Vermont Pickle



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Vermont Pickle is a small, Made in Vermont,specialty food company. Vermont Pickle products have that old fashioned, fresh from the garden taste, just like grandma used to make.

Vermont Pickle's menu includes:

  • Pickled Garlic is a truly unique taste experience. Pickled Garlic can be used with everything! Chicken, fish, beef, pork, veggies, salads, pasta, marinades, dressings, even martinis!
  • Dills and Hot Dills are my cukes, and are great with burgers and in marinades.
  • Maple Sweets are my Vermont-style twist on Bread & Butter pickles. Made with Pure Vermont Maple Syrup from the Moore Family Farm.
  • Dilly Beans... What can I say, except that You asked for 'em!
  • Beets. I have 3 flavors of Beets all made with Pure Vermont Maple Syrup. Sweet Beets are pure and simple; Pickled Beets are made with my own unique blend of pickling spices; and the Hot Maple Beets are sweet with a kick.
  • Fiddleheads are in the works each Spring and will be available for a very limited time. 

I take pride in my work. Each jar is packed by hand, there is no automation. Vegetables are as local as I can get them, the cucumbers are all hand cut (again.. no automation), and all vegetables are documented as NON-GMO. 
For everyone who has an issue with gluten... ALL of my products are GLUTEN FREE!

The Legend of the Christmas Pickle -

The Legend of the Christmas Pickle is like many legends - only as good as the story teller who shares it. Take time to enjoy the legend (s) and start your own family legends with a Christmas Pickle on your tree, or with a gift pack from Vermont Pickle under your tree.

The Christmas pickle is not really a pickle at all, it is a pickle-shaped ornament. A very old Christmas Eve tradition in Germany was to hide a pickle (ornament) deep in the branches of the family Christmas Tree. The parents hung the pickle last after all the other ornaments were in place. In the morning they knew the most observant child would receive an extra gift from St Nicholas. The first adult who finds the pickle traditionally gets good luck for the whole year. This Christmas pickle story, with a few minor variations, can be found all over the web and in print inside the glass ornament package. It says that Germans hang a pickle-shaped glass ornament on the Christmas tree hidden away so it's difficult to find. The first child to find it on Christmas morning gets a special treat or extra present.

In retrospect the real essence behind this family tradition is to take time to savor the moment with family and friends and while searching for the pickle enjoy the beauty of the tree and it's ornaments - teaching children to stop and enjoy the beauty of the season and not focus on the gifts under the tree.

Or so one of the legend goes...


Happy Holidays from Vermont Pickle



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Michele Carson
Milton, VT 05468


email@vermontpickle.com

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