The Salt food blog from NPR has published an article about Maine Mead Works.
“Mead has the quintessential terroir,” says Alexander, 36, who began developing his mead in 2007 after becoming fascinated with its history as the oldest alcoholic beverage in the world. “You can get good honey anywhere, and it always has this sense of time and place.”
That idea resonates especially well in Maine, which has one of the strongest locavore movements in the U.S. Spend a little time in Portland, and you get the sense that every new food product on the market better be made with native Maine ingredients or no one’s buying.
2 comments on “NPR: Maine Mead Works”
No mention of the great food truck finale on tonight that filmed in Portland?
Thanks for the reminder. I just posted a link to a synopsis of the show. Did you watch it, what did you think?