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I love quotes that add meaning to my life. Here are a few to live by:

Americans who have been to France and come home craving a reminder of their magical European experience, love Vermont cheeses.
—Allison Hooper, founder, VT Butter & Cheese Creamery

Practice not cleaning your plate: it will help you eat less in short term and develop self-control in the long term.
—Michael Pollan

Sweet taste buds develop before all others, that’s why small children love sweets.
—Bronwyn Dunne

Don’t eat breakfast cereals that change the color of milk.
—Michael Pollan

My rule of thumb is, when in doubt, cook more than you think you may need.
—Marian Cunningham, from Learning to Cook


New Guest Writer: Welcome Corrie to the Green Mountain State!

Corrie Austin is new to Vermont and new to the excitement and challenge of the Vermont food world. She’s jumped in with both feet, a transplant from another great food region, Portland, Oregon. And, it is no surprise to this writer that she trained as an architect before falling in love and following her Vermont-born husband to our green mountains. I always say that making good food is one of the most creative things you can do, akin to practicing the fine arts or designing beautiful living spaces, so it’s no surprise Corrie has found herself writing about the creative food leadership in her new home and her own insights on the subject of healthy and inspiring food.  

Welcome, Corrie…I can’t wait to see, through your eyes, the wonderful world of culinary Vermont!

 

Hello VERMONT!

In order to share my experiences and musings on Vermont’s food vibe, I feel the need to introduce my relationship with food. Overall, I have the best intentions for a “healthy” diet; “healthy,” a word whose meaning has, for me, constantly evolved. In the end, I live by the following food philosophies:

  1. Prepare your own food
  2. Enjoy eating! I feel sad when I see people who are scared to enjoy eating.  There is a TON of nutritional information available, much of it contradicting; this makes eating well intimidating. But…FOOD IS DELICIOUS AND SHOULD BE ENJOYED!
  3. Eat local, whole foods

Admittedly…none of this is groundbreaking. However, I didn’t always think this way.

 

In high school, my parents gave me school lunch money, BUT if I made my own lunch, I could keep the money.  This paved the way for preparing my own food, even if I was motivated by money, not health.  

Also during high school, I battled minor OCD tendencies that manifested in a low-grade eating disorder. I was scared of food, and I certainly didn’t know how to enjoy it. I was diagnosed before things got out of hand, but this began a phase in my life where I tried to eat foods with as little fat and as few calories as possible. That’s being “healthy,” right? Using this philosophy, mustard intrigued me…only 5 calories per serving? If only I could live off mustard!  I’m still a HUGE mustard fan, but as a condiment! Not a food group…I do eat it by the spoon-full sometimes…shhh. 

Camping along the drive from Portland, Oregon to Vermont

Camping along the drive from Portland, Oregon to Vermont

I lived in fear of eating for a while, and what I DID eat was often wrong.  The meals I “prepared” were cans of soup and horrible frozen vegetable/fake cheese concoctions that fell into my “low fat/calorie” requirement – makes you wonder just WHAT exactly they are made of…because we all know cheese is NOT low in fat or calories…

Without getting into details, I discovered the joy of farmer’s markets, food co-ops, and whole foods. I was influenced by friends, boyfriends, books, architecture school, and a course I took on the Natural Food Industry. I stopped feeling scared of eating as I became freed by my knowledge and understanding of eating well.

Recent photo of me with my husband, David, on our drive to move from Portland, OR to Hinesburg, VT

Recent photo of me with my husband, David, on our drive to move from Portland, OR to Hinesburg, VT

Wrap this all up into a tidy little bundle, and you have the food-enjoying, home-food prepping, whole food eating, human being that is ME! I love trying new recipes and restaurants, but I also enjoy the simplicity of roasting delicious vegetables with some olive oil and salt, it can be that easy!

As a recent transplant from Portland, Oregon, I can tell that I have moved from one foodie city to another.  Vermonters do food right; local isn’t a trend, it’s a lifestyle! I look forward to sharing my food enthusiasm with you while I explore Vermont’s food scene!

Until next time,

Corrie Austin

Posted: 4-22-2017

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Corrie Austin is new to Vermont and new to the excitement and challenge of the Vermont food world. She’s jumped in with both feet, a transplant from another great food region, Portland, Oregon. And, it is no surprise to this writer that she trained as an architect before falling in love and following her Vermont-born husband to our green mountains. I always say that making good food is one of the most creative things you can do, akin to practicing the fine arts or designing beautiful living spaces, so it’s no surprise Corrie has found herself writing about the creative food leadership in her new home and her own insights on the subject of healthy and inspiring food.  

Welcome, Corrie…I can’t wait to see, through your eyes, the wonderful world of culinary Vermont!

 

Hello VERMONT!

