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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22 SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2
Happy THanksgiving! Be a Santa to a Senior 40th Army Band
Thanksgiving fun fact: Male turkeys A program that collects, wraps Performance. “Vermont’s Own” 40th
gobble. Hens do not. They make a and delivers gifts to needy Army Band Concert Band will perform
clucking noise. a free concert on Dec. 2 at 2 p.m. at the
seniors in Chittenden, Grand Isle, Spruce Peak Performing Arts Center, 122
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23 Franklin, Addison and Lamoille Hourglass Drive in Stowe. The program,
Theater production. “The Butler Did counties. Look for Christmas “Vermont Holiday Treasures” will
It is a lightheaded, lighthearted and funny Trees at Kinney Drugs and CVAA feature holiday favorites. Contact: 338-
diversion of fun and mayhem. Through and donate this holiday season! 3480, or visit www.vtguard.com/band.
Nov. 18. Also Nov. 23-24. Presented Reception. Vermont High School
by the Shelburne Players. Tickets: $15 Delivery dates are Dec. 17-19. Student Photography. A juried
adults, $10 students/seniors. Shelburne Visit: www.beasantatoasenior.com photography exhibit with the help of
Town Center stage, 5420 Shelburne Mount Mansfield Union High School
Road, Shelburne, 7:30 p.m. Contact: 985- Arts teacher Dodi Gomez. Juror Jordan
0780 or www.shelburneplayers.com. in a bustling indoor marketplace with live Douglas, adjunct professor of Fine Arts at
music, lunch seating and face painting. St. Michael’s College, choose 33 images
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24 Saturday, Dec. 1 and 15, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. from Vermont High School students.
Women’s Festival of Crafts. Browse at Memorial Auditorium in Burlington. Darkroom Gallery, 12 Main Street, Essex
over 60 craftswomen’s booths for Free. Contact: (802) 310-5172. Junction, 2-5 p.m.
handmade jewelry, artwork, pottery, Champlain Islands Winter Farmers Reception. Meet the artist, Kelly
food, herbal products and more. Free and Market. Baked items, preserves, meats Schulze — a Certified Professional
open to the public. Also Nov. 25. City and eggs sustain shoppers in search Photographer who specializes in studio
Hall, 149 Church Street, Burlington, 10 of local goods. Saturday, Dec. 1 and and environmental animal portraiture.
a.m.-6 p.m. 15, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. at South Hero Free and open to the public. Exhibit
Christmas craft fair. Bake sale and Congregational Church in South Hero. runs through mid-Jan. The Gallery at
crafters. Food available for purchase. Free. Contact: (802) 372-3291. Phoenix Books Essex, Essex Shoppes
Grace United Methodist Church, 130 Winooski Scholarship Train Show. and Cinemas, Essex, 4-6 p.m. Contact:
Maple Street, Essex Junction, 9 a.m.-3 Features operating layouts in a variety 872-7111. venues. City-wide, Burlington, 5-8
p.m. Contact: 878-8071. of gauges including Lego trains, books, p.m. Contact: 802-264-4839 or info@
Holiday craft fair. Hosted by videos, railroadiana, toy train dealers, a WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5 artmapburlington.com.
Ascension Church. Georgia Elementary food concession and displays. Benefits Open Knit and Crochet. Stitch and
and Middle School, Georgia, 9 a.m.-3 the Winooski Dollars for Scholars tell: Fiber fans work on current projects SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8
p.m. Contact: 524-2607. program. Admission: $5 adults, $1 ages in good company. Dec. 5 and 19 from Gingerbread House Building. Create
6-12. Winooski Educational Center, 4:30–6:30 p.m. at Kaleidoscope Yarns something special for the holidays with
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25 Main Street, just south of exit 16 on I-89, in Essex Junction. Free. Contact: (802) instructor Gladys Gusha of Piece of
Holiday Art Market. Through 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 288-9200. Cake Bakery located in Essex Junction.
