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From Chèvre to Chevon: Q & A with Shirley Richardson, CEO Vermont Chevon (City Market, Burlington, Vermont)
Goat Meat Could Save Our Food System, But We’re Too Afraid to Eat It
(Julie Kendrick, HuffPost)
Who's Buying Vermont Chevon
Here are some of our newest customers:
City Markets, Downtown and South End, Burlington Vermont
M. F. Dulock, Sommerville, Massachusetts
Scott Brothers, Medford, Massachusetts
Formaggio Kitchen, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Pammy's, Cambridige, Massachusetts*
Hunger Mountain Coop, Montpelier, Vermont
Brattleboro Coop, Brattleboro, Vermont
Black Krim Tavern, Randolph, Vermont
The Abbey Group, Winooski, Vermont
Sunrise Farm (CSA), White River Junction, Vermont
*From Pammy's Executive Chef Christopher Willis: After experimenting with the assortment of cuts that you sent, the shoulder seemed like something we might use in a future menu item. I can see it in a late fall ragu or even used as a stuffed pasta filling. I always think of goat as a lean, dry meat, however, after cooking it sous vide, it was remarkably tender and surprisingly rich. When is the next time I might be able to order a shoulder or two?
"It's like dining in Morocco without leaving Vermont."
Mad River Taste Place for Small Artisan Makers and Growers
Mad River Taste is the local marketing program supporting Makers and Growers located in the valleys, the hill farms and mountain forests along the Mad River. The Mad River Taste Place celebrates the Makers and Growers and brings their food and beverages along with their stories to people who appreciate good food and drink, made by hand with the best ingredients.
Vermont Chevon — tender, succulent with the rich flavor of grass-fed beef — is the most popular red meat in the world. Chefs in the United States are creating inspiring chevon dishes and customers are discovering the delicious culinary possibilities and health benefits of this protein source.
Vermont Chevon is the result of innovative thinking, a belief in sustainable agriculture, and the success of the state’s cheese making industry.
Get Our Goat
New England and New York City restaurants are serving up delicious chevon dishes, and the number of markets and butchers carrying our chevon products is growing. Check out who is buying what!
We are proud to partner with the dairy goat farms that hold to high standards and are helping further the sustainable agricultural goals for the Northeast.