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Letter carrier food drive May 14

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  The twenty-fourth annual National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) Food Drive, appropriately named the Stamp Out Hunger campaign, is planned for Saturday, May 14, across the entire nation. This is the biggest one-day food drive in the U.S. that last yea... More »

Irasburg farmer challenges state

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copyright the Chronicle March 23, 2016 by Tena Starr An Irasburg farmer has invited the Vermont Agency of Agriculture to prosecute him for violating the state’s slaughtering rules. His crime?  He advertised half of a grass fed beef that had not been “properly”... More »

On TV with a cake and a paint roller

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copyright the Chronicle March 16, 2016 by Tena Starr TROY – Jennifer LeBlanc has been described as something of an overachiever.  And that, she said, likely played a role in her appearance last week on The Rachael Ray Show with a paint roller and a cake. For t... More »

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A new spin on take-out

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copyright the Chronicle September 16, 2015 By Nathalie Gagnon-Joseph I recently discovered that the New York Times won’t deliver the newspaper to West Glover, where I live. A co-worker told me last week that Internet isn’t available where she lives. When I fir... More »

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New eatery comes to Barton

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  copyright the Chronicle June 24, 2015 by Natalie Hormilla BARTON — Eddie Seadale’s newest food venture is operated out of a truck. Mr. Seadale, former owner of The Parson’s Corner restaurant, has set up the truck at the business he owns with his wife, Lori, ... More »

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Buy fresh produce this fall through SNAP

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Vermont Harvest, a new program piloted by Green Mountain Farm-to-School (GMFTS), will allow families receiving federal SNAP benefits, known in Vermont as 3SquaresVT, to purchase $75 worth of fresh fruits and vegetables at local Northeast Kingdom grocery stores... More »

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Ruminations: On the historic rise of the birthday cake

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copyright the Chronicle March 4, 2015 by Tena Starr My family isn’t overly fond of cake, which got me to wondering about the history of the ritual. How is it that cake and candles are such an entrenched tradition that people who don’t even really like cake sti... More »

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Navigating the complexities of the simple life

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copyright the Chronicle December 3, 2014 The Nourishing Homestead: One Back-to-the-Land Family’s Plan for Cultivating Soil, Skills, and Spirit, by Ben Hewitt with Penny Hewitt. Published by Chelsea Green Publishing, White River Junction, 2015; Paperbound, 352 ... More »

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Ruminations on apples: the good, the bad, the useless

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copyright the Chronicle October 8, 2014 by Joseph Gresser Apples of Uncommon Character: 123 Heirlooms, Modern Classics & Little-Known Wonders, by Rowan Jacobsen. Published by Bloomsbury, New York City, 2014. 311 pages. Hardbound. $35. At this time of year, eve... More »

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In Charleston: Sixty years of oysters

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copyright the Chronicle October 8, 2014 by Paul Lefebvre Sixty years ago a photograph was published of Marilyn Monroe standing over a New York City sidewalk register whose hot air lifted her skirt higher up her legs than anyone expected to see. Sixty years ago... More »