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Bumper Stickers & Mugs

“Laurey Masterton not only has a personal motto, but she often has to look no further than the car bumper in front of her to see it. [A number of] years ago she trademarked the slogan ‘Don't Postpone Joy,’ and since then it has spread far and wide, borne by bumper stickers, T-shirts, articles and everyday conversations.” - UNH Magazine

…and these bumper stickers and mugs are STILL AVAILABLE! Pick them up today at Thyme in the Garden in Asheville or order a set right here:



The Fresh Honey Cookbook

By Laurey Masterton

“Indulge in these 84 luscious recipes inspired by honeybees, the food they pollinate, and the wonderful range of honey they produce. Highlighting a different honey varietal each month (tupelo, orange blossom, acacia, avocado, raspberry, tulip poplar, sourwood, blueberry, cranberry, eucalyptus, chestnut, and sage), beekeeper and chef Laurey Masterton offers amazing dishes made from simple, fresh ingredients. You’ll also find honey-tasting tips and fascinating glimpses into the life of a beehive.”


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Elsie’s Biscuits:
Simple Stories of Me, My Mother, and Food

By Laurey Masterton

"Elsie's Biscuits" is a collection of culinary memoirs with recipes. The book tells the story of author Laurey Masterton, her childhood in Vermont at Blueberry Hill Inn, the loss of her parents, and the finding them once again, through food and writing.


Blueberry Hill Cookbook

By Elsie Masterton

The Blueberry Hill Cookbook, published on July 6, 1959 was the first of three cookbooks written by Elsie Masterton who, with her husband John, founded Blueberry Hill Farm in Goshen, Vermont. Originally conceived as a downhill ski area but foiled by the lack of snow, the farm became a country Inn, and Elsie became a well-known cook and cookbook author.

Here are the favorites of Elsie and John's Blueberry Hill Farm, with quips and thoughts from Elsie.  Delicious, classic, memorable. This is the original Blueberry Hill Cookbook, with a preface by the youngest daughter, Laurey Masterton.



Barn Swallow Antiques

Barn Swallow Antiques offers an ever-changing collection of household furnishings and antique accessories. All our treasures come from friends, and we can usually tell you more about their family hisory. The first Barn Swallow store was in Rochester, Vermont; now our neighbors in Kentucky bring us their most wonderful finds.


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