Free Cone Day tomorrow!
Posts from Previous cone days here.
The obvious solution is to combine a Bruegger’s bagel (wheat pictured) with an egg / bacon / cheese from Boo~Kies (shown with optional hashbrown), with Sriracha (AKA Rooster) sauce.
This is a winning formula… all for around $3.50 (plus a bottle of Sriracha, $3.99 @ City Market).
Unfortunately this post is a little tardy, Boo~Kies’s cart appears to be done for the season, hit him up next spring.
1) Excellent chicken wraps
2) part of a weird internal mall.
It’s located ironically at the top block of Church Street in Burlington Vermont.
This was a special of the day: spiced chicken, black beans, caramelized onions, roasted red peppers, corn, cheddar, all on a toasted/grilled wrap. $7.43 with tax and it’s yours.
I didn’t take any pictures of the internal mall, but the “Shoppe” and seating area opened up to a basement and second level containing various “shops”, very interesting.
If you’re picking up some chocolate for your sweetie, I would suggest Lake Champlain Chocolates. They have a Church Street location as well as there factory / store on Pine Street in Burlington Vermont.
They make the chocolates (I recommend the truffles) right at the Pine Street location. There are tours available if your lover is a chocoholic or foodie.
It looks like the old Klingers bakery shop, has a new tenant “Cheese’ n Crust SouperstaR”. I love the copper patina facade, and I’m curious what their take on grilled cheese is. It seems like the winter is a good time to open a soup and grilled cheese shop.
Did anyone happen to notice the name appears to be a play on words?
Jesus Christ Superstar
Chees’ n Crust SouperstarR
Cheesy, yet titularly funny at the same time.
Lotsa Fizz are hard some-what sour candy. After few moments the melting of candy will release some of the fizz powder, crushing the candy in your teeth releases a satifiying burst of fizz. I wish these were more sour and had more fizz but eating two at once solves these concerns. These candies were $.50 for a strip of 5; keep them in mind for next halloween.