Podcast Episode 87: Where to Eat in Vermont

Meghan Sheridan
By Meghan Sheridan
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In this episode of the Find Dining podcast, Meghan Sheridan, Executive Director of Vermont Fresh Network talks to us how to plan the perfect foodie trip to Vermont. We talk about where to find great Vermont cheese, the secret of maple syrup, and the virtues of ice cider.

Meghan Sheridan
Meghan Sheridan
  • Vermont Fresh Network helps connect chefs and culinary professionals with farmers

  • Listen to the panel discussion from the 2013 Food and Travel Expo

  • Let Dig in Vermont help you plan your next visit

  • The factory tour at Ben & Jerry's is a popular Vermont destination

  • Stay tuned for the next Vermont Farmers Dinner

  • Don’t miss the Annual Forum Dinner at Shelburne farms

  • There are over 600 maple sugar producers in Vermont

  • Make plans to attend the next Open House Weekend with the Maple Sugar Makers Association

  • First time visitors should explore along the Burlington to Middlebury corridor, Lake Champlain, and the Northeast Kingdom

  • Vermont Cheese Council is a great resource for finding local cheese makers

  • Discover local food products at co-ops such as City Market and Hunger Mountain

  • Put on your drinking cap at one of the many microbreweries, wineries, or distilleries like Whistle Pig Whiskey or Barr Hill Gin

  • Try ice cider made from Vermont apples with a nice Vermont cheddar

  • Look for grass-fed Vermont lamb, poultry, and beef on the menu at the local restaurants

Food for Thought

  • Q: What food product does Vermont make more than any other US state?

  • A: Maple syrup (1,320,000 gallons in 2013)

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