Nov. 26. Discover unique arts, crafts Samplings of Vermont’s Best. Essex Junction Tree Lighting and A great family event for the holidays.
and gift items from some of the area’s Artisans and food producers demonstrate Train Hop. On Dec. 5, from 6-8 p.m. the Maple Street Recreation Center 10 a.m.-
best professional artists. Pottery, glass, their craft and offer tastings on a weekly Village of Essex Junction will host the 12 p.m. Cost: $41 residents / $46 non-
clothing, photographs, paintings, are just basis. Their wares are for sale seven annual Tree Lighting and Train Hop. residents. Contact: (802) 878-1375.
a few of the many products available. days a week. Saturday, Dec. 1, 8 and 15 Santa will be in the Teen Center and will Old North End Art Market.
Free. Firehouse Center for the Visual from 11 a.m.–4 p.m. at Vermont Artisans light the Village tree at 7 p.m. Craftspeople display and sell their
Arts, 135 Church Street, Burlington. Craft Gallery, Burlington Town Center Essex Rotary Meeting. Senior endlessly creative works. Saturday, Dec.
Contact: 802-865-7165 or bca@ in Burlington. Free. Contact: (802) 863- Holiday Luncheon at CVE. Every 8 from 10 a.m.–3 p.m. at North End
ci.burlington.vt.us 4600. Wednesday. Serving the communities Studios in Burlington. Free. Contact:
Holiday bazaar. Baked goods, food of Essex, Essex Junction, Jericho and (802) 238-7994
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27 vendors, books, toys, household goods, Underhill. Champlain Valley Expo, 24th Annual Sancta Lucia Festival.
Film and Fantasia. Alison Cerutti, silent auction and more. First Unitarian Essex Junction, 12:10 p.m. A Swedish celebration of light and the
piano and Elizabeth Reid, viola present Universalist Society, 152 Pearl Street, EHS Academies Information Night. coming of Christ. Event highlights include
music of Shostakovich, Beethoven, Burlington, 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. Essex High School’s (EHS) Academy of the Sancta Lucia Pageant with Swedish
Hummel and Vermont composer Dennis “Cowboy Christmas.” A puppet Visual and Performing Arts (AVPA) and music and dance followed by a traditional
Bathory-Kitsz. Performance from 12 to musical. Free. Living Hope Christian the Science Technology, Engineering light Swedish meal of fruit soup, Swedish
1 p.m. at St. Paul’s Cathedral, 2 Cherry Church, 1037 South Brownell Road, and Mathematics Academy (STEM) are meatballs and gravy, cheese, Swedish
Street in Burlington. Admission is free. Williston, 2 p.m. Contact: 862-2108 for sponsoring a two-part evening to provide breads and beverages. To be held in the
Bring a bag lunch. Coffee and tea are tickets. information to current students and get Covenant Community Church in Jericho
provided. Free parking. Contact: 864- Historical presentation. Singer community input about the Academies in at 4 and 6:30 p.m. Admission is $10 for
0471. and researcher Linda Radtke joined by the EHS auditorium beginning at 6 p.m. adults and $5 for children 3-10 years of
pianist Athus Zorn bring Vt. history to age. Contact: (802) 223-5449.
NOVEMBER 30 life with engaging commentary about FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7
Reception. Architect John Anderson the songs found in the VT Historical Essex Community Historical Society THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13
talks about his series, “Drawings as 3D Tree Lighting. Join in at 6:30 p.m. at Women’s Craft Group. Inventive
Objects,” Free. Cash bar. BCA Center, Society’s collection of sheer music. Essex Common. Refreshments provided females work on artful projects from
First Floor, Main Street, Burlington, 5-8 Dressed in period costume, Ms. Radtke by the Girl Scouts, and the Founders’ 7–9 p.m. on Thursdays (Dec. 13 and 27)
p.m. takes listeners through state history, using School Chorus. at Essex Alliance Church in Essex. Free.
the songs Vermonters published in their First Friday Art Walk. Over 40 Contact: (802) 238-2291.