In order to share my experiences and musings on Vermont's food vibe, I feel the need to introduce my relationship with food. Overall, I have the best intentions for a "healthy" diet; "healthy," a word whose meaning has, for me, constantly evolved. In the end, I live by the following food philosophies:

  1. Prepare your own food
  2. Enjoy eating! I feel sad when I see people who are scared to enjoy eating.  There is a TON of nutritional information available, much of it contradicting; this makes eating well intimidating. But…FOOD IS DELICIOUS AND SHOULD BE ENJOYED!
  3. Eat local, whole foods
Admittedly…none of this is groundbreaking. However, I didn't always think this way.

 

In high school, my parents gave me school lunch money, BUT if I made my own lunch, I could keep the money.  This paved the way for preparing my own food, even if I was motivated by money, not health.  

Also during high school, I battled minor OCD tendencies that manifested in a low-grade eating disorder. I was scared of food, and I certainly didn't know how to enjoy it. I was diagnosed before things got out of hand, but this began a phase in my life where I tried to eat foods with as little fat and as few calories as possible. That’s being "healthy," right? Using this philosophy, mustard intrigued me…only 5 calories per serving? If only I could live off mustard!  I'm still a HUGE mustard fan, but as a condiment! Not a food group...I do eat it by the spoon-full sometimes…shhh. 

[caption id="attachment_4186" align="aligncenter" width="520"]Camping along the drive from Portland, Oregon to Vermont Camping along the drive from Portland, Oregon to Vermont[/caption] I lived in fear of eating for a while, and what I DID eat was often wrong.  The meals I "prepared" were cans of soup and horrible frozen vegetable/fake cheese concoctions that fell into my "low fat/calorie" requirement - makes you wonder just WHAT exactly they are made of...because we all know cheese is NOT low in fat or calories...

Without getting into details, I discovered the joy of farmer's markets, food co-ops, and whole foods. I was influenced by friends, boyfriends, books, architecture school, and a course I took on the Natural Food Industry. I stopped feeling scared of eating as I became freed by my knowledge and understanding of eating well.

[caption id="attachment_4164" align="aligncenter" width="520"]Recent photo of me with my husband, David, on our drive to move from Portland, OR to Hinesburg, VT Recent photo of me with my husband, David, on our drive to move from Portland, OR to Hinesburg, VT[/caption]

Wrap this all up into a tidy little bundle, and you have the food-enjoying, home-food prepping, whole food eating, human being that is ME! I love trying new recipes and restaurants, but I also enjoy the simplicity of roasting delicious vegetables with some olive oil and salt, it can be that easy!

As a recent transplant from Portland, Oregon, I can tell that I have moved from one foodie city to another.  Vermonters do food right; local isn't a trend, it's a lifestyle! I look forward to sharing my food enthusiasm with you while I explore Vermont's food scene!

Until next time,

Corrie Austin

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Corrie Austin is new to Vermont and new to the excitement and challenge of the Vermont food world. She’s jumped in with both feet, a transplant from another great food region, Portland, Oregon. And, it is no surprise to this writer that she trained as an architect before falling in love and following her Vermont-born husband to our green mountains. I always say that making good food is one of the most creative things you can do, akin to practicing the fine arts or designing beautiful living spaces, so it’s no surprise Corrie has found herself writing about the creative food leadership in her new home and her own insights on the subject of healthy and inspiring food.  

Welcome, Corrie…I can’t wait to see, through your eyes, the wonderful world of culinary Vermont!

 

Hello VERMONT!

In order to share my experiences and musings on Vermont's food vibe, I feel the need to introduce my relationship with food. Overall, I have the best intentions for a "healthy" diet; "healthy," a word whose meaning has, for me, constantly evolved. In the end, I live by the following food philosophies:

  1. Prepare your own food
  2. Enjoy eating! I feel sad when I see people who are scared to enjoy eating.  There is a TON of nutritional information available, much of it contradicting; this makes eating well intimidating. But…FOOD IS DELICIOUS AND SHOULD BE ENJOYED!
  3. Eat local, whole foods
Admittedly…none of this is groundbreaking. However, I didn't always think this way.

 

In high school, my parents gave me school lunch money, BUT if I made my own lunch, I could keep the money.  This paved the way for preparing my own food, even if I was motivated by money, not health.  

Also during high school, I battled minor OCD tendencies that manifested in a low-grade eating disorder. I was scared of food, and I certainly didn't know how to enjoy it. I was diagnosed before things got out of hand, but this began a phase in my life where I tried to eat foods with as little fat and as few calories as possible. That’s being "healthy," right? Using this philosophy, mustard intrigued me…only 5 calories per serving? If only I could live off mustard!  I'm still a HUGE mustard fan, but as a condiment! Not a food group...I do eat it by the spoon-full sometimes…shhh. 

