goes on and on. The assortment of breads come from our well-know
local, source, Bit of Swiss, in Stevensville. Beth, the baker at
the Whistle Stop from the beginning, makes their popular muffins.
(Try the sour cream. Yum) and bagels. There are helves bursting
with enticing mustards, relishes, chutneys, olives, bread dips.
There are cookbooks, pasta crackers, syrups, frozen appetizers,
bottled sodas alongside their imported and domestic beers. There
are wines from around the world, even South Africa. You name it.
Whistle stop has it.
Among the wide selection of salt and pepper mills are my own favorites - the low priced throw away grinders full of sea salt and black peppercorns manufactured by Alessi, available in some ordinary grocery stores. I was delighted to see them. Now , thats thoughtful, to put those among their esoteric pepper mills that cost way more than Alessis rather ordinary gourmet products. This is an honest place that wants to make us customers happy with their wide range of goods and variable prices.