Stowe, VT (PRWEB) December 2, 2007
Country Home magazine, one of the most widely read lifestyle magazines with a circulation of more than 1.2 million, is putting the Green Mountain Inn in the spotlight. The December issue, which hits newsstands on November 20th, features a family enjoying a "storybook" Christmas holiday at the Stowe mountain resort, complete with snowshoeing, chopping down a fresh Christmas tree and dining on a delicious yet simple Christmas Eve supper.
Country Home's December issue is an annual keepsake edition that explores old and new traditions, with a focus on simple, personal, natural holiday style. The magazine was created for readers who share passions for home décor, food and entertaining, fashion and well-being, travel and shopping. The Green Mountain Inn's rich history and New England charm was a natural fit for the publication. The inn's location in the heart of the Stowe village was a huge draw for the editorial staff, as well as the additional amenities that the inn offers, such as dog sled rides, snowshoeing, skiing, massages, afternoon tea and cookies, a heated outdoor pool and plenty of holiday cheer.
"We chose The Green Mountain Inn for our December story because it is the quintessential holiday spot -- nestled right on the main street of a darling ski village -- and so family friendly," said Lisa Holderness, Country Home's Food and Entertaining Editor. "Plus, Chef Steven Truso's food is as cozy-welcoming as the inn itself."
The Green Mountain Inn is prominently highlighted in the magazine with a six page spread and three pages of recipes. The photo shoot with the magazine actually took place in January, when a six-person crew descended upon the accommodations in Stowe, Vermont. Holderness and food stylist Susan Sugarman worked closely with inn's head chef, Steven Truso. Mouth-watering recipes from the inn, including brie with clover honey, chicken soup, corn chowder, stuffed mushrooms, baked apples and maple crème brulee, are offered to readers to make at home in the holiday issue.
"There is no better way to celebrate the holidays than to invite friends and family into the kitchen for a culinary collaboration resulting in a delicious meal," said Chef Steven Truso. "Country Home has selected comforting recipes the whole family can participate in making and enjoying."
For more information, visit http://www.greenmountaininn.com
About the Green Mountain Inn:
The Green Mountain Inn, originally built in 1833, began as a coaching inn for 19th-century travelers located in the heart of Stowe village. The original accommodations in Stowe, Vermont retain much of their antique charm, offering 104 rooms, suites and apartments. Guests enjoy two acclaimed restaurants, the Whip Bar & Grill and the Main Street Dining Room, specialty shops, a year-round heated outdoor pool, afternoon tea and cookies, health club facility, massage services and much more.
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