So, What Are You Having at Rae’s Corner Café, Rae Hill?
“I mean, I love cooking. I love feeding people. It’s the first question I ask: ‘Are you hungry?”
That’s owner Rae Hill , talking with Daybreak’s Rob Gurwitt at Rae’s Corner Café in Bradford, Vermont. Just across from the Colatina Exit on Main Street, Rae is busy supplying local residents and tourists with breakfast—eggs and bacon, Belgian waffles. Lunch follows with American staples like soups, sandwiches (there’s a Reuben), maybe mac and cheese.
Click here to read the rest of Rae’s story, and of course, for her answer to our series’ favorite question: What does she eat at Rae’s?
(Photos by Rob Gurwitt)
This is another post in a collaborative project between Artful and Daybreak in which Rob Gurwitt and I take turns interviewing Upper Valley restaurant owners, chefs, and others about what they’d order from their own menus.
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And in case you are wondering . . . Susan B. Apel shuttered a lifelong career as a law professor to continue an interest (since kindergarten) in writing. Her freelance business, The Next Word, includes literary and feature writing; her work has appeared in a variety of lit mags and other publications including Art New England, The Woven Tale Press, The Arts Fuse, and Persimmon Tree. She connects with her neighbors through Artful, her blog about arts and culture in the Upper Valley. She’s in love with the written word.