I love salads. The perfect salad for me has to have something salty and something sweet and something crunchy. These spiced pecans cover three out of the four bases! They make a great salad topping, particularly when paired with apples, … Continue reading
This is a very rich little dessert, so a small serving goes a long way. Goes very well with fresh berries and a little pieceof shortbread, or in a tart shell, topped with fresh peach slices. Sometimes we make two … Continue reading
This makes a really pretty dish for a special occasion. The soup itself is creamy white, then you top it with slivered roasted beets and chopped chives or parsley for a gorgeous pop of color. The best part is that … Continue reading
I first posted this recipe in June 2009. That was the year I went to a local produce auction and got a little carried away on bidding for many different plants and shrubs, including several varieties of basil plants. At … Continue reading
Baking is one of my favorite things to do. Maybe because I have such a sweet tooth, and eating the results of my labors is so rewarding. My grandmother taught me to bake and the very first thing she taught … Continue reading
This is our most requested scone recipe. I hope you’ll enjoy these as much as our guests. Recipe originally posted June 2009.
I love muffins. They’re the perfect excuse to have cake for breakfast. Since we make muffins every morning at the inn, I have dozens of muffin recipes, but this is the one I turn to time and time again. They’re … Continue reading
Our local market had wonderful beautiful fresh raspberries this week, and I couldn’t resist buying some. I made these raspberry oatmeal pancakes with them for breakfast Saturday morning. Regrettably they were so good that our inn guests ate every single … Continue reading
Everyone loves blueberry pancakes! I made these this morning, and my guests insisted I share the recipe with them and with you. Plump juicy blueberries, moist crumb. Close your eyes and just.. imagine. You’re welcome!