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What I ate: February 19 - 25 Vacation

This is our annual family Vermont ski week, moved this year from Montpelier to Burlington with a whole new selection of restaurants. Here we go:

Breakfast: Bagel, lox and cream cheese at home. The last of the normal-sized meals for the week.

Lunch: Turkey club sandwich and French fries at Sally's Hen House in Hudson Falls, NY. 

Dinner: The venison at Leunig's Bistro in Burlington, Vermont. Delicious!

Breakfast: Hash, egg and toast skillet at Henry's Diner in Burlington, Vermont. 

Lunch: Turkey chili in a bread boule at Bolton Valley ski resort. I'm pretty sure it was spicier, and therefore better, last year, but it was still good.

Dinner: A Single Pebble in Burlington. I don't have pictures, but for reference, 2 appetizers (dry fried green beans and mock eel) and 4 entrees (Emperor's beef, Three cup chicken, Pork lo mein and Red chili shrimp) was way too much food but it was very delicious and enjoyed by all.

Breakfast: Ham and cheese crêpe at The Skinny Pancake in Burlington.

Lunch: Clam chowder at Bolton Valley.

Dinner: Cheeseburger at The Farmhouse Tap and Grill in Burlington. The picture does not do it justice - it was most delicious!

Breakfast: Ham, egg and cheese breakfast sandwich at August First Bakery and Café  in Burlington.

Lunch: Chicken parmesan sandwich special at Bolton Valley.

Dinner: The rabbit at Hen of the Wood in Waterbury. Delicious!

Breakfast: Chorizo burrito at Mirabelles Cafe in Burlington. Lunch: Fried cod sandwich special at Bolton Valley.

And a hot dog? No, that's my nephew between two pillows at the hotel.

Dinner: The salmon at Church and Main in Burlington. Very good. The steak, gotten by two others, was also delicious and ridiculously huge.

Breakfast: Zydeco breakfast (andouille sausage, eggs, black beans and corn muffins) at Penny Cluse Café in Burlington.

Lunch: Grilled chicken sandwich at the Tower Bar at Jay Peak . Dinner: The veal at Tratoria Delia in Burlington.

Breakfast: Western omelet special at Sneakers Bistro and Café in Winooski. Probably the best Western omelet I've ever had.

Lunch: Philly cheesesteak at The Anvil Inn in Fort Edward, New York. Dinner: Japanese style crushed hamburger and rice at home. Back to normal portions!

Weight at beginning of vacation: 119.8 lbs.

Weight at end of vacation: 122.6 lbs.

This is somewhat surprising since I ate at least double what I normally eat. Must be the skiing.

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