The building that once held an iconic malt shop at 57 Depot Street in downtown Stowe was demolished on Monday.
The building next to the Annello family home on Park Street has an old-timey vibe reminiscent of classic Vermont. But, what was once a farmhouse is now the Acorn Italian Ice shop, and the whole family plays a part.
Jonathan Mogor, an entrepreneur and woodworker, owns the property at 74 Portland St. in Morrisville, along with his wife, Carol. They hope to open a new venture there, Soulmate Brewing Co.
Meals on Wheels has partnered with N.A. Manosh and will relocate this fall to its location at 21 Munson Ave. in Morrisville. Among the advantages: plenty of parking, easy access to the building, and daily dining available.
Morrisville Rotary worked with the Charlmont Restaurant to donate 25 dinners to Copley Hospital health care workers, starting with the emergency department and radiology, then with the rest of the evening staff. By all reports, the food was wonderful.
How’s this for timing: Stowe Asian Cuisine opened three days after the governor ordered restaurants to close their doors to the public to help curb the spreading coronavirus.
If you were coming home to the quiet Northeast Kingdom town of Craftsbury after a few years away, you could drive past the rambling, stately farmhouse at 1037 South Craftsbury Road — a notable local home and former bed and breakfast — and not notice how the old place has changed.
A huge crowd turned out Saturday at the Camp Meade complex in Middlesex for an effort to set a world record for the largest s’more. A large propane torch supplanted the normal campfire; pounds of chocolate, graham crackers and marshmallow somehow came together.
Jennie Iverson, author of a new travel cookbook with brunch recipes from more than 140 ski-resort towns — including Stowe — will sign copies of “Ski Town Brunch” on Sunday, Dec. 15, between 2 and 5 p.m. at Stowe Kitchen Bath & Linens on Mountain Road.
Thanksgiving is a holiday of tradition. Family and friends come together and gather around the same staples every year: mashed potatoes, stuffing, a medley of veggies and, of course, the turkey.
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(Family Features) The days are getting longer and hotter and you’re itching to head outside to kick off grilling season. After a few weeks of eating the same boring burgers and hot dogs, you’re looking for something a little more exciting (and so are your guests). These recipes can help take…