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

Food Lover’s Guide to Vermont

by Tara Bellucci
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For me, Vermont is another one of those states that has a mystical haze surrounding it – for heaven’s sake, they have kingdoms there! Fortunately, Tara’s guide to her favorite places to eat and visit help solve a piece of the puzzle.  So here’s the important question – who’s driving?  -Amy Vermont and I are

Eat Boutique: Tonewood

by Lauren Keiper
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So much of what we love about small batch food is knowing who is making each delicious bite. We know their names, their stories and why they are passionate about their product.  And we know where they live and work and gather ingredients to make these indie goodies we love to share with you.  Now

Castleton Crackers

by Gina at Simply Life
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I don’t like, I love Castle Crackers. They’re baked in large sheets and hand-cracked to random shapes and sizes. Castleton Crackers will sample and sell their crackers at the Eat Boutique Fall Market on Atlantic Wharf this Saturday – RSVP now. And a huge thank you to the Boston Globe for featuring Eat Boutique today!

7 Food Wishes for 2012

by Maggie Battista
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Food trend posts are ubiquitous this time of year, oui? I’ve seen every magazine, blogger and television personality attempt to predict what 2012 will bring. Trend posts tend to tire me but I do see value in wishes. And food wishes – an expression for what we hope will happen in food – are never

Curried Carrot and Sweet Potato Soup

by Shelby Larsson
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Let it be known: We are big fans of the state of Vermont here at Eat Boutique. It’s not that much of a stretch, of course – many of us are New Englanders, or New Englanders at heart, and we love the entire region. But there is just something about Vermont and I was ecstatic

Vermont’s Pane e Salute, La Garagista & Longtrail Brewery

by Maggie Battista
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Good luck to the soul who stands between a California Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel and me. Seriously, get out of my way. I like wine and, especially, red wine. When I’m in northern California, I can drink a fancy red bottle or take my jug to the local vineyard to fill up on solid house

Panna Cotta & Strawberry Jam

by Maggie Battista
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As I type this, stars are blazing overhead in a thick dark sky, unlike any stars I see in the city, and I hear absolutely nothing drifting in through the open windows. I whizzed up to Vermont for a quick weekend away and I’m grateful for the silence after what’s been a very busy few

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