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Green Mountain Smokehouse

341 US 5 S, Windsor, VT - (802) 674-6653
Posted By Michael Stern on 2/10/2014 4:48:00 AM
Here’s a culinary club we’d be happy to join: The Green Mountain Smokehouse Sausage Club. New members receive a punch card with ten little boxes. Every seven dollar purchase earns a punch; and once all ten boxes have holes in them, you get seven dollars worth of sausage free.

It would be especially fun trying to earn that prize because Green Mountain makes ten kinds of fresh sausage and two kinds of smoked sausage – breakfast sage, beer brats, Cajun, Garlic & Parmesan, hot Italian, sweet Italian, Polish kielbasa, Vermont maple links, Chinese, chorizo, smoked Polish and smoked Andouille. All sausages are packed into natural casings and can be bought either frozen or all set for the stove or charcoal-grill.

Sausage is one of many good things sold in this full-service butcher shop, where they are happy to make steaks or sausages from just about any fresh-killed critter you bring them. The “Combo Package” menu includes freezer-filling arrays of steaks, hams, pork loins, chicken breasts, ribs, bacon, turkey, and picnic-ready kabobs. The Green Mountain refrigerator cases are filled with fully-cooked “wings of fire” to munch on and all kinds of flavored and unflavored smoked Vermont cheeses.

The Smokehouse is take-away only. There is no place to eat here.

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4 - Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
Overall: One of the Best - Worth a Trip
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Along Route 5, one-half mile south of the covered bridge, Green Mountain Smokehouse is a terrific resource if you are traveling through Vermont and need meat.
"Along Route 5, one-half mile south of the covered bridge, Green Mountain Smokehouse is a terrific resource if you are traveling through Vermont and need meat."
Michael Stern





Not too smoky and with a sweet maple flavor, this bacon is good for breakfast but especially good when packed into a BLT.
"Not too smoky and with a sweet maple flavor, this bacon is good for breakfast but especially good when packed into a BLT."
Michael Stern


We binged on
"We binged on "fruit and cheese plates" after visiting the Green Mountain Smokehouse, mostly because that was a good excuse to make this excellent cheese into a meal."
Michael Stern


All members of the family will find something to make them happy here.
"All members of the family will find something to make them happy here."
Michael Stern



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