Regular and even irregular readers of this blog may have noticed that I, um, haven't been around much lately. In an earlier excu..post, I mentioned that I've been working on a major project and had started a new exercise regimen. Recently, I even added house-cleaning to my roster of daily activities, much to my s.o's relief. All of these activities have caused my blogging to come to a screeching halt, save for a few yogurt-related posts.
Anyway, I'm writing today to say that the four-month project which involved the creation of the 2008 7 Nights Guide to Restaurants and Bars ended last Friday, and as of today, I'm back to my rigorous blogging schedule.
But before I start talking about new kinds of yogurt or weird food news, I want to put in a plug for the forthcoming "Dining Guide." 7 Nights is two different things: It's an online site that encourages diners to comment on their eating and drinking experiences and it's a magazine-style publication that we release each May.
This year's print edition will have more than 700 places to chow down in the Green Mountains, and includes listings from two regions of Vermont we've not included in past editions -- the Northeast Kingdom and the Upper Valley. Each restaurant listing includes the days that a restaurant is open and which meals are served, phone number, price range, a brief description, and more.
So, if you haven't already, sign-up for our online dining guide, become a member of the 7 Nights "Bite Club," and look for our '08 guide in mid-May.
And look for my next blog post tomorrow!