DECEMBER 1 communities. Vermont National Country galleries and art venues stay open late to
Burlington Winter Farmers Market. Club Dorset Street, South Burlington, welcome walkers and share our the art FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14
Farmers, artisans and producers offer 1:30-3 p.m. Contact: 802-862-1994 or scene. Check out www.artmapburlington. South End Holiday sHOP. More
fresh and prepared foods, crafts and more nonnifisk@comcast. com to see a list of participating than 30 South End businesses, galleries
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Warming the winter with food and fun
Winter Sustainability Series kicks off third year in Essex Junction
By ElsiE lynn All of the events will be held at the Essex The series will partner with the Essex
The Essex Reporter/Colchester Sun Junction Senior Center, except for the Square Junction Recreation and Parks department this
Foot Gardening Class in May; a location for that year to offer community members a four-week
The Winter Sustainability Series will kick event will be announced at a later date. afterschool cooking class at Albert D. Lawton
off its third year on Dec. 1 with the program, “Community members can get involved by Intermediate School. More information will be
“Discover the World of Flavored Salts” from 3-4 attending events,” said Bridget Meyer Winter on the EJRP website in the near future.
p.m. at the Essex Junction Senior Center. Sustainability Series creator and coordinator. “These classes are fun, educational and a
“The Winter Sustainability Series (WSS) was “All the events are free and open to the public.” great way to spend a few hours with your friends
created on the tails of the Five Corners Farmers’ “This winter (the series) is all about making and neighbors,” said Houghton. “We hope to see
Market as a way to continue highlighting the your own food,” said Houghton. “Experts will you there!”
work of farmers and food experts while also provide hands-on training in flavored salts, Volunteers for both the Winter Sustainability
offering opportunities for community dialogue cheese and growing your own indoor winter Series and the summer Farmers’ Market
through the winter months,” explained Village garden. The food growing classes were a huge are always needed. If interested, contact:
Trustee and farmers’ market committee member success last year and we wanted to more this email@example.com.
Lori Houghton. year.”
Five Corners Farmers’ Market
Winter Sustainability Series
Discover the World of Flavored Growing Your Own Indoor Salad Greens in the
Saturday, December 1 from 3-4 PM Saturday, February 16, 3;30-4:30 pm
Essex Junction Senior Center Essex Junction Senior Center
We’re all about decreasing reliance on Peter Burke teaches his innovative indoor gardening method,
processed or store-bought food as much as growing a steady supply of fresh greens – from tender pea shoots to
possible and some things are easily made at crunchy radish and broccoli greens. Grown in potting soil, these greens
home. Discover the world of flavored salts, are more substantial than sprouts. They’re great in fresh salads, stir fries,
Tuscan Herb, Roasted Garlic, Celery Salt, Lemon and more! Peter will demonstrate how to grow the bulk of our salad
Thyme, Spicy Habanero, Shitake Mushroom, greens through the winter with sunflower, radish, buckwheat, pea and
Meyer Lemon, Kaffir Lime & Lemongrass, and broccoli shoots. Everyone will take home a planted tray that will be
more! ready to harvest in 7 to 10 days. Peter Burke writes and teaches about
Join Bridget Meyer and Chef Courtney organic gardening at thedailygardener.com.
Contos and learn how to make pungent spice blends that are heavenly
and elevate cooking to another level. It’s a totally fun and easy project Square Foot Gardening
for the kitchen crafter with just a few minutes to spare. Flavored salts are Saturday, May 11
so versatile, they spruce up just about anything, and they have the power Location and time - TBA
to completely transform a recipe. The perfect addition to your kitchen Square Foot Gardening is a great way for beginning gardeners to
pantry and a great gift for any occasion! get started growing some of their own vegetables, but even experienced
gardeners will appreciate the simplicity of square foot gardening.
According to Mel Bartholomew, who initially developed the
concept of square foot gardening, his technique takes all the hard work
out of gardening. With a square foot garden, there is no heavy digging,
Make Mozzarella Cheese in your kitchen! watering, weeding, or thinning required yet the result is a productive,
Saturday, January 19 from 3-4 PM
well-kept, colorful garden that looks more like a landscaped area than a
Essex Junction Senior Center
typical single-row garden. Square foot gardens are easily scalable so that
Please join Lindsay Harris of Family Cow Farmstand in Hinesburg,
a new gardener could start with one bed the first year and easily add new
www.familycowfarmstand.com, to learn how to make mozzarella cheese
beds in future years.
from scratch. You will be amazed at how easy it is to make this delicious,
Peter Burke will be leading the workshop. Peter has been using
fresh cheese right in your own kitchen in just a few minutes. We will be
square foot gardening for many years and produces an abundance of
working with fresh milk from Lindsay’s farm in Hinesburg where cows
food that feeds his family throughout the summer. Peter will describe
are cared fro organically and are completely grass fed.
and demonstrate the process he uses for planning, designing, prepping
and planting his square foot gardens.
