• Ploughgate Creamery Butter: Ploughgate Creamery is located in Fayston. They have a cult following for their cultured, European-style butter. Similar to cheese and yogurt, cultured butter has live bacteria cultures added to it. The cultures are left to dance with the cream for 48 hours before churning. This results in a tangy, rich-flavored butter that stands out from standard sweet cream butter.

  • Potato Loaf from Red Hen: Red Hen Baking Co, is located in Middlesex. Their potato loaves are naturally levened, which gives them a depth of flavor that breads made with isolated yeast simply cannot develop! On top of that, this loaf is made with roasted VT-grown potatoes, which caramelize during the baking process to form a dark crust. The crumb will be light and sweet thanks to the potatoes as well!

  • Champlain Orchard's Peaches: At long last! I am happy to say that we are able to distribute the peaches that we had planned on sending to you last week! Champlain Orchards is located in Shoreham. They are ecologically managed and Eco Apple Certified, which means that they utilize eco-sensitive, minimally-treated, natural methods to care for their orchard. These peaches are at their peak ripeness, which means that they taste like they truly are nature's candy! You'll want to eat them quickly so they don't become overripe, but I don't think you'll have any issue with that!