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My Favorite Things – A Visit to a Local Vermont Farm Stand

Who wouldn’t be inspired to eat more healthily if you could shop here?

Welcome to the Cedar Circle Farm Stand…

Photo of Cedar Circle Farm Stand in Vermont, taken by Joana Miranda

Where old world is still in style!

Photo of old plow at Cedar Circle farm stand in Vermont, taken by Joana Miranda

Here’s part of the welcoming committee…

Photo of little kitty, taken by Joana Miranda

(And I almost took him home!)

Photo of Joana with little kitty

The home grown produce includes cauliflower, broccoli, carrots, beets and cabbage….and you can also read about the War on Bugs.

Photo of various veggies at Cedar Circle farm stand in Vermont, taken by Joana Miranda

Or pick up some corn…

Photo of corn at Cedar Circle farm stand, taken by Joana Miranda

Chanterelles and Swiss chard…

Photo of chanterelles and Swiss chard, taken by Joana Miranda

Gorgeous green onions, garlic and potatoes…

Photo of green onions and potatoes, taken by Joana Miranda

Or a rainbow of other veggies!

Photo of colorful veggies at Cedar Circle farm stand, taken by Joana Miranda

This is your chance to get some local Vermont maple syrup…

Photo of Vermont maple syrup, taken by Joana Miranda

Pair it with a breakfast of crepes and these blueberries, and you’ll have a first-rate breakfast!

Photo of local grown Vermont blueberries, taken by Joana Miranda

We got so overwhelmed by all these goodies, we had to take a break to visit the teeny cafe…

Photo of Hello Cafe at Cedar Circle farm stand, taken by Joana Miranda

For cappuccino, a double chocolate and a ginger cookie!

Photo cappuccino and cookies at Hello Cafe at Cedar Circle farm, taken by Joana Miranda

The view out the windows was nostalgic…

Photo of toy trucks in window at Hello Cafe, taken by Joana Miranda

And a wonderful afternoon was had by all!

Photo of rustic Vermont red barn window with flower box, taken by Joana Miranda

4 Comments

    • Hi Pedro,

      New England is certainly a special place in the US! It is here that you’ll most often find people who still know how to do things properly (such as farm, cook, build houses from scratch, repair things, etc.) My parents spend every summer in NH, so fortunately I don’t need much of an excuse to visit!

      Ate ja –
      Joana
      P.s. My Portuguese relatives who have visited us in New England are always amazed that the houses are made of “madeira.” However, given that the whole area is covered with forests, it’s not such a surprise why!

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