Apple cider, buttershots, Ocktoberfest beer… oh my!
Michelle & Michael hit the road and explored the north country . . . and its local food offerings.
LC’s Farm is one of the must-stop stands at the Easton Farmers’ Market. The tomatoes in this photo may have something to do with it.
Do you like peaches? If so, check out these tasty little balls of joy!
Feel like taking a drive to find some produce? Head for the mountains!
If you’ve got more of a brown thumb–y’know, where everything you try to grow dies– there are still some great options available to get fresh, locally grown goods regularly.
There’s something for everyone year round, from farm fresh, cage-free brown eggs to salad mixes, fruit and holiday wreaths.
Get your strawberries while the picking’s good.
Plants need food, too.
The weekend is just a day away and that means a trip to the grocery store is likely on the horizon, so it’s time to stock up and plan your meals. But when was the last time you took a good hard look at the food you buy?
By Michael Buck and Michelle Pittman