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VPR Cafe: Korean Cuisine And Filipino Flavors Come To Vermont

Central Vermont and the Northeast Kingdom have recently welcomed new food establishments offering tastes of Asia and the western Pacific. Seven Days food writer, Hannah Palmer Egan, shares all the delicious deets in this VPR Cafe podcast!

VPR Cafe: Brewing Industry Converges On Vermont

Vermont beer is not only wildly popular here at home, but also across the country and around the world. In fact, visit Spain and you might just find a "Vermont-style IPA." That's what one attendee of the Beer Marketing & Tourism Conference recently shared when it was held in Burlington in March.

VPR Cafe: Rebooting The CSA

Paying a seasonal fee for a weekly cache of greens and root veggies from a local farm remains popular in Vermont; however, the model of community supported agriculture (CSA) is evolving. In order to offer convenience to customers, many CSA programs are now offering flexible purchase plans and more product options. These approaches also allow more farmers to get in the game.

VPR Cafe: Students Become Pen Pals With Local Farmers

Writing a letter? Having a pen pal? These may seem a little old-fashioned but both are alive and well thanks to NOFA-VT (The Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont). They've come up with a program that connects young students with local farmers through correspondence and field trips.

VPR Cafe: Embracing And Improving The Sugaring Scene

When it comes to producing maple syrup in Vermont, the younger generation is not only embracing the tradition, but also trying to make it better. In this podcast, we'll hear about high schoolers just learning the classic art of sugaring as well as a couple of college students who are innovating the process.

VPR Cafe: Quebec's Mystical Chocolatier

There's a little place north of the border that makes you feel as though you've been transported to a small, French village. A Québécois Brigadoon, if you will. It's called L'Oeuf - a French country restaurant and chocolate shop where chocolate takes center stage this time of year.

VPR Cafe: A Spicy Chinese Food Pop-Up And Other Picks For Asian Fusion Cuisine

From traditional Chinese food restaurants to Asian fusion, from buffets to pop-ups, it all can be found scattered throughout Vermont. In this episode, Seven Days food writer Hannah Palmer Egan shares a few of her favorites.

VPR Cafe: A Spicy Chinese Food Pop-Up And Other Picks For Asian Fusion Cuisine

VPR Cafe: Putting The 'Bread' In Bread And Puppet Theater

Glover, Vermont, is a strange and wonderful place. There's the self-serve/self-pay Red Sky Trading Company, Currier's Market and Taxidermy, The Museum of Everyday Life and - the epicenter of strangeness - Bread and Puppet Theater.

VPR Cafe: Vermont Tea Culture

There's no doubt the British have a tea culture. But Vermont? Oh yeah, it's a thing!

VPR Cafe: Dining Out While Abroad

Traveling and eating out usually go hand in hand. But finding an amazing place to nosh while far from home can be a bit tricky, especially when overseas.

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