Where to have a long, lazy Italian dinner in Vermont

Jan 13, 2017 657

By Emily Greenberg


It's Sunday morning in Panton and Alessandra Rellini, owner of Agricola Farm, is running around the property directing cars to the slush-covered parking lot. The sound of grunting pigs, squawking chickens and bleating sheep emanates from the 100-year-old barn. Rellini greets new and returning guests as if she knows them each personally.

Inside the farmhouse Vermont chef Julia Clancy is methodically dicing, mincing and slicing. From the meat and eggs raised at Agricola to vegetables and herbs from neighboring farms, the five-course meal about to ensue will be a taste of Italy from entirely Vermont-grown ingredients.

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Source: http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/

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