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687 Harbor Road • Shelburne, VT
cont. Come shop and share the joys of the season
with those in need. Enjoy homemade sweets
and studios encourage local holiday while you browse and bid on wreaths,
shopping with sales, demonstrations
and live music in the 5th annual centerpieces, and gift baskets created by our
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the Winooski Coalition for a Safe Open Wednesday through Saturday,
and Peaceful Community., O’Brien 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to
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Champlain Valley Fairgrounds at 12 and twist striped season al sweets
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Local remembrance on World AIDS Day
Essex fundraiser supports to double that this year,” he said. Dockstader
operated in Williston for seven months before
moving to the Essex location in April of this “This event is in
Vermont CARES year.
The event on Dec. 1 will conclude with a
By ElsiE lynn day on Dec. 1. A Cut-A-Thon will kick off meet-and-greet, silent auction, announcements remembrance of
The Essex Reporter/Colchester Sun the event at 9 a.m. There will also be red hair and refreshments from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
extensions available for $10 each all day, a “What I’m trying to do is show our
Georgia resident Robert Dockstader is one silent auction, as well as refreshments. The community that Vermont CARES is here,” said my brother Ronnie
of many area residents who will contribute Portraits Project — an exhibit from Vermont Dockstader. “They are a great organization;
to World AIDS Day on Dec. 1, a day when
people all over the world reflect on those who
CARES that includes a photo portrait and
written description of individuals infected
they offer free HIV/AIDS testing and tons Dockstader, who
of other support. Really, it’s important to get
have or have had HIV/AIDS and work to raise with HIV/AIDS— will also be on display all to know your community, and I’m looking
awareness about the disease. day. forward to meeting new faces at this year’s died in 1995 from
Dockstader, owner of Scherdiva Salon “The exhibit is pretty powerful,” said event.”
in Essex, will contribute to the effort with a Dockstader. The exhibit is described by
benefit event for Vermont CARES. Vermont CARES as a way of putting faces to
For more information contact Scherdiva
Salon at Scherdiva@gmail.com or call 876-
AIDS ... Ronnie was
“This event is in remembrance of my a virus that still carries stigma in Vermont. 7849.
brother Ronnie Dockstader, who died in 1995
from AIDS,” Dockstader explained. “My
All profits from this event will be donated
to Vermont Cares.
an outgoing and
brother and I grew up in California, but he “Vermont CARES works for and with
is nine years older than I am and was out of Vermonters affected by HIV/AIDS to promote wonderful person
the house for most of my childhood. Ronnie wellbeing through a continuum of prevention,
was diagnosed with HIV/AIDS in 1992, but support and advocacy services,” reads the
it was caught very late and he passed only a organization’s mission statement. Vermont who died too
few years later. CARES has offices located throughout
“Ronnie was an outgoing and wonderful
person who died too young — he was 29 years
Vermont in Burlington, Montpelier, St. young.”
Johnsbury and Rutland.
old,” Dockstader added. Dockstader held a fundraising event last — Robert Dockstader
The event to honor Dockstader’s brother year when his salon was located in Williston.
Ronnie will be held at the Essex salon all “We raised $600 last year, and I’m looking
With the holidays just around the corner, HIDE CLUTTER: sure you sit down and survey the room. You’ll family can make a mess before guests arrive.
we all want our homes to look good for parties, Marie calls it the “Hail Mary’’ pass of see things from a different vantage point. Like Giving the toilet bowl a scrub, wipe down
drop-in visitors and relatives. housecleaning: Cover up the mess when you those dust bunnies in the corner!’’ the seat and rim, shut the shower door or
Fortunately, most visitors don’t check the can’t get rid of it! She also advises taking a look as you curtains, wipe down the sink and countertops.
