Monthly Archives: April 2012

UVM Libraries and Maple: A Sweet Partnership

  Vermont = maple. Vermont is the largest producer of maple in the United States, having produced 1.14 million gallons of the sweet stuff in 2011, or approximately 41% of the country’s maple syrup supply. (I’m also convinced that we … Continue reading

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Recipes From a 9,000-Year-Old History in Oaxaca, Mexico

I can hear the clacking of the looms long before I arrive at Pastora’s place.  Vida Nueva is a women’s rug cooperative nestled in the small Zapotec village of Teotitalan de Valle, Mexico.  Pastora is the head of the cooperative, … Continue reading

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Why We Decided to Blog

Welcome to the UVM Food Feed, a blog that brings together the voices and expertise of the University of Vermont on a complicated and complex area of study, but one that affects us all – food. We invite you here … Continue reading

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RECIPE: Maple Syrup Pie

Vermont is known for its strong agrarian tradition, but it also has a rich ethnic history that has influenced food and cooking in the state. The Vermont Foodways Digital Initiative seeks to preserve and digitize the state’s unique primary resources … Continue reading

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