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Holiday 2011

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In This Issue

Great Eats to Go

When it comes to takeout, Litchfield residents have a lot more options than just pizza and Chinese.

Big Taste

With Litchfield's large variety of specialty food shops, every customer will find something satisfactory.

Meals to Remember

Litchfield connoisseurs recount their most memorable repasts

Full Plate

IT’S Saturday afternoon at Danny and Audrey Meyer’s weekend home in Litchfield County, and the place is a flurry of activity. Twelve-year-old Peyton swings open the front door and out bound the two family dogs—Louie, an oversized, cream-colored Labradoodle mix, and Wally, a smaller, brown, curly-haired Lagotto Romagnolo, an Italian truffle-hunting dog.

Ten Minutes with Michael Ackerman

For over thirty years The Pantry in Washington Depot has been the go-to place for wholesome food as well as unique items for the home. Michael Ackerman has owned the establishment for over ten years. A native of Milton, Michael makes his home in Litchfield with his wife Nancy.

Booking It

It is ironic that a town with such a long and rich history has never had its life formally chronicled. Until now, that is. But it is no ordinary approach to history that Rachel Carley, with a nod from the Litchfield Historical Society, has taken.

Organ Donor

Lovers of liturgical music and medieval pageantry have an 1894 Jardine pipe organ to thank for what has become a must-see holiday concert at the First Church of Winsted.

Now, That’s Entertainment!

Move over, Rockettes. When it comes to holiday merry-making, there’s plenty to see and do right here in Litchfield.
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