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As an 'old fart', I have appointed myself as a restaurant critic

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To The Daily Sun,

This is not a political letter. I am writing in a snowstorm where the flakes are huge.

This brings up the question, how will we know when Spring has arrived? When the Dairy Queen (DQ) in Tilton opens. As we drive by the DQ, we hope for an early Spring.

With no DQ in Tilton, there is a great restaurant to visit. There is a restaurant called "Onions' located in the Tilton Hilton. Stop in and visit Sarah, Kathy and Allen. Highly recommend the brushetta and the daily specials.

One of our favorite places to dine is the Homestead in Bristol. The chefs Nick and Tim are the best. To my surprise, venison started to be on the menu as a special. I consider myself an expert on venison. Being born in Vermont and being an "old fart", I have appointed myself as a restaurant critic.

The venison at the Homestead is the best I have ever eaten. The reason for this is it is cooked correctly. Love it

Snow is letting up and the DQ could be opening soon. See you!

Jim Mayotte