broiler for grime or under the radiators for dust. The Maids, a national cleaning franchise, walk in the door. What will your guests see as Other quick fixes with a big payoff: Wipe
Here’s some advice on cleaning high- advises simply piling your miscellaneous they stand there waiting for the door to open? mirrors with a spray glass cleaner, break out a
profile spaces in a hurry for maximum visual countertop clutter in a laundry basket and Broken umbrella? Garden clogs? Spider webs? new bottle of liquid soap, stockpile the extra
and psychological impact. sticking it in the closet. No time to do the dishes Junk mail? Deal with it. toilet paper in an obvious place and empty the
before company arrives? The Maids’ solution is Think about the big picture. What large trash. Clear away icky towels (maybe even put
PRIORITIZE: to stack them on a cookie sheet for temporary pieces of furniture will people notice as they away the throw rug) and put out clean hand
“Concentrate on the public areas: the living- storage in the oven (cold, of course). enter a room? Plumping sofa pillows and towels.
family room, dining room and bathrooms. Another tip: Shut the doors to rooms and making beds will have a bigger impact on OUTERWEAR:
Prioritize what has to be done—replenishing closets your guests need not see. your home’s appearance than wiping down the Give a thought to where your guests will
toilet paper in the bathroom — versus what refrigerator shelves. unload coats, boots, umbrellas and bags. Is
would be nice to do — dusting the picture LOOK AROUND: your hallway closet big enough? Can you set
frames,’’ said Deanne Marie, creator of “Smart Cheryl Najafi of CherylStyle.com, a home BATHROOM: up a foldable coat rack or do you have a set
Solutions for Busy People’’ books and blog. entertaining expert, recommends trying to see If there’s one room where bad of hooks on the wall? Most people don’t mind
Marie suggests taking a timer with you from your house the way your guests will, to make housekeeping can really gross your guests out, leaving jackets on a bed; just make sure the bed
room to room and set it for 15 minutes in each sure you haven’t overlooked anything. it’s the bathroom. Fortunately, the must-dos are is made and the room is easy to find for folks
room as a way of forcing yourself to focus on Take the “sit test,” Najafi says: “If you’re relatively easy to accomplish, and may even who may not be familiar with your home.
the necessities. hosting a party in the formal living room, make be best left to last-minute so nobody in your — Associated Press
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Hop into holiday TRAIN HOP
BY ELSIE LYNN Last year the Brownell Library counted 2,260 visitors TREE LIGHTING
The Essex Reporter/ during the Train Hop. “This year promises to be bigger
Colchester Sun and more fun,” said Brownell Library Director Penny
What: Train Hop and Village
Pillsbury. Tree Lighting
Plans are being finalized Now in its fourth year, the Train Hop is excited to
for the fourth annual welcome four new businesses: The Hungry Dutchman,
Train Hop and Village Tony’s Tack Shop, Amtrak and Dominos. Veteran Where: Village Center
Tree Lighting businesses on the Train Hop this year are TD Bank,
from 6-8 p.m. on Maplehurst Florist, Murray’s Tavern, Brownell Library,
Wednesday, Dec. Darkroom Gallery and the Roaming Railroad. When: Wednesday, Dec. 5
from 6-8 p.m.
5. The Brownell The Roaming Railroad — a trackless train — will be
Library and nine available for children to ride around Lincoln
other businesses Hall parking lot. Santa will
Village of E
around town will be on location at the Teen
participate by hosting Center, and will come
Tree Light ssex Junction
trains, refreshments, out at 7 p.m. to light the
tickets and two conductors. tree on the green of the
The volunteer conductors Village offices, while ing & Train
will be on hand to punch
tickets at each stop.
the ADL chorus sings.
