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Thing is, just now, I remember I ate at a place in Montgomery (near Richford) last summer. I think it's called the Snowshoe, something like that.

We did a television commercial up there cause I wrote one that needed a covered bridge and Montgomery is known as the town with the most covered bridges in Vermont. After we were done shooting, we stopped to eat at the Snowshoe (from the outside it looked rough). Well, Mister Bubby Jones, not only was the waitress cute and smalltownishly flirtable, but the danged turkey club I ordered was the best turkey club I've ever had. No joke.

Real turkey is one of the keys to a great turkey club; they used real turkey. The tomato was just picked and the cheese and bread were fresh as a line-dried towel. I really don't know why it was so good. I just know it was.

I was stunned cause I judge a book and caf by their covers. By it's cover, the Snowshoe looked like it serves it's soup in tin. So maybe I'll stop at the Snowshoe on my way home instead of waiting until I get to Morrisville. It all depends on how I feel.

I've been to the Snowshoe just that one time but I've been to the Bee's Knee's a hundred times at least. My best for sure choice would be to wait to eat at the Bee's Knee's since they're more a proven homerun for me. You want to have options when looking forward to something.

I'm into Castleton Crackers made in Castleton, Vt. The package promotes them as all-natural, no preservative Vermont artisan cracker. They are unique and tasty and worth every penny. They come in a handful of flavors: Wyndam Wheat, Middlebury Maple, Rutland Rye, and two more new flavors: a pumpkin one that has cranberries, and another that I tried and loved, but I don't remember the name or what the spices that are in it.

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