Tomorrow night for dinner, guests who stayed with us for many years are in town. They are coming for a dinner of lemon grilled chicken; Hasselback Potatoes (see that recipe from several years ago); zucchini casserole and Peachy Cream Pie … Continue reading
After twenty wonderful years, we turned the keys over to new owners of The William Henry Miller Inn on June 14. Lots has happened since then and I am in my new house enjoying every day. Believe it or not, … Continue reading
Daffodils are appearing here in Ithaca. As I write, it’s 7:15 p.m. and still light! And Easter is just around the corner. What better way to celebrate spring than with an Easter Morning gathering of friends who are all tired … Continue reading
It doesn’t get any easier than this. I have been making these puffs for years to the absolute delight of our guests. Just multiply by the number of people you are serving. A homemade salsa is a great side to … Continue reading
When we first opened the Inn, I found a cookbook that we’ve used so much, it is now falling apart. The book, Easiest and Best Coffee Cake and Quick Breads by Renny Darling, is full of easy and delicious recipes. This bread has … Continue reading
There are days we get “stuck in a muffin rut” and this sounded like just the ticket to raise us out of our rut!
You’ve probably seen the question, “What are three things that are always in your refrigerator?” Well, at the Inn, one of the newest items you will always find is a jar of pickled onions. Strange, you say? Well, they are … Continue reading
These are the best cookies I have ever tasted! This recipe is by Yellow Bliss Road.
Sylvie has been with us for several years. Sylvie is not old enough to be a Broad but she is one talented chick. Talented in whatever she does. She is a singer, dancer, actress, dog lover and baker to the … Continue reading
Here at the Inn, we always have condensed milk. In fact, weekly we do a six-page inventory of everything we need and three cans of condensed milk is a staple. But, BI (Before the Inn), condensed milk wasn’t always in … Continue reading