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I just read the Roadfood Newsletter Tue, 10/12/10 9:56 PM (permalink)
Someone went to Hanover NH and didn't go to Lou's for homemade corned beef hash.  How is that possible?
 
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    ayersian

    Re:I just read the Roadfood Newsletter Wed, 10/13/10 7:14 AM (permalink)
    Agreed that Lou's is a Hanover must stop--I went to college in Hanover and ate many a breakfast there! However, a longer-than-expected brunch stop at the Farmers Diner and a mandatory walk around the Gorge in Quechee meant that we didn't actually make it to Hanover until after their 3:00 closing!
     
    What's your opinion of Fort Lou's vs. Lou's?
     
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