Throughout the summer in the south, supper consists of something grilled or a salad. Yet salads often leave me feeling unsatisfied and quickly hungry again. Alas, I do enjoy eating! This hearty and healthy salad fits the bill for a complete meal, … Continue reading
Years ago when I was a newcomer to the innkeeping industry, I attended a fantastic conference sponsored by PAII (the Professional Association of Innkeepers International). As an aside, the 8 Broads in the Kitchen came to know each other through … Continue reading
Guests always request seconds of this uniquely topped bacon. The recipe is so easy!
This recipe was created after enjoying a delicious fruit brulee for dessert at a local restaurant. Why not enjoy brulee for breakfast? We like to use peaches, blueberries and a few slices of bananas. But feel free to get creative … Continue reading
A dear friend recently visited family in Charleston, S.C., and enjoyed the best grits of her life at a Charleston restaurant. The grits were served as a side to a glorious dinner, not breakfast. The restaurant (the name of which … Continue reading
Enjoy a little artistry when you prepare this super easy fresh fruit breakfast appetizer. Named for the “Cutie” brand of mandarin oranges, this plate is always a hit at Lookout Point. The delicious caramel sauce recipeis from the Eight Broads … Continue reading
When the weather is chilly, I love a great bowl of soup. This recipe was created while visiting my mother in Nebraska, and the family loved it. Add any kind of veggies, either fresh or frozen, to plump up the … Continue reading
As an alternative to traditional nachos, the potatoes add a tasty gluten-free base for the nacho toppings. This appetizer is one of our offerings for receptions.
This is a Lookout Point signature dish made with prosciutto, eggs, and English muffins. Huevos Trifecta was named by our guests, during horse racing season in Hot Springs. It goes well with steamed asparagus, or topped with fresh spinach or … Continue reading
Although I was born in Arkansas, I lived in the south for only a few “growing up” years. When we moved to Arkansas to build the inn, we soon heard about the southern dish of Chocolate Gravy. In my mind, … Continue reading