Hardy makes her own seasonal preserves,
like apple-cranberry compote that she’ll
pair with curried chicken salad in a wrap
for the café and serve dolloped atop the
same curried chicken salad on a freshly
fried potato chip as a passed appetizer
at weddings or other events. But many
regulars are happy with top-notch executions of classics like the BLT with sea-salted tomatoes and chipotle mayonnaise,
a lemon dill tuna melt with house-made
pickles, and the egg sandwich with hick-ory-smoked bacon and Swiss served on a
The Beet the Chills Breakfast Bowl
kicks it up a notch with a pair of over
easy eggs nestled on beets, sweet potatoes,
carrots, and mellow roasted garlic laced
with sriracha sauce. That can be amped
up further with excellent house-made
fennel sausage flecked liberally with fresh
parsley, which also makes a welcome
appearance in the breakfast burrito
and the “meaty” omelet. For lunch, the
Feel the Bern panini combines turkey,
bacon, cheddar, apples, and Side Hill
Farm’s mango-habanero jam into a joyful
sweet, spicy, smoky union. Take a global
excursion with the Vietnamese chicken
salad, a texture and flavor explosion of
crisp veggies, pickled ginger, abundant
fresh mint, peanuts, marinated grilled
chicken, and a compelling, vinegary
house-made dressing. Then head back to
work with an indulgent afternoon treat of
sea salt-chocolate ganache brownie.
It’s almost sacrilege for a pastry chef to admit that she lacks a sweet
tooth, but Elizabeth Feinberg of Vermont Amber turned that to her advantage when she created a line of organic,
crunchy, buttery toffee with unusual
flavor twists. Feinberg’s salted sesame,
pumpkin seed-chipotle and sun-dried
tomato with smoked salt and black pepper varieties deliver deep caramel sweetness with unexpected savory notes. The
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Recreate. Relax. Repeat.
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It’s that simple.
Play in the snow. Carve some turns.
Enjoy dinner out. Snowshoe in the moonlight.
Snuggle by the fire. Tuck in for the evening.
Get a good night’s sleep–you’ll need it.
Because there’s more to do tomorrow.
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