Peach Stuffed French Toast-our September Recipe Share

It’s peach season here at the inn. Carole has been making peach jam all day.  They have been showing up at breakfast in fruit salads, roasted with amaretti cookie crumbles on top, and baked into tea breads.   Danielle likes to make her  jam with some vanilla bean and freshly ground nutmeg.  Mmmm, it is so…

Spicy Spiced Nuts–our August Recipe Share

There are a lot of recipes out there for spiced nuts…all perfectly fine recipes. But there’s one that I have been carrying around and making for a few years that is really great: everyone loves them-they are sweet and spicy at the same time, and completely addictive.  I always give credit where it is due…

Poached & Roasted Pears–our July Recipe Share

Danielle has always been a big fan of using everything up and not letting anything go to waste.  This month’s recipe is a good illustration of that ethic: Poached and Roasted Pears with a Blueberry Sprinkle I love to serve this fruit dish because it’s very elegant. Instead of using blueberries you can substitute fresh…

The unofficial start of summer?

Greetings and Happy Independence Day!! I know the official first day of summer is in June, but somehow, the 4th of July has always seemed a more definitive start to the season.  We have all been commiserating about the abundance of rain this year, but today is one of those “it couldn’t be more perfect”…

Rain, rain go away!

It’s been a wet Spring to say the least in our neck of the woods. Although the garden is the most beautiful it has ever been we are looking forward to some drier days. Manick, our gardener, has been working her magic and the place looks spectacular. The birds are very happy too. Thank goodness…

Foodies listen up!

Hooray to eight broads. 7 friends and I, all well seasoned innkeepers, have stepped into the 21st century and started our own website “bedandbreakfastfoodie” with it’s own blog about food; mostly cooking it. We call ourselves eight broads in a kitchen. Between us we are talking about roughly 1 century of cooking experience. You are…

Cheese Puffs–our May Recipe Share

Well, the month is almost over but we still have a recipe for you to try out.Carole has been making these cheese puffs forever and folks always want the recipe, so here it is: CAROLE’S CHEESE PUFFS Preheat oven to 350 degrees                                              Yield: approx. 6 dozen   1          crusty French baguette 16        oz.      …