Margarine arrived on American tables in the 1870’s. Natural butter had been a well-established tradition for centuries; and it was a chief ingredient in the economic success of farmers. It was also more expensive than margarine, meaning that the “make-believe” spread soon became a favorite staple in most households. Word soon spread among farmers (pardon… Continue reading A Few Colorful Food Laws
In This Edition Of Our Somewhat Weekly Magazine: Time Capsule: Food Trends of The 70's The Varnum’s Food Fare Over a Century of S'Mores Our Favorite Quote Of The Week ~ "If you smile when no one else is around, you really mean it." - Andy Rooney. Time Capsule: Food Trends of The 70's... Brunch is… Continue reading The Monday Mag – August 8, 2016
The votes are in. It is with much gratitude that we learned we had been selected in not one, but two categories in the Seven Days's yearly Best Of Vermont Awards. BEST BREAKFAST/BRUNCH - We share the honor with Penny Cluse Café, of Burlington. BEST EGGS BENEDICT - This honor we share with Sneakers Bistro,… Continue reading You Voted. We Won 2 Seven Daysies Awards!