Maple Sugaring Time.

If you ever read or watched the Little House on The Prairie series I am sure you remember the time that Laura Ingalls Wilder and her sisters made sugar on the snow. Around Danbury, and neighboring towns, maple sugar time is almost a fifth season! It is a tradition that is cherished and waited for

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Winter in 1875

The Winter 0f 2023/2024 has started slowly. Many of us have fond memories of winter days of olde. Today, on the last day of 2023, I am going to try to take us all back to Danbury, In 1875. As the biting winds of winter sweep through the town of Danbury. Over the wind, you

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Pass it on…

I am sitting in a very quiet home as I type this blog article. However an hour ago eight children were here cooking up a storm. This week they made all of the thanksgiving vegetables and cranberry sauce. I have been teaching children to cook for years, now I do it as a volunteer for

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Dog Days Of Summer

The dog days of summer is a phrase that we are all familiar with. Yet do you know that this reference to August does not refer to dogs at all? It can be traced back to Ancient Egyptian times. They would observe the constellation Sirius, which is know as the Dog Star. It is visible

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Welcome Blog

Hello and welcome to the new Danbury Country Store Website! As you browse it you will notice some new key features such as this blog, recipe section, a highlighted daily special when youopen the page and a shop on line section. These were added in response to customer requests, except the blog. I just wanted

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