Monday, March 28, 2011
Local Food: Is there a better way to end your meal than a chocolatey, luscious and smooth pot de crème, a French version of pudding that we prepare and serve in a little glass "pot?" This disarmingly simple dessert is made with few ingredients- Steven uses just the finest fair trade chocolate, Butterworks Farm cream, and eggs from Applecheek Farm. Because of its simplicity and the proportion of eggs, the pudding sets loosely, and so it is traditionally served in a small pot, which gives the dessert its name, "pot of cream" in English. Baked to perfection for that layer of comforting skin on top, Steven adds a dollop of whipped cream and a bit of chocolate cookie for some crunch.
Around the Galaxy: With April approaching, get ready for the Galaxy event season to begin. Mark your calendars for April 19th when we welcome Baron Wormser in celebration of his new book Impenitent Notes. We have many great events already booked, and more are in the works. Stay up to date on www.galaxybookshop.com.
Music Notes: Hometown favorites The Butterbeans are back! Come down Thursday, March 31 at 7:30 for some mud season merry making.
Local Events: A Benefit Concert for Heartbeet Lifesharing will be held Friday, April 1 at 7:30 at UVM Davis Center in Burlington. The UVM Hit Paws Co-Ed A Cappella group will perform along with other groups from Boston. For more information or tickets, contact Heartbeet at 802-472-3285 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reminders: We are open daily after 2:30 for coffee, bar service, and baked goods, and free WiFi, with dinner reservations available from 5-9, Sundays from 5-8. We serve our special Blunch menu Sundays from 11-2. Claire's is closed every Wednesday. We appreciate it when you use cash or a check- credit card companies charge us a fee that really adds up.
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Posted by New Vermont Cooking at 5:00 PM