View from the Borderland: The nutritional problem with school lunch
Neshobe Community School reached a new watermark of sorts this school year, when more than 50 percent of the students qualified for free or reduced-price lunch. This sobering news came on the heels of the news that Rutland County, of which Brandon...
Addison Independent Almost No Knead Bread
Makes one double-size loaf
White Flour Recipe:
6 cups all-purpose or bread flour
1/2 tsp. instant or rapid-rise yeast
3 tsp. salt
1 1/2 cups plus 4 Tbs. (14 ounces) water at room temp
1/2 cup plus 4 Tbs. (6 ounces) beer
2 Tbs. white vinegar (cider...
Table Talk: Otter Creek Bakery
Last Monday morning, Sarah Wood paused at the center table in the small Otter Creek Bakery kitchen to chew thoughtfully on a piece of whole wheat baguette.
"Want to try this baguette?" she asked, offering pieces around the kitchen.
On the Ball: Panther Hockey Quotes Predicted Future; H.S. Wrestling
On the Ball: Prescient Men’s Hockey Quotes, State Wrestling on Tap
It’s almost always fun to hear what athletes have to say after games. Yes, results can vary, but more often than not they come up with some nuggets. On Tuesday, for example,...
Middlebury Trailrunner: Brooks Road
The continued snow drought is keeping me in the higher elevations. That said – the snow is still great up there! This week’s ski is a winter variation on one of my running posts from last summer, the Sugar Hill Reservoir run. Start...
On the Ball: D-II Hoop Seeds; Tough Road for VUHS
D-II Hoop Seeds Out; Tough Draw for VUHS
The VPA moved quickly today, and the Division II boys’ basketball pairings were out by mid-morning. Vergennes, Otter Valley and Mount Abraham will all play on Tuesday at 7 p.m., the Commodores at home, and...
On the Ball: Men's hoop win; Edwards talks crowd, Middlebury
PANTHER HOOP AND EDWARDS SPEAKS
Just a few quick notes today on the Panther men’s hoop game yesterday. Senior captain Tim Edwards was kind enough to talk to me for almost five minutes afterward and reflect back on his four years with the Middlebury...
Table Talk: Good Companion Bakery
Farmer's market season is a while off, but last Friday morning the ovens at Good Companion Bakery in Vergennes were up and running.
This time of the year Erik Andrus only bakes once a week on Fridays, to meet the needs of the bakery's winter CSA (or...
On the Ball: Girls' Hoop Teams Win In First Round
GIRLS’ FIRST-ROUND HOOP GAMES
Form, or as the guys on ESPN radio like to say, “the chalk,” prevailed on Wednesday night: the Middlebury, Otter Valley, Mount Abraham and Vergennes girls’ basketball teams all won their first-round Division II...
Middlebury Trailrunner: The Skater's Waltz
With the dearth of fresh snow and thinning cover, I usually head for higher altitude terrain. While pleasantly surprised by the conditions at the Rikert Ski Touring area last weekend, I had a hunch that the cover would be even better on Forest...