Vermont is for (Pie) Lovers

by Maggie Battista
Vermont is for (Pie) Lovers

I ran off to Vermont a few weeks ago. I did not pass Go. I did not collect two hundred dollars. But unlike my favorite board game (ever), on the other end of the two plus hour drive, I found (pie) heaven. I escaped to have a little family time, take long walks with the

Tomato with Yogurt

by Katie Eberts
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  I love this time of year: when the tomatoes are ripe and in abundance, I live on those rainbow beauties. I’m always looking for a beautiful way to showcase fresh tomatoes without too much fuss, and this summer short from Katie is exactly it. So go, raid your local farmer’s market for the freshest,

Moscato Sabayon and Berries

by Denise Woodward
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  Even as we wipe our brows and throw open our windows in hopes of a passing breeze, Denise reminds us why we should love the boiling heat. This refreshing recipe for a boozy summer dessert is just what the doctor ordered. Enjoy and stay cool! – Amy   One of the great things about

Melon and Feta

by Katie Eberts
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Katie’s back with another delicious Summer Short. Today, it’s the combination of smooth, cool melon and crumbly, salty feta. Easy and versatile, this simple treat makes a long, hot summer day just about perfect. Happy July! – Kathy Illustration created by Katie Eberts Eat Boutique  discovers the best small batch foods by boutique food makers. We share

Small Batch by Season

by Maggie Battista
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For me, the very best part of my week is market day. There’s nothing like hitting a farmers market or local grocery store to pick up seasonal fruits and vegetables that will inspire my weekly meals with creative wholesome goodness. I wanted to replicate that surge of creativity and inspiration with a brand new subscription

Eat Boutique Markets and a Summer Recap

by Maggie Battista
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As soon as August hits, I get terribly sad about the end of summer. I know that weekend afternoons reading cookbooks in the garden will soon be memories. They’ll be the sort of thoughts I’ll smile at when picking apples in October and cherish when shoveling snow in January. But I  suppose that’s what makes

Get Ready: Summer Cocktails, Gifts & a Local Market

by Maggie Battista
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Summer and I have a thing for each other. But that wasn’t so when I was young. In fact, I hated summer as a kid. It was just so hot and air conditioning was a luxury not meant for us. But as I got older, I got wiser and like the Pink Ladies sing in

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