[caption id="attachment_4186" align="aligncenter" width="520"]Camping along the drive from Portland, Oregon to Vermont Camping along the drive from Portland, Oregon to Vermont[/caption] I lived in fear of eating for a while, and what I DID eat was often wrong.  The meals I "prepared" were cans of soup and horrible frozen vegetable/fake cheese concoctions that fell into my "low fat/calorie" requirement - makes you wonder just WHAT exactly they are made of...because we all know cheese is NOT low in fat or calories...

Without getting into details, I discovered the joy of farmer's markets, food co-ops, and whole foods. I was influenced by friends, boyfriends, books, architecture school, and a course I took on the Natural Food Industry. I stopped feeling scared of eating as I became freed by my knowledge and understanding of eating well.

[caption id="attachment_4164" align="aligncenter" width="520"]Recent photo of me with my husband, David, on our drive to move from Portland, OR to Hinesburg, VT Recent photo of me with my husband, David, on our drive to move from Portland, OR to Hinesburg, VT[/caption]

Wrap this all up into a tidy little bundle, and you have the food-enjoying, home-food prepping, whole food eating, human being that is ME! I love trying new recipes and restaurants, but I also enjoy the simplicity of roasting delicious vegetables with some olive oil and salt, it can be that easy!

As a recent transplant from Portland, Oregon, I can tell that I have moved from one foodie city to another.  Vermonters do food right; local isn't a trend, it's a lifestyle! I look forward to sharing my food enthusiasm with you while I explore Vermont's food scene!

Until next time,

Corrie Austin

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Welcome, Corrie…I can’t wait to see, through your eyes, the wonderful world of culinary Vermont!

 

Hello VERMONT!

In order to share my experiences and musings on Vermont's food vibe, I feel the need to introduce my relationship with food. Overall, I have the best intentions for a "healthy" diet; "healthy," a word whose meaning has, for me, constantly evolved. In the end, I live by the following food philosophies:

  1. Prepare your own food
  2. Enjoy eating! I feel sad when I see people who are scared to enjoy eating.  There is a TON of nutritional information available, much of it contradicting; this makes eating well intimidating. But…FOOD IS DELICIOUS AND SHOULD BE ENJOYED!
  3. Eat local, whole foods
Admittedly…none of this is groundbreaking. However, I didn't always think this way.

 

In high school, my parents gave me school lunch money, BUT if I made my own lunch, I could keep the money.  This paved the way for preparing my own food, even if I was motivated by money, not health.  

Also during high school, I battled minor OCD tendencies that manifested in a low-grade eating disorder. I was scared of food, and I certainly didn't know how to enjoy it. I was diagnosed before things got out of hand, but this began a phase in my life where I tried to eat foods with as little fat and as few calories as possible. That’s being "healthy," right? Using this philosophy, mustard intrigued me…only 5 calories per serving? If only I could live off mustard!  I'm still a HUGE mustard fan, but as a condiment! Not a food group...I do eat it by the spoon-full sometimes…shhh. 

[caption id="attachment_4186" align="aligncenter" width="520"]Camping along the drive from Portland, Oregon to Vermont Camping along the drive from Portland, Oregon to Vermont[/caption] I lived in fear of eating for a while, and what I DID eat was often wrong.  The meals I "prepared" were cans of soup and horrible frozen vegetable/fake cheese concoctions that fell into my "low fat/calorie" requirement - makes you wonder just WHAT exactly they are made of...because we all know cheese is NOT low in fat or calories...

Without getting into details, I discovered the joy of farmer's markets, food co-ops, and whole foods. I was influenced by friends, boyfriends, books, architecture school, and a course I took on the Natural Food Industry. I stopped feeling scared of eating as I became freed by my knowledge and understanding of eating well.

[caption id="attachment_4164" align="aligncenter" width="520"]Recent photo of me with my husband, David, on our drive to move from Portland, OR to Hinesburg, VT Recent photo of me with my husband, David, on our drive to move from Portland, OR to Hinesburg, VT[/caption]

Wrap this all up into a tidy little bundle, and you have the food-enjoying, home-food prepping, whole food eating, human being that is ME! I love trying new recipes and restaurants, but I also enjoy the simplicity of roasting delicious vegetables with some olive oil and salt, it can be that easy!

As a recent transplant from Portland, Oregon, I can tell that I have moved from one foodie city to another.  Vermonters do food right; local isn't a trend, it's a lifestyle! I look forward to sharing my food enthusiasm with you while I explore Vermont's food scene!

Until next time,

Corrie Austin

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  1. Kellie Kutkey says:

    I’m excited for you! You always do good, healthy eating is fun. I can’t wait for you to visit us later.

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