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Approach love and cooking with reckless abandon.
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A Spoonful of Fresh Maple Yogurt—Farmers to You Delivers!

By Laurie Caswell Burke

Cambridge Porter Square pick-up site where Farmers to You delivers Vermont products on a weekly basis

Laurie Caswell Burke and I share a love of good stories and a love of good food. We always feel we could talk forever when we get together. Enjoy Laurie’s latest food story about a fine young company bringing Vermont produce to folks in Massachusetts—a labor of love and a model for the rest of the country!  –Bronwyn

I arrived at the Red Hen Bakery in Middlesex, Vermont on a blustery morning at 8 am, just as my friend Greg Georgaklis was loading armfuls of fresh loaves of bread into his truck. I watched steam rising from their crusty brown edges and for a moment pictured how a slice would taste right now with a slab of salted butter. Instead, I hopped into the cab with my latte and ginger nut scone ready to head south.

For months I had been promising Greg that I would join him on one of his weekly trips to Boston where his newly spawned company, Farmers to You, delivers a multitude of fresh Vermont products to eleven communities. His goal was simple—to deliver a cornucopia of some of the best foods in New England, allowing Boston area families to reconnect to the land through the food they eat and benefit from the delicious and nutritious bounty of Vermont. And he partnered with Vermont farmers and producers who create superior food, lovingly steward their land, and enrich their communities to make this happen!

In the first few moments heading down I-89 I smiled, thinking to myself that Vermont seemed to be returning to its roots as an agricultural state offering more than just dairy but a multitude of great food. Food that tasted good and that wasn’t transported thousands of miles before reaching our table. And Farmers to You was playing a huge role in this “back to the land” local food movement. 

Arriving at our first stop, the Lexington Waldorf School, women were eagerly waiting. Within moments a table was set up—complete with a floral April Cornell tablecloth—and the truck opened its doors. I would finally have the opportunity to see what we had transported! Two huge coolers set out next to the truck offered “extras” of frozen blueberries, yogurt and ice cream, along with grass fed beef, fresh eggs, pickled garlic, an array of artisan cheeses, and organic maple syrup!

One young lady squealed in sheer delight as she peered into her bag that was filled with small tubes of yogurt. Taking one out, she removed the cover and handed it to me. “This is the best yogurt you’ll ever taste.”  I was taken back for a moment—a complete stranger offering one of her precious tubs of yogurt. She smiled as I scooped a spoonful into my mouth and smiled.  It was the best yogurt I had ever tasted! 

Every customer brought a collection of empty colorful bags that were replaced by new bags brimming with an assortment of Vermont products. Children tugged on their mother’s dresses, eagerly anticipating a spoonful of maple yogurt or a tub of ginger ice cream or a slice of cheese. They talked about the farmers who produced this food and reflected on their own gratitude for access to it. I stood on the sidelines with my camera, capturing the enthusiasm of mothers, fathers and children. But the smile on my friend Greg’s face said it all. He was grateful to be able to deliver some of Vermont’s finest to a city down the road, knowing that not only was he helping Vermont farmers, he was sharing the gift of eating good, fresh food.

Laurie Caswell Burke has been writing poems and stories since childhood. She has written numerous articles for magazines and newspapers including a monthly column for the Shelburne News, “Living ECOnomically.” Recently she published her first book, “Skinny Dipping with Loons,” a memoir of storytelling vignettes.

Posted: 12-7-2012

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By Laurie Caswell Burke

[caption id="attachment_1396" align="alignnone" width="480"] Cambridge Porter Square pick-up site where Farmers to You delivers Vermont products on a weekly basis[/caption]

Laurie Caswell Burke and I share a love of good stories and a love of good food. We always feel we could talk forever when we get together. Enjoy Laurie's latest food story about a fine young company bringing Vermont produce to folks in Massachusetts—a labor of love and a model for the rest of the country!  --Bronwyn

I arrived at the Red Hen Bakery in Middlesex, Vermont on a blustery morning at 8 am, just as my friend Greg Georgaklis was loading armfuls of fresh loaves of bread into his truck. I watched steam rising from their crusty brown edges and for a moment pictured how a slice would taste right now with a slab of salted butter. Instead, I hopped into the cab with my latte and ginger nut scone ready to head south.

