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By Lynne Andreen

Seasons In a Vermont Kitchen: Autumn

“Local produce, local meats, local cheeses, local bakers, create menus that are delicious and appropriate for the fall season.”

Please join Lynne Andreen as she walks you through the fields and meadows, mountains and valleys to her friends’ farms and homes for some traditional and new Vermont culinary treats.

Some of the recipes are culled from the original book “In A Vermont Kitchen” authored by Lynne and her step-daughter Amy Lyon. Lynne credits Amy for much of the development of the previous book and appreciated the help and expertise of her step daughter’s creativity.

Local produce, local meats, local cheeses, local bakers, create menus that are delicious and appropriate for the fall season. As you can see by the pictures, the foods not only taste delicious but have great eye appeal as well!

Hope you enjoy the recipes as well as the stories.


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About The Author


Lynne Andreen has a strong history with healthy foods and eating. She helped conceptualize and formulate the natural foods line sold nationwide as "Uncle Dave's Kitchen." That career led to the cookbook, "In a Vermont Kitchen" - from which the "Seasons in a Vermont Kitchen: Autumn" eBook was inspired. She ran a seasonal cooking school her home for several years and continues to educate herself on modern health and nutrition as well as fitness for the body, mind, and spirit. This background led Lynne to explore the posture of raw food eating and she went on to become a certified Raw Food Chef.

Lynne operates Yoga-2-Go, a traveling yoga service to accommodate both local residents and visitors, skiers and Vermont guests. She often does private one-on-one lessons. Lynne is a RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher) with the Yoga Alliance and has teaching certificates and many hours of specialized study with accredited, well-known teachers.

In her free time, Lynne enjoys skiing, snow shoeing, hiking, biking, kayaking, and gardening with her husband of 35 years. She is often with one of their five children or 11 grandchildren.

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1 review for Seasons In a Vermont Kitchen: Autumn

  1. 5 out of 5

    What a fantastic book- a great combination of recipes and personal stories. Delicious recipes!! I feel like I really got to know the author and learned a lot about Vermont from an insider’s point of view. I’m already recommending it to my friends.

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