Thursday, August 9, 2012
"You are what you eat" is good way to inform food decisions, but it has a deeper meaning. The building blocks of our food are important too. From the ground up, every little factor influences the final product.
Free forage flavors.
There is something a little special in the terroir of the Mad River Valley. With summer's bounty in full swing, it's the best time of the year to taste Vermont's offerings. In a very real way, each trail-side berry and farmer's market tomato you eat, becomes a part of you. Even when you go home, you've still got a little Valley inside.
Some fine VT wine at Taste of the Valley. Check out East Shore
Vineyards year-round in the General Store.
So if you find yourself riding in traffic like dodging trees on singletrack, jumping in the neighborhood pool with visions of Warren Falls in mind or staring at imaginary vistas of the Green Mountains from the windows of high-rise buildings, now you know why.
August is hammock appreciation month. Please help us celebrate.
The Green Mountain Stage Race returns on Labor Day weekend.
Rock art. Join us for the VT Festival of the Arts this month.
The nights have been so clear.
Just the right mix of rain and sun.
The Mad River Valley also has good biking terroir. Be sure to watch
VT's own Lea Davison race in the Olympics on Saturday.
While the official start of fall is more than amonth away, school starts in only a couple weeks. Better be here now, to get another sweet taste of Valley summer before it's gone.
Chairman, Sugarbush Stoke Exchange
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