Recipes

Fruit Cocktail Cake
Fruit Cocktail Cake This is called a “Golden Oldie Recipe” and it resurfaced recently at a Scrapbooking Retreat when Monique carried it on to share. After trying a piece, I decided to share it with all. Dixie told me we have the same recipe from her mother on a card in our heirloom recipe box, …
Fruit & Yogurt Breakfast Salad
Recently, I have been experimenting with a recipe found on-line, and seems to be well received. The beauty of this breakfast fruit side is you can change it up many ways, using different fruits that suit, as well as yogurts.  I’ll present the latest version I laid down and pictured here in our Blair Pottery….. …
Baked Chicken Pesto
One of our pore popular “go to” dishes for dinners, large and small, was this easy to make dish – Baked Pesto Chicken. While this recipe reflects “4 servings” you can see how easy it is to up the servings, and we have made for groups in excess of 100!!! It is always well received, …
Monte Cristo Style Breakfast Casserole
Monto Cristo Style Breakfast Casserole Prep Time – 10 minutes Cook Time – 40 minutes Total Time – 50 to 60 minutes Servings – 6 (can double and use 9 x 13)   I came across this recipe, printed and saved, and only recently tried it out. Seems everyone enjoyed, even a group who laughed …
Creamy Tomato Soup
I had a request for this recipe recently. Interesting as we haven’t done dinner meals here the past few years, so this person remembered one of our more popular soups (and there were several), and the Innkeeper promised to add it to our Recipe Blog. Let me say there are MANY Creamy Tomato Soups, and …
Coconut Lime Creme Recipe
One of the more popular recipes we use was discovered at a past PAII Innkeepers Conference some years ago in Charleston, SC. I attended a presentation by a former innkeeper who presented this dish, and offered up her breakfast book for sale, which is now in our library. Coconut Lime Creme from “The Art of …