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If I had a dollar…

If I had a dollar…

If I had a dollar for every time someone stopped, got out of their car and snapped a shot in front of my sign, I could retire! Don’t get me wrong, its quite flattering, I would love to see your photos – post them to our Facebook page  and make sure to tag us.

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Fresh Oysters in VT?

Fresh Oysters in VT?

Tom’s Backyard Oyster Bar. We love the idea of freshly prepared oysters served outdoors in summer—we hope you do too! Every Thursday, all summer long, Tom’s oyster bar will be out in full flavored deliciousness. If you like oysters, or are trying them for the first time, you won’t want to miss Tom’s oyster bar. […]

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Camp Kitchen

Camp Kitchen

The title conjures up visions of mouse poop on the counter, aluminum coffee percolators and old, small refrigerators with a freezer so full of frost that there is no room for ice! Well, that’s not the kind of camp kitchen that I am pondering. Think tents, coolers, butane camp stoves, cast iron pans. As I […]

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Comfort Food Isn’t Always American

Comfort Food Isn’t Always American

Comfort food to Americans is mac and cheese, meatloaf, lasagne and fried chicken, to name a few. But what about the comfort food of other regions of the world? We, as cooks, seeking a recipe for the ultimate family pleaser, tend to overlook the “pizza” and “chicken pot pie” of other countries. This weekend I […]

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Mud Pie for Betsy

Mud Pie for Betsy

My last post, Mud Season in VT, didn’t have much to do with food and I wasn’t sure how to integrate food into the story. My mind was obviously not on eating or cooking at the time. As luck should have it, I have a very witty friend, Betsy, a blogger herself. (Check out her […]

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Mud Season in Vee Tee

Mud Season in Vee Tee

We have just come down from the best week of weather that we have seen since November. Temps in the 60’s, lots of snow on the mountains, steam pouring from every sugar house, and now, tulip and hyacinth bulbs popping up. I even saw a bluebird this morning! What do Vermonters do when hit by […]

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