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Preheat a counter top griddle or frying pan to medium-high heat.

Butter one side of all slices of bread and place on the grill, butter side down.

Put an even amount of Muenster on the slices of bread and place a pot lid over both slices to help the cheese melt.

On the other side of the griddle (or in another frying pan over medium-high heat), mix the kraut and onions and begin heating them.

At the same time, grill the slices of ham.

Once hot, transfer the ham onto half of the bread slices, and scoop the kraut and onions on top of the ham.

Squirt your desired amount of mustard over the kraut and onions.

Once the cheese is melted and bread is browned, close the sandwich. Flip it over a few times, allowing the cheese to melt into the ingredients.

When it’s done, pull it from the griddle, cut, and enjoy.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


Western Mass Food Critic

Chester, MA is a lovely little town in the foothills of the Berkshires. Not very big, not alot going on. However, there is one really bright spot for restaurants in the area and Pioneer Grill is it.

We had friends visiting and instead of cooking at home, we took them to the Pioneer Grill. The restaurant is located on Main Street in downtown Chester, at the end of the block next to the railroad. Plenty of parking available. You can go in through the front door, or the side entrance. Nicely decorated, and there is a small bar you can sit at. No booths, however, and this combined with the drop ceiling with recessed lighting does not make for a cozy feel. We arrived about 7:30 pm (they close at 9:00 pm) and the place was about half full.

They have a small, but adequate wine list and we went with a bottle of Santa Julia Organic Cabernet Sauvignon. The waitress said we got the last bottle. My partner was the taster and he and I have had this wine before. It was an excellent choice, but if you are going to get it, do so fast because it was just barely beginning to turn. Unfortunately I did not get to see the year, because the waitress poured all four glasses and left with the empty bottle.

We ordered fairly quickly after the wine was poured. My partner chose the chicken alfredo, I went with the pesto pasta, and our tablemates chose the tuscan pasta, a grilled chicken salad and a bowl of spicy lentil soup. The waitress reappeared to tell my partner that his chicken alfredo was not available, so he went with the pesto pasta like me. He also requested to make sure they didn’t drown it in olive oil. The three of us who picked entrees got a house salad, which was fresh and excellent. However, we were disappointed that we were not served any bread while we were waiting or with our salads.

One of the owners, who I believe is also the chef? brought out our entrees. Our tablemate who ordered the grilled chicken salad asked about her soup, and she seemed a little confused. We also asked if we were getting any bread, and again she seemed confused that we had not already received it.

Our waitress brought the soup, and said the bread was in the oven. That came out within another minute or two. The pesto was excellent and neither bowl was drowning in oil. We tried the tuscan chicken, which was also good, and our other tablemate said her salad and soup was great.

After dinner, the waitress offered dessert. I asked for a DiSaranno, neat, in a brandy glass and was informed they only served beer and wine. That was a little disappointing. None of us had room for dessert.

Overall, the Pioneer Grill did not disappoint. If you get the Better Living magazine in the mail, sometimes there is a coupon in there for this restaurant.


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