Review of Aunt Dee's

Aunt Dee’s Cafe and Ice Cream Shoppe received 3½ stars from the Eat & Run review in today’s Press Herald.

The pot roast was tender; the potatoes thick and creamy. The star of the meal, however, was the buttercup squash from the owners’ garden. It was served on the side in a small bowl and was simple and delicious, with a little melted butter swimming on top.

Review of Aunt Dee’s

Aunt Dee’s Cafe and Ice Cream Shoppe received 3½ stars from the Eat & Run review in today’s Press Herald.

The pot roast was tender; the potatoes thick and creamy. The star of the meal, however, was the buttercup squash from the owners’ garden. It was served on the side in a small bowl and was simple and delicious, with a little melted butter swimming on top.

Food Rules & Vegetarian Cuisine

The Sun has published a few food rules assembled by columnist Natalie Ladd and her “Pumpkinhead Council”.

1) When is it too late? If a restaurant serves until 9:30 p.m., the people who walk in the door at nine twenty-seven should get the same quality service, food, and atmosphere as the folks who walked in at seven-thirty. Guess what? Pretty theory, but it simply isn’t happening.

and fellow food columnist Margo Mallar writes about the intersection of vegetarianism and next week’s Fall Restaurant Week.

Food Rules & Vegetarian Cuisine

The Sun has published a few food rules assembled by columnist Natalie Ladd and her “Pumpkinhead Council”.

1) When is it too late? If a restaurant serves until 9:30 p.m., the people who walk in the door at nine twenty-seven should get the same quality service, food, and atmosphere as the folks who walked in at seven-thirty. Guess what? Pretty theory, but it simply isn’t happening.

and fellow food columnist Margo Mallar writes about the intersection of vegetarianism and next week’s Fall Restaurant Week.