Did you know that King Arthur Flour Co. is Mecca for all those who bake, try to bake, want to learn to bake, or simply enjoy eating fantastically delicious baked items? That pretty much covers all of us, doesn’t it? And did you know that King Arthur Flour Co. is in Norwich, Vermont, just an hour away from Rabbit Hill Inn? This is why so many guests visit there during their stay with us. Founded in 1790, it’s the oldest flour company in America. Today, it is a baker’s paradise! Here, you will find everything, discover exciting new things, learn new things, and taste new things. Consider it a baker’s “Disney experience” (sorry, no parade). Three key tips — (1) if you go, go hungry (enjoy lunch in their awesome cafe or a snack in the King Arthur Bakery); (2) make sure there is plenty of room in the trunk of your car; and (3) plan on spending some time there. If you take your time, you’ll enjoy it more and not feel overwhelmed.
Fact is, most folks don’t realize that we are so close to King Arthur Flour until they get here so we thought we would spread the news. If you wish to visit King Arthur Flour Co. during your next visit, we will gladly help you plan a terrific day trip. While you’re in the area, visit our friends at Stave Puzzles (also in Norwich). Visit the nearby Woodstock/Quechee, Vermont area or the Dartmouth College/Hanover NH area (there is a terrific cooking store in Hanover called Main Street Kitchens). And when your day is done, you’re just an hour away from Rabbit Hill Inn.
King Arthur Flour is open nearly every day except for major holidays. Click here for store hours.
To hold you over until you get here, you certainly can wander the King Arthur Flour store online. No, it’s not the same, but it won’t disappoint. Be sure to visit their enormous King Arthur Flour recipe library. No doubt, it will become a favorite baking recipe resource. The website also offers informative guides for baking tips, techniques, ingredients, online baking classes, and much more. Speaking of classes, you can take classes at their Baking Education Institute.
Sign on to their terrific blog (awesome recipes). And be sure to join the nearly 60,000 other King Arthur Flour friends on FaceBook. Tell them Rabbit Hill sent you. By the way, you ARE part of our Rabbit Hill Inn Facebook community, aren’t you???