Raffle prizewinners will
Participants will collect be announced at the Where: Vil
Date: Wed lage Cente
nesday, D r
punches on their tickets to enter Essex Teen Center at Time: 6:00 ecember
– 8:00 pm 5
a raffle drawing. Prizes this year 8:10 p.m.
include a pair of round-trip Amtrak “It’s a great event,” holidays! s our annual kic
Santa will be k-off to th
tickets from a Vermont destination said Brazoski. will light th
e Vill on location
in th e
and local bu age tree at 7pm. Also vi e Teen Center and
to New York City, overnight stay at Volunteers 4th Annu
sinesses to se
e model trai
sit the Brow
a n di
The Inn at Essex and more. interested in helping “Roaming R l Village Train Hop splays as part of the
ailroad” trac . Take a ride
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“The Train Hop is our biggest the Train Hop or during the ev Raffle Prize D
your ticket at t at all participating loca wing! FREE tickets
event,” said Darby Brazoski, Economic Village Tree Lighting each stop. C tio will
locations an ollect punche ns. Volunteer “conduct be available
Development and Community Relations Assistant for can call 878-6944 d yo s
Class Amtrak u can win fantastic pr on your ticket-to-ride
ors” will punc
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the Village of Essex Junction. “About 20 of us have been or email darby@ Winners g
will be an a Vermont destination a pair of round trip Coa
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planning this event since August.” essexjunction.org. at Essex
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Decorate with nature Vanilla Yummy
this holiday season Sugar Puffs
(Makes about 30 two-inch puffs)
quite like a winter Ingredients:
walk through For the dough:
snowy woods. This holiday 1/2 cup whole milk
season, trend watchers are 1 vanilla bean, split lengthwise
encouraging us to bring some 1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter, cut into
of those evocative, forest-y small pieces
elements home to decorate our 2 tablespoons granulated sugar
outdoor and indoor spaces. 1/2 teaspoon salt The holidays are all about
It’s a look that’s soothing 1 cup all-purpose flour, sifted tradition, and there’s no better way to
and seasonal, and easy to attain 5 large eggs, at room temperature evoke the spirit of the season in your
without spending tons of money. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract holiday baking than by highlighting
Even a traditional cedar, every crowd’s favorite flavor —
pine or boxwood wreath can For decorating: vanilla. From vanilla flavored snaps
be given a contemporary 1 large egg to biscotti, you can give the classics
tweak if you dispense with the 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
usual embellishments. There’s a fresh, bold twist this year.
Pinch salt Vanilla doesn’t have to be
something elegant about a spare, Swedish pearl sugar, to taste
unadorned circle of green. Add boring!
a few small apples, oranges, “For too long, vanilla has been
Method of preparation:
pomegranates or pepperberries misunderstood as plain, taking on
• Position racks in the upper and lower
for a natural color touch. Wrap only a supporting role in recipes,”
or bow-tie the wreath with thirds of the oven and preheat oven to 375
F. Line two baking sheets with parchment
says Shauna Seer, author of the new
burlap for a rustic vibe, or use
velvet ribbon in an unexpected
A home that’s warmly dressed paper. cookbook “Pure Vanilla: Irresistible
• In a heavy-bottomed 2-quart saucepan, Recipes and Essential Techniques.”
hue like persimmon, purple or
with outdoor elements says combine milk, 1/2 cup water, vanilla bean, “With the right recipe, vanilla can
really shine through — even in
Wreaths made completely “Happy Holidays’’ all season long. butter, sugar and salt. Bring to a simmer
over medium heat, stirring occasionally. traditional holiday baking.”
out of cushion moss look
striking, as do those made of Carefully remove vanilla bean and scrape Seer contends that the way to do
bay, sage or magnolia leaves. remaining seeds into liquid. Bring to a boil. this is to use whole vanilla beans and
Freeze-dried fruit or flowers needled evergreens work well fill empty planters with greens, Add flour, lower heat to medium and begin full-flavored pure vanilla extract,
can look beautiful for years; for a formal front entrance. Mini unbreakable ornaments, a tangle stirring vigorously with a wooden spoon steering clear of the imitation
just keep wreaths made of these lights look great in either, as do of lights - or all three. until the dough starts to come away from variety. Even chocolate lovers will
delicate materials out of direct simple silver, ruby or sapphire Continue the nature vibe the sides of the pan and form a loose ball. be tripping over each other for
weather. ornaments; keep the frippery like indoors by keeping the palette Keep stirring for about two minutes to dry seconds and thirds.
Glam up the greenery ribbons and bows to a minimum muted and go for texture to the dough.
