Vermont’s state fruit is deeply rooted back to when every homestead had a few trees. Scott Farm in Dummerston is known for its diversity of heirloom apples, including Thomas Jefferson’s two favorite varieties, Esopus Spitzenberg and Maiden’s Blush, which are particularly suited to drying. Every fall, the orchard hosts an heirloom apple dinner featuring dishes like rabbit stuffed with Baldwin apples, bacon and chard.
Special Dishes: Heirloom Apples, Rabbit
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