Monday, July 20, 2009

Local Food: Steven brings the summer flavors of southern France to the produce from our region with a fragrant Chicken Bouillabaisse, based on the classic Mediterranean fish stew, rich with fennel and tomatoes, and in our version, garlic scapes and scallions. The stew has a distinctive golden color that comes from saffron.


And have some strawberries while they last!

Local Beverages: Summer Sunday and Monday bar specials, and every day coffee and bar service after 2:30. And the Red Sox games live from NESN.

Around the Galaxy: The Buffalo Mountain Food Co-op and The Galaxy Bookshop welcome Ron Krupp for a discussion of his new book on Tuesday, July 21 at 7 p.m. Ron Krupp, known for The Woodchuck's Guide to Gardening is now the author of Lifting the Yoke: Local Solutions to America's Farm and Food Crisis. Krupp has a long history of involvement with Vermont's local farm and food issues, beginning with founding one of the first farmer's markets in the early 70s in Brattleboro.

In other book news, New York Times reporter and author Marian Burros comes to the Lakeview Inn this Wednesday for a tasting menu and talk entitled “The New White House Kitchen Garden and Michelle Obama.” Advance purchase tickets for the event are $60 each, and the Galaxy Bookshop will be on hand with signed copies of Marian’s book for sale at an additional price. Contact: jmflakeview@gmail.com or cwdlakeview@gmail.com

Thursday Music: This week, we welcome Affirmative Jackson, an emerging band from across the Connecticut River. The Keene Equinox describes the band as a “real music experience” that encapsulates “the whole life and soul of an area.” Come by after 8:00 pm to hear what Keene music is all about. You can sample their tunes at www.reverbnation.com/affirmativejackson.

The Craftsbury Chamber Players continue their Thursday night performance series at the Hardwick Town House. They are also hosting free children’s concerts at 2:00 pm on July 23 & 30 at the Town House, August 6 at the East Craftsbury Presbyterian Church, and at the Greensboro Fellowship Hall on August 13 and 20. Their complete schedule is available http://www.craftsburychamberplayers.org/.

Summer Music in Greensboro launched their Tuesday night series at the United Church of Christ, a short 10 minute drive from Claire’s. Their complete schedule is available at http://www.summermusicfromgreensboro.org/.

Also a short drive from Main Street in Hardwick, Unadilla Theatre in East Calais is performing 6 plays in repertory until August 20. Curtain time is 7:30 and for more information, visit http://www.unadilla.org/.

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