For some sweet holiday
with metallic ribbon (copper for a clean, contemporary look. • Transfer dough to the bowl of a stand
and pewter are on trend). Add If you’re lucky enough to Whether you’re going inspiration, try whipping
mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. up light and airy Vanilla
some flair by entwining an old have a big front stoop, fill urns with a bundle of bare branches
Beat in eggs, one at a time on medium Sugar Puffs using this
necklace through the boughs, or with fir boughs, eucalyptus, in a pretty pot or a full-size
speed. Beat in vanilla extract. Drop dough simple recipe from
affixing an old brooch. ilex berries and branches _ evergreen as your holiday
birch, dogwood and even tree, think about decorating it by the tablespoonful onto prepared baking Seer.
twigs, lash them together, and salvaged twigs from around with simple snowflakes made sheets, leaving about two inches of space
dress with dried hydrangea or your neighborhood give height of different materials, such as between dollops.
roses, tiny pinecones or white and texture to a pot. Add some laser-cut wood or felt. Choose • In a small bowl, beat together egg,
lights. spray-painted white ones for winsome bottle-brush natural vanilla extract, salt and 1 teaspoon water
Ramp up the glamour contrast. fiber ornaments, in animal until well blended. Brush each puff with
by tying a handful of boughs Apartment dwellers might shapes like foxes, bears, owls this egg wash and sprinkle generously with
together with wire and adding consider a slim florist’s bucket, and raccoons. A tree full of pearl sugar.
creamy ribbon, clusters of weighted with a heavy rock and little birds, perhaps, or a garland • Bake for 15 minutes, then rotate
glitter-dusted cones or stars. filled with good-smelling cedar. of paper snowballs and white sheets from top to bottom and front to bake.
And garlands add a pretty Or splurge on a faux-boxwood jingle bells can be charming. Continue baking until deeply golden and
frame to doors and a lush, topiary, which will last for years, A home that’s warmly sound hollow when their crisp exteriors are
finished look to porch rails and and add a lush bow. dressed with outdoor elements tapped, another 15 to 20 minutes. Transfer
fences. Fragrant cedar and long Don’t forget the backyard. says “Happy Holidays’’ all puffs to a wire rack to cool before serving.
needled pine are attractively Place a wreath or garland on season long.
shaggy; boxwood and short- patio fences and enclosures, and — Associated Press
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Great ways to make your
holiday party beautiful
he holiday season is the most festive time of your food is as important as its taste. This
of year, from singing in the streets to is where small plates shine, as little tastes can
gatherings with friends and family. So if have a big impact with their colors, shapes and
you’re going to be entertaining, you’ll want your designs.
party to feel as cheerful as the season itself and Give guests a taste surprise with a round-
to add some style and flair to make your party the-world line up of cuisines, from traditional
sparkle. sliders to more exotic choices like dumplings
From the decor to the table settings to the and Mediterranean dips. For inspiration, turn to a
food, a few unique twists can make guests feel cookbook devoted solely to miniature appetizers
welcomed, impressed and ready to party upon and desserts, such as those from author Robert
arrival. So set the mood accordingly. Zollweg.
Aim for each dish to feature about four to
DELIGHT ON ARRIVAL six bites of food that can be eaten comfortably
You can delight their senses right away with seated or standing, and arrange dishes on small,
a lit fireplace or by brewing a holiday punch or sleek plates.
cider with cinnamon and other aromatic flavors. For the sake of presentation, be sure your
Also, be sure that your entranceway is decorated dishes present a great array of colors.
for the season and that there’s music playing. A
crooner like Bing Crosby performing holiday DRESS IT UP
hits is a classic choice. Just keep the volume at a You can dress up your party space with a
conversation-friendly level. few simple and elegant flourishes. You can make
stylish centerpieces by taking clear bowls and
THINK SMALL PRESENTATION filling them with colorful ornaments and pretty
Instead of hosting a multi-course sit-down greenery. And you can fill glasses with colored
dinner, make life easier on yourself and more fun stones or small candles to add a sophisticated
for your guests with a splendid spread of small glow to the room.
plates. A small plate dinner means guests can By setting a mood that is both cheerful and
eat whenever they arrive and mix and mingle as chic, you can make a great impression on guests
they do so — it’s an easy, fun way to entertain. and throw a party they won’t soon forget.
