The menu at Spice Kitchen welcomes both vegetarian and non-vegetarians with 57 veggie, chicken, lamb, goat, and seafood entrees that incorporate seasonings from curry leaves to almond sauce. Friendly servers offer up ten types of flatbreads that come studded with everything from potato stuffing to cashews and coconut, while entrees include tandoori chicken steeped in spicy yogurt. Biryani plates find chefs slingshotting proteins onto long-grain rice infused with herbs. Additionally, the Trooper location allows diners to expand their palates with the addition of South Indian cuisine. A handful of Indo-Chinese options introduce fried rice and Manchurian-style sauces. The lunch crowd can sift through the daily all-you-can-eat buffet.
At Salter's Ski Shop, the staff apply tenacity and meticulous planning to their boot fittings, collection of skis and snowboards, and tune-ups.
Salter's Ski Shop prides itself on thorough, precise boot fittings that help skiers and boarders control their balance both on the slopes and during limbo games. The staff takes dozens of measurements of each foot to determine the optimal fit. Snow-sport enthusiasts can peruse new boards from Morrow or skis from K2 and Goode, and bring in old equipment to the consignment shop, which donates proceeds to the National Ski Patrol. The shop also carries discounted lift tickets for nearby slopes, including Bear Creek, Jack Frost, and Blue Mountain.
Since Dr. Seth Rosen graduated dental school in 1998, his dental education hasn't slowed down. He spends hundreds of hours outside the office taking advanced surgical courses and continuing education, resulting in his certification in four types of dental implants. In addition to learning, he also spends his out-of-office time volunteering free dental care with the Mission of Mercy Group.
Descended from one of the first cheese-importing companies in the United States, igourmet.com has been assembling and delivering baskets stuffed with rare and gourmet culinary treasures for more than 10 years. Hand-packed gift baskets and boxes burst with delectable delights such as fruits and vegetables, coffees, and meats. The Four Continents of Cheese gift box ($29.99) provides a whirlwind cheese tour of Europe, Australia, North America, and South America. Choose a sweet selection, such as the Ballotin box of chocolates by Michel Cluizel ($35.99), from the array of chocolates and desserts, and it will be melting in the mouths of loved ones in a manner of days. To give a gift that keeps on cooking, order a pantry item, such as the Vermont maple syrup and pancake mix gift box ($19.99).
A pencil peeks out of hole in the lid of a shiny red apple, bits of yellow and black fleck a butterfly's wings, and blue and green glass curves to catch the light from the candle it holds. These are just a few of the projects invented at Busy Bees Pottery and Arts Studio, where visitors can paint bisqueware, sculpt clay, or fuse glass to make homes or city-bus windows more beautiful.
Long tables sprawl across the studio's checkered floor, and plates bearing pastel treats and serene landscapes polka-dot the walls for inspiration. A paint bar arrays samples of tiles painted in each color so artists can preview their ceramic's finished looks.