Monthly Archives: September 2016
By Hailey Grohman Literary-themed meals certainly aren’t a new phenomenon—blogs like Food in Literature share recipes from texts including Harry Potter, The Great Gatsby, and more—but the book featured in next month’s Isolé Dinner Club doesn’t immediately recall culinary memories.
Editor’s note: While UVM is a leading academic institution in the transdisciplinary study of food systems and home to many experts, we also occasionally share the perspectives of our colleagues at other colleges and universities. By Anne Kapuscinski With this … Continue reading
Burlington’s progressive values are what first attracted Danielle Fleury to UVM. It wasn’t long after she arrived on campus that she became personally interested in local food systems. While taking an environmental studies course at UVM, she first learned about … Continue reading
Benjamin Bartley’s career has touched many facets of the food industry, from baker, cook, and butcher to educator, advocate, and program director. The University of Florida alumnus, who graduated with degrees in religion and political science, completed UVM’s Food Hub … Continue reading
By Hailey Grohman UVM Food Feed contributor Darryl Benjamin is one half of the author team behind a hotly anticipated new addition to the sustainable food systems bookshelf: Farm to Table: The Essential Guide to Sustainable Food Systems for Students, … Continue reading