For months I had been promising Greg that I would join him on one of his weekly trips to Boston where his newly spawned company, Farmers to You, delivers a multitude of fresh Vermont products to eleven communities. His goal was simple—to deliver a cornucopia of some of the best foods in New England, allowing Boston area families to reconnect to the land through the food they eat and benefit from the delicious and nutritious bounty of Vermont. And he partnered with Vermont farmers and producers who create superior food, lovingly steward their land, and enrich their communities to make this happen!

In the first few moments heading down I-89 I smiled, thinking to myself that Vermont seemed to be returning to its roots as an agricultural state offering more than just dairy but a multitude of great food. Food that tasted good and that wasn’t transported thousands of miles before reaching our table. And Farmers to You was playing a huge role in this “back to the land” local food movement. 

Arriving at our first stop, the Lexington Waldorf School, women were eagerly waiting. Within moments a table was set up—complete with a floral April Cornell tablecloth—and the truck opened its doors. I would finally have the opportunity to see what we had transported! Two huge coolers set out next to the truck offered “extras” of frozen blueberries, yogurt and ice cream, along with grass fed beef, fresh eggs, pickled garlic, an array of artisan cheeses, and organic maple syrup!

One young lady squealed in sheer delight as she peered into her bag that was filled with small tubes of yogurt. Taking one out, she removed the cover and handed it to me. “This is the best yogurt you’ll ever taste."  I was taken back for a moment—a complete stranger offering one of her precious tubs of yogurt. She smiled as I scooped a spoonful into my mouth and smiled.  It was the best yogurt I had ever tasted! 

Every customer brought a collection of empty colorful bags that were replaced by new bags brimming with an assortment of Vermont products. Children tugged on their mother’s dresses, eagerly anticipating a spoonful of maple yogurt or a tub of ginger ice cream or a slice of cheese. They talked about the farmers who produced this food and reflected on their own gratitude for access to it. I stood on the sidelines with my camera, capturing the enthusiasm of mothers, fathers and children. But the smile on my friend Greg’s face said it all. He was grateful to be able to deliver some of Vermont’s finest to a city down the road, knowing that not only was he helping Vermont farmers, he was sharing the gift of eating good, fresh food.

Laurie Caswell Burke has been writing poems and stories since childhood. She has written numerous articles for magazines and newspapers including a monthly column for the Shelburne News, "Living ECOnomically." Recently she published her first book, “Skinny Dipping with Loons," a memoir of storytelling vignettes.

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By Laurie Caswell Burke

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Laurie Caswell Burke and I share a love of good stories and a love of good food. We always feel we could talk forever when we get together. Enjoy Laurie's latest food story about a fine young company bringing Vermont produce to folks in Massachusetts—a labor of love and a model for the rest of the country!  --Bronwyn

I arrived at the Red Hen Bakery in Middlesex, Vermont on a blustery morning at 8 am, just as my friend Greg Georgaklis was loading armfuls of fresh loaves of bread into his truck. I watched steam rising from their crusty brown edges and for a moment pictured how a slice would taste right now with a slab of salted butter. Instead, I hopped into the cab with my latte and ginger nut scone ready to head south.

For months I had been promising Greg that I would join him on one of his weekly trips to Boston where his newly spawned company, Farmers to You, delivers a multitude of fresh Vermont products to eleven communities. His goal was simple—to deliver a cornucopia of some of the best foods in New England, allowing Boston area families to reconnect to the land through the food they eat and benefit from the delicious and nutritious bounty of Vermont. And he partnered with Vermont farmers and producers who create superior food, lovingly steward their land, and enrich their communities to make this happen!

In the first few moments heading down I-89 I smiled, thinking to myself that Vermont seemed to be returning to its roots as an agricultural state offering more than just dairy but a multitude of great food. Food that tasted good and that wasn’t transported thousands of miles before reaching our table. And Farmers to You was playing a huge role in this “back to the land” local food movement. 

Arriving at our first stop, the Lexington Waldorf School, women were eagerly waiting. Within moments a table was set up—complete with a floral April Cornell tablecloth—and the truck opened its doors. I would finally have the opportunity to see what we had transported! Two huge coolers set out next to the truck offered “extras” of frozen blueberries, yogurt and ice cream, along with grass fed beef, fresh eggs, pickled garlic, an array of artisan cheeses, and organic maple syrup!

