Creative Dairy Pairings

Creative Dairy Pairings

Certain foods just seemed to be a match made in heaven: peanut butter and Jelly, wine and cheese, cookies and milk.  And some were made iconic on TV such as Pepsi and milk in the 1970s hit show Laverne and Shirley. While some pairings are so just so natural, everyone does it.  We thought we …

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3 Tips to Make Your Holiday Recipes Healthier

3 Tips to Make Your Holiday Recipes Healthier

Ahh it’s already November…can you believe it!? As we come closer to the holiday season, the endless offerings of holiday cookies, appetizers, and meals can take its toll on your healthful eating efforts. So how can you and your family indulge without feeling like you did? In this blog post, you’ll learn three ingredient swaps …

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An Italian Picnic: A Toolbox for Lunchtime

An Italian Picnic: A Toolbox for Lunchtime

Take your pick: Wait in line for a restaurant meal on a sunny sidewalk. Lounge in a park with a picnic in the shade. The North End’s Italian restaurants are delicious, but there’s nothing like a picnic on a hot summer day. For this morning’s FOX25 Zip Trip at the North End’s Christopher Columbus Park, …

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Why Milk is My Backbone

Why Milk is My Backbone

We are so proud of our New England Dairy & Food Council intern Elle Purrier who just returned from the U.S. Trials for the 3,000-meter steeplechase! Purrier is an undergraduate student at University of New Hampshire in the Nutrition and Wellness program. She is from Montgomery, Vermont where she grew up on her family’s dairy farm. She is this …

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Simple Sweet Scones from King Arthur Flour

Simple Sweet Scones from King Arthur Flour

King Arthur Flour in Norwich, Vermont is the Disneyland of delicious treats for visitors looking for a yummy snack and bakers in the search of new skills or a tasty recipe. The Baking Education Center at King Arthur offers baking classes for all levels and ages where you can learn how to make everything from pasta to pie …

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EXPLORING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN FARMING & FOOD

EXPLORING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN FARMING & FOOD

Autumn in New England is my favorite time of year. The vibrant colors, the crisp evening temperatures and the first day when it’s cold enough outside to wear boots all remind me why I love living in New England. But in addition to the fall foliage and fashion, one thing that brings me a lot …

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