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Comment Archives: stories: Food + Drink: Bite Club

Re: “Vermont's Seven Best Guilty Pleasures

Well considering everyone has their own opinion about this thing, and you guys didn't write the article, Pine Street Deli deserves the recognition that they got. Family owned and operated since its open, and they have some of the best prices for the amount of hot fresh food you recieve, oh and the best baklava ever!

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Posted by Venia Perry on 01/22/2015 at 11:11 AM

Re: “Vermont's Seven Best Guilty Pleasures

Put your breakfast sandwich and Rise and Shiner down and go to Henry Street Deli for a real breakfast sandwich.

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Posted by Dan Suder on 01/21/2015 at 10:32 PM

Re: “Vermont's Seven Best Guilty Pleasures

Sorry, the Pine Street Deli Breakfast sammy might be good, but it's no match for a KKD Rise and Shiner.

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Posted by David Wood on 01/21/2015 at 7:20 PM

Re: “Farmers Market Kitchen: Crock Pot Brisket Chili

sorry, I'm from TX and a brisket does not go in a chili. Considering I've been searching for a week for a brisket to put on the water smoke 8 hours ..red rind and stuffed in a baked potato with all the stuffings

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Posted by Sandra Sumpter Swanstone on 01/13/2015 at 3:39 PM

Re: “Farmers Market Kitchen: Daikon Miso Noodle Bowl

Regarding your recipe for the Daikon Noodle Bowl - miso should NEVER be bolied (#2) as it destroys all the beneficial bacteria that strengthen your digestive flora. Miso should be added at the very end of the recipe.

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Posted by Vtgal on 01/06/2015 at 3:59 PM

Re: “2014: a Banner Year for #VTBeer

The development of Full Barrel Co-op has been chugging along apace; we now have close a hundred pledge members, the brewing working group has been meeting regularly, and we just received a seed grant from the New England Grassroots Environmental Fund in to cover the costs of a strategic planning retreat in January. Expect an announcement of incorporation and the launch of the election of our first board of directors by February... :)

http://www.fullbarrel.coop

Posted by Matthew Cropp on 01/02/2015 at 2:27 PM

Re: “Alice Eats: Brunch at Bluebird Tavern

Ginger, I'm so sorry!

As I was building the newsletter, I did a quick check to make sure Bluebird's brunch was still available, but I must have been looking at an old/archived page...

I can't say it's the same, but to fill your brunch craving, I'd recommend the Gryphon or Bleu Northeast Seafood, which both do lovely brunches.

Happy New Year!
Hannah

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Posted by Hannah Palmer Egan on 12/31/2014 at 10:34 AM

Re: “Alice Eats: Brunch at Bluebird Tavern

Why would a Throwback Edition feature an article that is out of date? Now I would like to go to Bluebird Tavern for brunch and they no longer serve it :(

Posted by Ginger on 12/30/2014 at 3:13 PM

Re: “2014: a Banner Year for #VTBeer

Well, you missed mentioning the great growler station at the new beer superstore, 802 bws. There you can find 14th star, Lost Nation, the great Otter Creek collabs, Burlington Beer Co, Queen City, Citizen Cider, and other awesome out of state brews at killer prices for super fresh beer. But that's okay, no one really has to know. It just means that more will be available for others ;)

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Posted by no on 12/30/2014 at 11:49 AM

Re: “2014: a Banner Year for #VTBeer

Tottally agree with Foley Bros Fair Maiden. By far the best beer at the VT Brewers fest and such an underrated brewery. Also look out for Hermit Thrush. They are brewing some excellent beer.

Posted by Ryan McLoughlin on 12/29/2014 at 8:32 PM

Re: “2014: a Banner Year for #VTBeer

Nice overview. Limbo has come out in 22 oz bombers recently so lovers of this great beer have two options for drinking and sharing it with friends. Crop is gaining status with it's DIPA Idletyme and while Foley's deserves all the accolades for Fair Maiden it's Native IPA with Vermont hops is also well liked by those wanting the hoppy bitterness dialed down abit. Not mentioned is Fiddlehead's porter Hodad one of my fav porters as well as Foley's Old Hob. Tho Old Hob is considered a dark amber drinks like a porter for me. Don't just look for the already well known beers at these newish Vermont breweries. Some of the others in their lineup are worth trying. Maybe I misread but Sean Lawson has been driving down to Two Roads in Ct basically once a month since last spring producing SOS in bottles(22oz bombers) and just recently, this week will be the third week for SOS in cans. More bottles more happy smiles, new cans, even happier.

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Posted by Phil Bobrow on 12/29/2014 at 7:53 PM

Re: “2014: a Banner Year for #VTBeer

Hats off to Northshire Brewery in Bennington for continuing to brew the Equinox Pilsner. Chris Mayne's commitment to the brew the pilsner is of note not only for its great crisp taste but also because of its significantly increased fermenting time over more common brews in VT.

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Posted by mendonvtgirl on 12/29/2014 at 4:15 PM

Re: “2014: a Banner Year for #VTBeer

Overall nice story, Hannah. I would have given my nods to:

Beer of the Year: Fiddlehead Mastermind
Best DIPA: Lawson's Triple Sunshine
Best stout: Alchemist Luscious
Best porter: Shed Nosedive (though Hodad is excellent)
Best hop-specific IPA: Hill Farmstead Double Galaxy

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Posted by Adam White on 12/29/2014 at 1:14 PM

Re: “2014: a Banner Year for #VTBeer

http://www.ironheartcanning.com/our-partners/

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Posted by Bobby McGonagle on 12/29/2014 at 11:34 AM

Re: “2014: a Banner Year for #VTBeer

"Larger breweries with space for their own lines — such as Long Trail and Otter Creek — continued to can more brews than in past years." Both Long Trail & Otter Creek use a mobile canning company - "Iron Heart"... They do not have their own canning lines.

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Posted by Bobby McGonagle on 12/29/2014 at 11:26 AM

Re: “Prohibition Pig Brewery and Tasting Room Opens

Always have a good experience there. When daughter and pun-in-law (yes) are here from Portland OR, this is a must-go, preferred over all the restos in the BTV area.

Posted by VTCDeF on 12/23/2014 at 6:06 PM

Re: “Prohibition Pig Brewery and Tasting Room Opens

Chad you saved that building and brought will create something amazing I am sure. Thank you

Posted by Jesse Wing on 12/23/2014 at 5:09 PM

Re: “Holiday Sweets: Five Pastry Chefs Dish on Dessert Traditions

My southern family adores pound cake for any occasion. My Christmas version is all about the egg nog. Egg nog poundcake!

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Posted by TallGirl on 12/23/2014 at 3:19 PM

Re: “Prohibition Pig Brewery and Tasting Room Opens

Yeah, I'll be sure to miss this one. On my last visit, I tried their house brewed beer and it was not very good. Then I got food poisoning from the mediocre barbecue. This was the third lackluster experience I'd had at Pro Pig and is assuredly going to be the last one. Isn't there something GOOD to promote instead?

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Posted by no on 12/23/2014 at 12:00 PM

Re: “Prohibition Pig Brewery and Tasting Room Opens

The family & I took a trip up to Waterbury over Thanksgiving weekend, made a point to stop at Prohibition Pig for Dinner. The food was incredible, great beer, friendly service and a really nice place overall. Will definitely be going back, often. Good luck with the expansion.

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Posted by FreedomToThink on 12/22/2014 at 10:09 PM

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