So we all know how rowdy and rough rolling bridal parties can be in the Valley, but this sweet tasting room's manager is letting things get sooo far out of hand; male employees better watch out or they'll loose the shirt right off their back.
How can this particular tasting room in the scenic hamlet Low and behOld allow these keys in the hands of a rather rowdy group? Well a handshake can slick more than the road.
Vermont Cheeses Please
Vermont makes some of the best cheese in the USA and chocolate but that's for another post (see that hook, oh yeah). Cheese, for me, is one of the top things making life worthwhile and happy. There are stinky goat-hoof cheeses, soft spreads to be paired with grapes and hardy, dry sandwich making cheeses even the rug-rats will love.
Vermont also offers a wonderful selection of small batch, real-people made cheeses and experiences. In my travels I have found one of the absolute key ingredients to a meal well lived is the connection; the stories and people related to our food. It does not mean we have to spend a fortune on fancy-pants food we do not really need but it does offer us the chance to be connected and take more enjoyment and fun in the food we do eat.
A cheese road trip through Vermont is really great fun. I RV-ed around the state but it is just as fun to drive and camp along the road of cheese.
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