30+ years later and these muffins are still a guest favorite.
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
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!
Heat waves? You don’t want them in the kitchen! So how about no-cook or short time cook ideas from our cookbook, 8 Broads in the Kitchen’s Breakfast and Brunch Recipes? You will love Pineapple Napoleon (page 22)! I’m cooler (it’s … Continue reading
Don’t know what to serve for your 4th of July brunch? The 8 Broads in the Kitchen’s latest cookbook, Breakfast & Brunch Recipes, has many incredible recipe ideas that will knock your socks off! Tis the season for watermelon, berries, … Continue reading
Every innkeeper has those recipes in their repertoire that will come together in next to no time and still elicit rave reviews from guests. These buttermilk rolls are just such a recipe. They mix together in a heartbeat, live in … Continue reading
I love what I consider to be my ‘go to’ recipes. They turn out every time and are always a hit with the guests. This one freezes beautifully, is bright and colorful and full of flavor. Prepare for the baking … 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
These buttermilk rolls are a favorite and easily made even days ahead. The tang of the buttermilk, the slight sweetness and the very fine crumb will win you over. Pile on the jam or just some sweet butter and you … Continue reading