Fools Day forecast for Vermont and the Northeast is for snow. Heavy, wet snow: 8 inch accumulation and 30-degree temperatures. It might not be pretty. So like many of my fellow Vermonters, I’ll be seeking solace in food. … Continue reading

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Vermont Snow: Why is it called “Poor Man’s Fertilizer”?

The snow this year in Central Vermont is magnificent, our garlic farm is covered with a glorious blanket of it prompting many friends to ask “How is the garlic doing under this blanket?” It’s great! The blanket contains nitrogen. As … Continue reading

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