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December 19, 2012

State offers energy-efficiency loan program

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Gourmet food from a truck?

Capitalizing on a nationwide trend, the Ate O Ate Food Truck is about to begin service in Delaware County. But, as opposed to roadside food trucks that serve up hotdogs, burgers and chili, Ate O Ate aims a bit higher.

Its offerings include treats like chicken curry salad in puff pastry and smoked salmon, cucumber and green onion nori rolls. Its Rueben fritters promise “everything you’d get in a Rueben sandwich, but in delectable bite-sized pieces.”

Also different from most food trucks, it won’t set up in a single location all the time. Based in Roxbury, it promises to operate up and down the state Route 28 corridor and even offers to let visitors to its website suggest locations. In addition, it will be available for cocktail parties, dinner events, fundraisers and “all-out catering for all occasions.”

For more information, go to ateoatecatering.com or call 326-3392.

Main Street to welcome new business

The Otsego County Chamber will be welcoming a new business to Main Street in Oneonta on Saturday.

The Collage Food Boutique, run by Chef Zijin Wu, will offer a variety of food made fresh every day. It joins the Creative Dress Boutique, Classic Style, A Bit of Whimsy, Monkey Barrel Toys, Hospice Thrift Shop, Spice Company, Half Pint Printing and Delaware National Bank of Delhi in the shops at Ford and Main, a mini-mall that opened this year at 265 Main St.

The chamber will have a table with giveaways from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the shops and will also be accepting nominations for the Business of the Year and Citizen of the Year.

Quick hits

More than 50 employees of the Fly Creek Cider Mill & Orchard recently marked the end of its season this weekend with a banquet at Bocca Osteria Restaurant in Cooperstown, during which the 12th annual Employee Service Recognition Award was presented to Judith Mayer of Richfield Springs. … Palace Cigar at 277 Main St., Oneonta, has reopened under the ownership of Peter and Lyla Bonnici.

To suggest a business story, announce a new business or changes to an existing one, email details to rwhitby@thedailystar.com or call Richard Whitby 432-1000, ext. 221.

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