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Anne, of Boston Post Dairy, in the cheese-making room.

The goats of Boston Post Dairy

April Producer of the Month

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Producer of the Month: Stonewood Farm PDF Print E-mail

November 2016
By Jon Megas-Russell

Family. This was an ever-present theme as we walked around the grounds of Stonewood Farm. Paul and Frances Stone have owned the land since the 1970’s and their son Peter and daughter-in-law Siegrid own the turkey farm on the same land. Year round, many family members are helping to feed and package turkeys. Frances authored a cook book and designed the farm’s logo. Peter and Siegrid also employ many locals and their families throughout the year. It was amazing to see how this farm and business are preserving the land, providing our families with high quality food and growing a locally owned business.

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Recipe: Cranberry Turkey Sausage Stuffing PDF Print E-mail

November 2016
Cranberry Turkey Sausage Stuffing - from Stonewood Farm

Enough stuffing for an 18 to 20 pound Stonewood Farm Turkey

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In the Cellar: Turkey Pairings! PDF Print E-mail

November 2016
By Jeff Houle

Thanksgiving is an amazing celebration of life, family, food and giving thanks. Since this holiday is also associated with the ultimate feast, we believe it requires a perfectly paired wine to accompany plate after plate of turkey and stuffing. You will find a few wines that hit the mark with family and friends!

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Grain of the Month: Kamut PDF Print E-mail

November 2016
by Chris Ellis, Staff Nutritionist

I am walking past the grain bins in the Bulk department, scanning the labels for grains that are not so familiar to all of us, when my eyes spot Kamut, a grain with an unusual sounding name. It originated thousands of years ago in the Middle East in the Fertile Crescent, which reached from Mesopotamia to Egypt, but for some reason Kamut stopped being cultivated and was not rediscovered until the last century. Fortunately now it is grown here in the U.S.—good news since many of us prefer to eat foods from this country as much as possible, rather than those imported from countries far away.

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Recipe: Kamut Salad with Carrots PDF Print E-mail

November 2016

Explore Kamut by making this tasty salad!!
(Recipe adapted from a recipe from Epicurious website which was taken from a book by Maria Speck, Ancient Grains for Modern Meals)

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