Resorts & Towns

Stowe Succulent: Food & Wine Classic

Last evening, I had the palatable pleasure to attend the 15th Annual Stowe Food and Wine Classic on the grounds of the Trapp Family Lodge. The setting was glorious atop the hills of Stowe, Vermont, and I was “Stowe”-ked to be in attendance!

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My Very Own ChowderFest

Missing the Boston ChowderFest by just a few weeks, I set-out on a self-tailored ChowderFest of my own. 7 New England clam chowders in 6 days … 

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Feasting at Feast! Vail

Happy to be back out-of-doors in the culinary food scene! Last Friday (May 24th), we enjoyed the 1st time Vail has hosted Feast! Vail.  (Carrie Fell, featured artist created the gorgeous promotional artwork.)  I will not succumb to calling it the 1st Annual, as nothing becomes “annual” until it is repeated.

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Great Gourmet Getaway

"All alliterations aside," my Tahoe weekend was a frenzy for food fanatics!  We arrived at the Hyatt Lake Tahoe on Thursday evening, much to our surprise, to a couple of bottles of sparkling and still water, a platter of Point Reyes cheese, figs, dried pears, vanilla cashews and lavosh, and an iced bucket of champagne on our private deck.

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Whiskey-World Welcomed Me

A slight variation on the more common wine and cheese pairing events … last evening, I was invited to a Scotch and Chocolate pairing event for members of the Ritz Carlton Club in Bachelor Gulch.

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Ski Town USA

Fluttering into town on a flurry of snowflakes, I was thus welcomed to Steamboat Springs ... aka, Ski Town USA!  I meandered along Lincoln Avenue picking up issues of Steamboat Today, in which Ski Town Soups was featured.  I also stopped into Elevated Olive of Steamboat, and met co-owners Carol and June.

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February 25, 2013


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Canyons Ski Adventure

After a bustling Soup Crawl along Park City's Main Street on Tuesday, February 19, my family anticipated a glorious excursion to Canyons Resort.  A much-deserved family ski day was in-store!  Early risers as we all are, we were nearly the first on the Red Pine Gondola to mid-mountain at 9am.  We traversed the mountain - riding lifts made for my 4-person family and skiing blue-square runs (again, seemingly made for my 4-person family).  The morning consisted of gallivanting on runs with names like "Silver Spur", "Another World", and "Lower Crowning Glory".

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