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We've gone from chilly damp weather in the 40s to balmy tropical weather in the
90s.  It has been a frantic weekend, putting screens in the winter, installing the air
conditioner, finding all the fans and quickly throwing on our summer clothing.  
We should have known...that's the way summer always arrives here in northern
New England.  ~M.
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June 8, 2008
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Greetings from:.
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This Week:

Feature:
The Vermont Country Store
Makes the Past Come Alive

Recipe:
Asparagus with Wild Ramps

From the Archives:
Epicurean Delights on
Vermont's Route 100

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Feature: Vermont Country Store Makes the Past Come Alive
If you have an overactive sweet tooth like I do, and you miss your favorite
old-time candies, visit the "Food and Candy" section at The Vermont Country
Store. Read the descriptions and look at the pictures, and you'll almost smell the
Horehound Drops, Bit-O-Honey Bars, Peppermint Puffs, Clark's Teaberry Gum
and Brach's Sundaes Neapolitan Coconuts....

Recipe: Asparagus with Wild Ramps
Ramps grow from southern Canada to the mid Atlantic states and are members of
the onion family. They are slender with a white bulb, purple-red stems and flat,
dark leaves which resemble those of Lilies of the Valley. They have the scent of
wild onion, which is lacking in the poisonous Lilly of the Valley...

From our Archives: Epicurean Delights on Vermont's Route 100
Recently, on my way to Burlington Vermont, I decided to indulge myself with
ice cream, cheese, chocolates, cider and doughnuts.  The prime spot for all that?
Route 100 in Waterbury....


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