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

How should I eat? (Not too much)
—Michael Pollan

If it is so difficult to learn to cook, how did all those early pioneer women manage to cross the country in rugged covered wagons and feed troops of people from one big pot hung over an open fire?
—Marion Cunningham, from Learning to Cook

Treat treats as treats.
—Michael Pollan

No matter how you slice it through, grain-fed meat production systems are a drain on the global food supply.
—Jonathan A. Foley, director of the Institute on the Environment, U of MN

SUBSCRIBE TO MY BLOG BY DECEMBER 25 TO BENEFIT THE VERMONT FOODBANK!

I became interested in the Vermont Foodbank when I first moved from the District of Columbia to South Burlington. Unlike the food distribution organizations in other places I’ve lived, the Vermont Foodbank treats feeding people as a privilege, not just a responsibility.

Kingsbury Farm’s strawberry high tunnel bustling with bees in early spring

Two years ago, under the energetic directorship of John Sayles, the organization branched out to become farmers in addition to distributors and fundraisers because John and his staff realized the necessity for more fresh fruit and vegetables in their program. Now, with the crops produced on the Kingsbury Farm in Waitsfield, Vermont, in the Mad River Valley, the organization can be proud of the fresh produce they provide.

I feel very grateful that I can help support the food distribution program provided by the Vermont Foodbank and hope you will join me in helping them continue the work they do, providing healthy food to those who are struggling to maintain a hunger-free existence. Watch this YouTube video about the Foodbank’s Kingsbury Farm, a short film produced by Middlebury College’s “Farm Stories.”

For each new subscription to my blog from now through December 25, In the Kitchen with Bronwyn will donate $2 to the Vermont Foodbank. Two dollars will provide 12 holiday meals to our Vermont neighbors in need.

SUBSCRIBE NOW >

Thank you in advance for subscribing to my blog and helping to support the Vermont Foodbank! 

A Bientot!

 

Posted: 11-9-2012

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I feel very grateful that I can help support the food distribution program provided by the Vermont Foodbank and hope you will join me in helping them continue the work they do, providing healthy food to those who are struggling to maintain a hunger-free existence. Watch this YouTube video about the Foodbank's Kingsbury Farm, a short film produced by Middlebury College’s “Farm Stories.”

For each new subscription to my blog from now through December 25, In the Kitchen with Bronwyn will donate $2 to the Vermont Foodbank. Two dollars will provide 12 holiday meals to our Vermont neighbors in need.

SUBSCRIBE NOW >

Thank you in advance for subscribing to my blog and helping to support the Vermont Foodbank! 

A Bientot!

 

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[caption id="attachment_1142" align="alignleft" width="240"] Kingsbury Farm’s strawberry high tunnel bustling with bees in early spring[/caption]

Two years ago, under the energetic directorship of John Sayles, the organization branched out to become farmers in addition to distributors and fundraisers because John and his staff realized the necessity for more fresh fruit and vegetables in their program. Now, with the crops produced on the Kingsbury Farm in Waitsfield, Vermont, in the Mad River Valley, the organization can be proud of the fresh produce they provide.

I feel very grateful that I can help support the food distribution program provided by the Vermont Foodbank and hope you will join me in helping them continue the work they do, providing healthy food to those who are struggling to maintain a hunger-free existence. Watch this YouTube video about the Foodbank's Kingsbury Farm, a short film produced by Middlebury College’s “Farm Stories.”

For each new subscription to my blog from now through December 25, In the Kitchen with Bronwyn will donate $2 to the Vermont Foodbank. Two dollars will provide 12 holiday meals to our Vermont neighbors in need.

SUBSCRIBE NOW >

Thank you in advance for subscribing to my blog and helping to support the Vermont Foodbank! 

A Bientot!

 

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Two years ago, under the energetic directorship of John Sayles, the organization branched out to become farmers in addition to distributors and fundraisers because John and his staff realized the necessity for more fresh fruit and vegetables in their program. Now, with the crops produced on the Kingsbury Farm in Waitsfield, Vermont, in the Mad River Valley, the organization can be proud of the fresh produce they provide.

I feel very grateful that I can help support the food distribution program provided by the Vermont Foodbank and hope you will join me in helping them continue the work they do, providing healthy food to those who are struggling to maintain a hunger-free existence. Watch this YouTube video about the Foodbank's Kingsbury Farm, a short film produced by Middlebury College’s “Farm Stories.”

For each new subscription to my blog from now through December 25, In the Kitchen with Bronwyn will donate $2 to the Vermont Foodbank. Two dollars will provide 12 holiday meals to our Vermont neighbors in need.

SUBSCRIBE NOW >

Thank you in advance for subscribing to my blog and helping to support the Vermont Foodbank! 

A Bientot!

 

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    Thank you for supporting the foodbank and for sharing your blog!

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