The Forest Feast
Even though it’s starting to become spring, it’s still cold in some parts!  We were recently in NYC and since Jonathan’s family has a house in Vermont, we took a group of friends there for the weekend. We cooked big meals together, played snow football and spent evenings by the fire. (It’s kind of like The Forest Feast in the snow!). Our friend Sam made his herb marinated BBQ chicken one night and for Sunday breakfast we made these pear pancakes topped with walnuts (and real Vermont maple syrup, of course!).
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
Even though it’s starting to become spring, it’s still cold in some parts!  We were recently in NYC and since Jonathan’s family has a house in Vermont, we took a group of friends there for the weekend. We cooked big meals together, played snow football and spent evenings by the fire. (It’s kind of like The Forest Feast in the snow!). Our friend Sam made his herb marinated BBQ chicken one night and for Sunday breakfast we made these pear pancakes topped with walnuts (and real Vermont maple syrup, of course!).
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
Even though it’s starting to become spring, it’s still cold in some parts!  We were recently in NYC and since Jonathan’s family has a house in Vermont, we took a group of friends there for the weekend. We cooked big meals together, played snow football and spent evenings by the fire. (It’s kind of like The Forest Feast in the snow!). Our friend Sam made his herb marinated BBQ chicken one night and for Sunday breakfast we made these pear pancakes topped with walnuts (and real Vermont maple syrup, of course!).
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
Even though it’s starting to become spring, it’s still cold in some parts!  We were recently in NYC and since Jonathan’s family has a house in Vermont, we took a group of friends there for the weekend. We cooked big meals together, played snow football and spent evenings by the fire. (It’s kind of like The Forest Feast in the snow!). Our friend Sam made his herb marinated BBQ chicken one night and for Sunday breakfast we made these pear pancakes topped with walnuts (and real Vermont maple syrup, of course!).
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
Even though it’s starting to become spring, it’s still cold in some parts!  We were recently in NYC and since Jonathan’s family has a house in Vermont, we took a group of friends there for the weekend. We cooked big meals together, played snow football and spent evenings by the fire. (It’s kind of like The Forest Feast in the snow!). Our friend Sam made his herb marinated BBQ chicken one night and for Sunday breakfast we made these pear pancakes topped with walnuts (and real Vermont maple syrup, of course!).
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
Even though it’s starting to become spring, it’s still cold in some parts!  We were recently in NYC and since Jonathan’s family has a house in Vermont, we took a group of friends there for the weekend. We cooked big meals together, played snow football and spent evenings by the fire. (It’s kind of like The Forest Feast in the snow!). Our friend Sam made his herb marinated BBQ chicken one night and for Sunday breakfast we made these pear pancakes topped with walnuts (and real Vermont maple syrup, of course!).
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
Even though it’s starting to become spring, it’s still cold in some parts!  We were recently in NYC and since Jonathan’s family has a house in Vermont, we took a group of friends there for the weekend. We cooked big meals together, played snow football and spent evenings by the fire. (It’s kind of like The Forest Feast in the snow!). Our friend Sam made his herb marinated BBQ chicken one night and for Sunday breakfast we made these pear pancakes topped with walnuts (and real Vermont maple syrup, of course!).
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast
Even though it’s starting to become spring, it’s still cold in some parts!  We were recently in NYC and since Jonathan’s family has a house in Vermont, we took a group of friends there for the weekend. We cooked big meals together, played snow football and spent evenings by the fire. (It’s kind of like The Forest Feast in the snow!). Our friend Sam made his herb marinated BBQ chicken one night and for Sunday breakfast we made these pear pancakes topped with walnuts (and real Vermont maple syrup, of course!).
By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast

Even though it’s starting to become spring, it’s still cold in some parts!  We were recently in NYC and since Jonathan’s family has a house in Vermont, we took a group of friends there for the weekend. We cooked big meals together, played snow football and spent evenings by the fire. (It’s kind of like The Forest Feast in the snow!). Our friend Sam made his herb marinated BBQ chicken one night and for Sunday breakfast we made these pear pancakes topped with walnuts (and real Vermont maple syrup, of course!).

By Erin Gleeson for The Forest Feast

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