Brussel Sprouts are finally coming into their own. It is obvious to me that some veggies have their time in the spotlight and then fade away into obscurity. Brussel spouts are enjoying the limelight this winter and rightfully so. Packed … Continue reading
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
Six times a year we host “Carolina Tailwinds”, a bicycle group headed by Anne and Greg Fleming. They ride with their guests from Chestertown to Lewes, from there on to Berlin and St. Michaels and back to the Brampton. The … Continue reading
Honestly, I make this soup almost once a week in the winter. We love it that much. Traditional to the eastern part of Switzerland known as the Grissons (Buendtnerland, Engadine) which includes the towns of Davos and Klosters. This soup … Continue reading
These individual Lobster Tarts are perfect for a special occasion breakfast, brunch, or luncheon. We created these for our New Year’s Day Brunch and overheard many oohs and ahhs!
Rolled omelets are beautiful to behold. They are also so versatile as you can fill them with any of your favorites. Be creative!
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
It is always fun to find new dishes to inspire our guests and this one has so many options you never need to make it the same way twice. For those of us who get bored easily that is a … Continue reading
While this dish can be made year-round using store-bought zucchini and dried herbs, it’s particularly good in early summer when local zucchini are readily available and fresh herbs can be substituted for the dried. Simply use 2 tablespoons shredded basil … Continue reading
Remember dinner clubs? They were quite popular in St. Louis (my home town) in the 70s and 80s, and a terrific way for great friends to gather and share the workload of fixing dinner. And, oh my, the fun we … Continue reading