Tag Archives: B&B

Tater Tots?

While we had a full house this weekend; our guests were here for a seminar and had breakfast meetings.  This allowed me to use George as a guinea pig for a potential breakfast entrée.  Thankfully most of his “guinea pig” … Continue reading

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Deconstructed Turkey – Part II

This post was originally published in 2013 but thought it was worth a few more words.  Yesterday I was describing how I made my turkey to one of our guests.  She asked if she could watch as I prepared the … Continue reading

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Another Anniversary

  Last Thursday, March 31, 2016 I began my 14th year as an innkeeper.  14 YEARS!  Where did the time go.  I must be having a good time for these years to go by as quickly as they have.  And for those … Continue reading

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Winter is Coming – Bring on the New Recipes!

I shudder to think how long it has been since I posted on this blog.  Between being very busy with guests ( a good thing!) and almost equally busy with my volunteer work for Corrales MainStreet; I have not had … Continue reading

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Healthy Donuts

Healthy Donuts?  Isn’t that an oxymoron?  Not when you see these!  Ok, maybe not healthy with a capital H but healthier than fried.  About a year ago I came across a recipe for baked donuts.  I thought those would be … Continue reading

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Apricots Are Here!

Local apricots are back in season and readily available which means my guests are experiencing broiled apricots with cranberry orange relish as the fruit course at breakfast.  They were on the menu this morning and a guest loved them so much … Continue reading

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Pico de Gallo

It’s almost May and I am looking forward to fresh local produce.  As a rule, I make a real effort to cook with foods that are in season in the area.  January, February, March and April are the worst months for … Continue reading

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