A lesser known tea here in the U.S., pu’er tea is highly prized in China for both it’s history and it’s complex, earthy flavors.
This year we celebrate Thanksgiving with a hand-selected round up of Vermont cheeses, showcasing our region’s tradition of beautiful cheesemaking in all milk types and textures.
Less known than Barolo and Barbaresco, the Alto-Piemonte (Upper Piemonte) is home to some equally amazing Nebbiolo wines. The Vallana family’s vineyard produces particularly elegant and charming bottles.
Nothing says fall like a crisp glass of cider! Monger Liz celebrates the season with a profile of three of our favorites New England cideries: Shacksbury Cider, Far From the Tree Cider, and Bantam Cider
After visiting Fromageries Marcel Petite, Team Formaggio traveled on to Switzerland in search of the best Raclette, finding it in Raclette de Verbier!
Crafted by the Courrèges family on France’s “Île de Beauté,” this Corsican red wine is wonderful with seared lamb chops and roasted Brussels sprouts.
Part 3 of my interview with Carla D. Martin — North American craft chocolate’s dark side! Why’s it gotta be so dark?
Big Picture Farm has caught the attention of many a candy-eater, gift-giver, artisanal-food junkie and Tumblr user, and the farm’s award-winning goat’s milk caramels are fully deserving of hype and high praise. We proudly stock their precious packages in the bakery window, and hold onto their idyllic postcards behind the bakery to cheer us up. Continue Reading »
Turkey season is almost here! Nicole’s been perfecting her Thanksgiving recipes for years, and she found the perfect pair in Misty Knoll’s turkeys.
We love this highly drinkable wine from the town of Le Pradet, in southern Provence!
Part two of my interview with Carla D. Martin focuses on tasting chocolate terroir and asking tough questions about the cost of craft chocolate.
This fantastic red wine from Roussillon is the perfect pair for an autumn dinner featuring root vegetables and apples.