Intervale

Edible Green Mountains - Winter 2014

I created photographs for two articles in the Winter issue of Edible Green Mountains. The interesting and adventurous Urban Moonshine company in Burlington, maker of organic bitters & tonics, as well the equally compelling Dunc's Mill Rum in Barton, Vermont.

I really enjoyed meeting the masterminds behind both of these Vermont entrepreneurial endeavors, Jovial King and Duncan Holaday.

I love the flavors of the Maple and Joy Tonic bitters, (and their use as a digestif or in a cocktail) and Dunc's delicious Maple Rum.

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Mark Bittman Visits the Intervale

Recently Mark Bittman was here in Vermont at the Burlington Intervale to discuss the Farm to Plate movement and the Intervale Food Hub.  I caught him as he donned an Intervale Center cap – he’s a natural!

For those who may not be familiar with Mr. Bittman's work, he is a food columnist for the New York Times and has written several books on cooking and connections between food, health and the environment.

Here are several links to news stories covering his visit:

NY Times - Making Local Food Real

The Intervale Explorer - Giving Thanks for Local Food

Seven Days - Mark Bittman and Bernie Sanders Visit Burlington Intervale

Burlington Free Press - Bittman takes seat at Intervale round table