Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 23, 2015 · Page C1
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Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York · Page C1

Rochester, New York
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Friday, October 23, 2015
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Democrat and Chronicle Friday,October23,2015 Here’s what’s note- w orthy in the Rochester f ood and beverage scene t his week: H istoric inn for sale: After 33 years of owners hip, Avon Innowner Linda Moran has d ecided to retire and put the stately mansion at 55 E. Main St. in Avon up for sale. Dec.31will be the last day the inn w ill be open under its current ownership. Linda told me she made the announcement now to give her staff plen- t y of notice, and also to halt on booking wedding receptions and other events. S he said that when she started to hire the children of people who had worked for her as teenagers, she started to get the inkling that it might be time. I get it. C rab shack confusion: Did you know that the Original Crab Shack and Joe’s Crab Shackare not associated at all? If y ou didn’t, you’re not alone. To alleviate confusion, the Original Crab Shack, loc ated across the street from Monroe C ommunity College at 749 East Henrie tta Road, has changed its name to ROC- F ish to emphasize that the restaurant is locally owned. Owners Mike and Mark K imball have also freshened the decor a nd revamped the menu to include not only seafood and crab, but also an array of fresh fish and other items. I’m hear- i ng good things about the bisque. Find the complete menu online at — go figure — I ntimate beer festival: The New York Wine and Culinary Center, 800 S outh Main St. in Canandaigua, will host New York on Tap from 7 to 9:30 p.m. FLAVORS NOTEBOOK Avon Inn to be sold SeeINN,Page2C TRACY S CHUHMACHER FOOD AND DRINK KARIN VON VOIGTLANDERFILE PHOTO Avon Innowner Linda Moran has decided to retire and put the stately mansion at 55 E. Main St. i n Avon up for sale. Dec. 31will be the last day the inn will be open under its current ownership. S unday's Buffalo Bills game is kind of a strange scenario. To be sure, there's the whole hullabaloo about having to watch your game on the computer, or figuring out how to get it to show on your TV. • But how about the culinary challenge at hand? What do you eat while watching a football game at 9:30 a.m.? Particularly one being played in London? • One option would be to make a full English breakfast, also called a fry-up. Get out e very frying pan in the house and cook up various sausages, bacon (more like Canadian b acon), mushrooms, tomato halves and bread (yes, you fry the bread too). When that's a ll done, fry some eggs and add that to the top. You could also go to the British aisle of the supermarket and warm up a can of Heinz baked beans as well. Breakfast with a bang: Recipes prepared by reporter Tracy Schuhmacher at her home. CARLOS ORTIZ, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER TRACY SCHUHMACHER @ RAHCHACHOW S eeBANGERS,Page5C CARLOS ORTIZ, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER These beers will work for breakfast w hile you eat some Bangin’ Breakfast Potato Skins, at top.

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