Saturday, May 1, 2010


by Heywood McGillicuddy, Chairman:
This year the Company opted to ease in to the tour, targeting a smaller and not-too-distant show across the lake as the first official stop on the tour.

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Today's Mayday! Underground Craft Fair, held in the shadow of the mighty Genesee brewery, was a moderate success. Though it might not make sense to drive the four hours specifically to hustle Company vendibles in Rochester, the fledgling event made a for an ideal stop en route to the next show, and a good time was had by all.

The Sights, Sounds and Smells of Rochester
(photo by Rufus Spaulding)

The Company wishes to congratulate the event's organisers for a job well done. This was the show's first year, and we wish them all the best as they continue to grow and evolve in years to come.
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In food tourism news, the Misanthrope Specialty Co. was introduced to white hots, a tasty local member of the hot dog family.

(photo courtesy of superape)

Richer tasting and less smoky than traditional hot dogs -- or red hots, as they are known in these parts -- the pale German-American piece of charcuterie made for a perfect treat after a first day South of the border

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