Lincoln maple farm featured on TV show

LINCOLN — A cable TV network is putting a Lincoln maple producer on a show about foods that are intrinsically linked to each state. For Vermont that food is maple.
Tony Gadhue of Solar Sweet Maple Farms in Lincoln will be featured in INSP’s television series “State Plate” hosted by American Idol winner Taylor Hicks on Friday, Aug. 25.
Gadhue’s featured dish will be maple-glazed ham.
Also featured on the show will be a cheddar cheesemaker from Shelburne Farms, and apple pie vendor from Bondville and common crackers from Weston.
The show starts at 8 p.m.; consult your cable listings to see where to watch it.

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