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Coats for Kids extends relief Planning a
Gadue’s Dry Cleaning warms
Vermonters and Hurricane
Sandy victims with coat
t would be easy to host See what prepared
BY ELSIE LYNN holiday parties if it foods your supermarket is
weren’t for the guests. offering before you splurge
The Essex Reporter/Colchester Sun Guests who fail to at specialty stores; you
RSVP, then show up with might be surprised. It’s easy
Gadue’s Dry Cleaning kicked off its annual Coats for Kids
friends. Guests who arrive to dress up prepackaged
program at the beginning of November. Donations can be made
late and stay past your foods with fresh herbs,
at any Gadue’s Dry Cleaning location or at the University Mall
bedtime. Guests who clean a drizzle of dressing or
customer service desk through February or March (depending
out your shrimp cocktail shaved cheese.
on the weather).
but won’t touch your pasta Many people have
The dry cleaning business accepts gently used coats, snow
salad. Guests who knock dietary issues these days, so
pants, hats, mittens, scarves and winter boots. Gadue’s cleans
over drinks and nearly consider offering something
and reconditions the garments, then the items are distributed
set their sleeves on fire for the vegetarian and for
through local agencies to children and families who need warm
reaching over your candles. the low-salt, low-fat crowd,
“Coats for Kids started early in Mr. Gadue’s career,” said Drop off locations for And the worst guest of along with holiday treats
that may be high-calorie or
all: the one who’s busy the
Gadue’s employee Monica Busse, of Burlington. “He got
together with local officials and together they identified that coats for KiDs night of your holiday party high-sugar.
and can’t make it.
winter clothing was needed and that those items needed to be
Colchester — Creek Farm Plaza But you can outsmart ARRIVALS AND
them all and host a party DEPARTURES:
Busse is a St. Essex — Susie Wilson Road
as carefree for you as it is Some folks will come
Michael’s College Burlington — Shelburne Road and North fun for them. Here are some early; some will stay late.
graduate and has been
Local agencies working with the Avenue tips for Party Management
101, from the invite to the
Minimize stress by having
everything ready a half-
company for more than South Burlington — Shelburne Road and “Goodnight!” hour before your start time,
can’t always “Local agencies Williston Road TIMING: and deputize someone else
Send the invitation for a to answer the door and take
can’t always afford Shelburne — Shelburne Road holiday party too early and coats.
afford to clean to clean the coat
donations,” said Busse.
people forget. Wait too long Set the tone by listing a
and everyone’s booked. clear start and end time on
“We have the facilities
Send invitations no the invitation. Open house
the coat. here to do that, and
later than one month before is nice and informal, but it
staff who is always
the party. also means some folks will
willing to help. It’s a
We have the win, win.”
INVITES AND RSVPS:
drop by just when you were
hoping everyone would
“There is such a
Paper, electronic or leave. If you’re planning
great need for coats,”
facilities here to she continued. “We give
phone invitations? So many on serving real food and
options, and yet so few not just chips and cookies,
away over 3,000 coats
result in RSVPs. a window of a couple of
do that, and staff a year though various
Electronic invitations hours also makes it easy to
— Evite, e-mail, Paperless keep food fresh.
There are lots of people
Post, Facebook and other — Associated Press
who is always out there just trying to the cold Vermont winters, Busse explained. “We are always sites — have become the
put food on the table, happy to do anything we can to assist them; and we were default for many people,
and they can’t put a
willing to help. warm coat on their
especially happy this year to help Hurricane Sandy victims. We
gave two van loads full of coats to Hurricane Sandy victims.
and may yield the most
responses simply because
kid’s back — that’s
That was most of our stock, which is why we are in greater responding requires just one
why we want to help.
It’s a win, win.” We collect coats for the need this year.” click.
whole family.” The southbound coats went to the areas in New Jersey
where the Vermont State Troopers also went. FOOD AND DECOR:
— Monica Busse, Many agencies in
Food that’s good at
Vermont work hard to “We have a lot of great supporters in the area — we couldn’t
Gadue’s employee support people who do it without them,” Busse said, “but we are still looking to room temperature is easiest
collect more coats and winter-weather gear this year.” on the host, though it limits
need help throughout
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