Monday, July 11, 2011
Local Food: This month, we get to enjoy the first crop of beets from Pete's, roasted to bring out their crisp, earthy and supple sweetness. Steven uses Chiogga beets, also known as candy stripe, as well as golden and red beets to emphasize the variety of color, texture, and flavor. Utilizing the entire plant, he adds the deep greens of the beets for crunch and to balance the moist roasted roots. Light and tangy goat cheese from Vermont Butter and Cheese Creamery makes for a creamy touch, and spiced pecans are added for crunch. Steven tops the salad with a dill horseradish vinaigrette, made with dill from Riverside Farm and horseradish from Rabbi's Roots.
Our New Hours!
Now Open for Dinner 7 Days
Open at 2:30
Free WiFi with coffee and bar service
Dinner seatings available 5-9, 5-8 Sundays
Blunch every Sunday from 11-2
Coming up at Cocktail Class: Duncan Holaday of Dunc's Mill will join us for our next cocktail class on Saturday, July 23 from 4-5. Learn about the new Vermont made rums and cocktails you can make with them. Admission is free, and you can enjoy a flight of the rums and a cocktail special.
Around the Galaxy: Anne Stuart, Greensboro's bestselling master of romance, puts the sizzle in summer starting at 7 on Tuesday, July 12. Anne Stuart will read from her newest installment in The House of Rohan series and lead a discussion about entering the world of ebooks. Anne Stuart will also introduce a newcomer to the world of romance, Kristina Douglas, who has just penned the first in a series, The Fallen: Raziel. The event is free and open to all.
Local Music: Art Edelstein and Mike Fullerton are the Borealis Guitar Duo, joining us Thursday, July 14 at 7:30. They play music from the Celtic Lands with forays into American, Scandinavian and Klezmer music.
Local Art: The art opening for Hardwick artist Ken Leslie is Monday, July 18 from 4-6. Stop by to greet Ken, admire his art and enjoy some drink specials.
Local Events: The Craftsbury Chamber Players 2011 season kicks off in Hardwick on Thursday, July 14 at 7:30. You can enjoy their performances in Burlington every Wednesday through August 17, and in Hardwick every Thursday through August 18.
Reminders: 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 8:00 PM