One young lady squealed in sheer delight as she peered into her bag that was filled with small tubes of yogurt. Taking one out, she removed the cover and handed it to me. “This is the best yogurt you’ll ever taste."  I was taken back for a moment—a complete stranger offering one of her precious tubs of yogurt. She smiled as I scooped a spoonful into my mouth and smiled.  It was the best yogurt I had ever tasted! 

Every customer brought a collection of empty colorful bags that were replaced by new bags brimming with an assortment of Vermont products. Children tugged on their mother’s dresses, eagerly anticipating a spoonful of maple yogurt or a tub of ginger ice cream or a slice of cheese. They talked about the farmers who produced this food and reflected on their own gratitude for access to it. I stood on the sidelines with my camera, capturing the enthusiasm of mothers, fathers and children. But the smile on my friend Greg’s face said it all. He was grateful to be able to deliver some of Vermont’s finest to a city down the road, knowing that not only was he helping Vermont farmers, he was sharing the gift of eating good, fresh food.

Laurie Caswell Burke has been writing poems and stories since childhood. She has written numerous articles for magazines and newspapers including a monthly column for the Shelburne News, "Living ECOnomically." Recently she published her first book, “Skinny Dipping with Loons," a memoir of storytelling vignettes.

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I arrived at the Red Hen Bakery in Middlesex, Vermont on a blustery morning at 8 am, just as my friend Greg Georgaklis was loading armfuls of fresh loaves of bread into his truck. I watched steam rising from their crusty brown edges and for a moment pictured how a slice would taste right now with a slab of salted butter. Instead, I hopped into the cab with my latte and ginger nut scone ready to head south.

For months I had been promising Greg that I would join him on one of his weekly trips to Boston where his newly spawned company, Farmers to You, delivers a multitude of fresh Vermont products to eleven communities. His goal was simple—to deliver a cornucopia of some of the best foods in New England, allowing Boston area families to reconnect to the land through the food they eat and benefit from the delicious and nutritious bounty of Vermont. And he partnered with Vermont farmers and producers who create superior food, lovingly steward their land, and enrich their communities to make this happen!

In the first few moments heading down I-89 I smiled, thinking to myself that Vermont seemed to be returning to its roots as an agricultural state offering more than just dairy but a multitude of great food. Food that tasted good and that wasn’t transported thousands of miles before reaching our table. And Farmers to You was playing a huge role in this “back to the land” local food movement. 

Arriving at our first stop, the Lexington Waldorf School, women were eagerly waiting. Within moments a table was set up—complete with a floral April Cornell tablecloth—and the truck opened its doors. I would finally have the opportunity to see what we had transported! Two huge coolers set out next to the truck offered “extras” of frozen blueberries, yogurt and ice cream, along with grass fed beef, fresh eggs, pickled garlic, an array of artisan cheeses, and organic maple syrup!

One young lady squealed in sheer delight as she peered into her bag that was filled with small tubes of yogurt. Taking one out, she removed the cover and handed it to me. “This is the best yogurt you’ll ever taste."  I was taken back for a moment—a complete stranger offering one of her precious tubs of yogurt. She smiled as I scooped a spoonful into my mouth and smiled.  It was the best yogurt I had ever tasted! 

Every customer brought a collection of empty colorful bags that were replaced by new bags brimming with an assortment of Vermont products. Children tugged on their mother’s dresses, eagerly anticipating a spoonful of maple yogurt or a tub of ginger ice cream or a slice of cheese. They talked about the farmers who produced this food and reflected on their own gratitude for access to it. I stood on the sidelines with my camera, capturing the enthusiasm of mothers, fathers and children. But the smile on my friend Greg’s face said it all. He was grateful to be able to deliver some of Vermont’s finest to a city down the road, knowing that not only was he helping Vermont farmers, he was sharing the gift of eating good, fresh food.

Laurie Caswell Burke has been writing poems and stories since childhood. She has written numerous articles for magazines and newspapers including a monthly column for the Shelburne News, "Living ECOnomically." Recently she published her first book, “Skinny Dipping with Loons," a memoir of storytelling vignettes.

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