Recipes from Carolina Bed & Breakfast

Fresh Carolina peaches in the summer; herbs picked from the garden outside the kitchen door; tomatoes warm from the sun; local Western North Carolina apples in the fall; home baked cookies, muffins and bread; jams, pickles and chutneys, prepared on the premises: here at our Asheville inn, our bed and breakfast recipes often feature locally produced, seasonal foods.

We believe that the trade-off for convenience in using processed, ready-made foods and mixes is the loss of flavor and quality in the final product. Part of the experience of staying at our inn in Asheville is being pampered with excellent North Carolina recipes, homemade breakfasts, evening hors d’oeurves, and bedtime sweets.

With that in mind, the following recipes are provided for you to enjoy at home and include some of our guests’ favorites. Easy to prepare and serve, we hope they will make you think of our Asheville hospitality here at the Carolina Bed & Breakfast.  For more recipes please visit our blog, The Kitchen Garden  You may also enjoy #Fridaynightbites on Twitter.

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Our Guests Say...

Breakfasts were stunningly beautiful and sinfully delicious.

— Steve, Hillsborough, NC

Wow! this is one terrific B&B! The host and hostess were welcoming and informative. the breakfasts, every one, were five-star stuff – creative and delicious! Stay here, you will have a marvelous time and come away with great memories!

— Mary Ann, Palm Springs, CA

A Note from Your Host…

Happy 2017!

Everyone here at the Carolina Bed & Breakfast wishes you a year of prosperity and happiness. Last year was not without its challenges for Asheville and Western North Carolina but the smoke from the forest fires has cleared and the town continues to welcome everyone in a spirit of tolerance and acceptance.  We hope that you will consider visiting us and letting us share our town with you.

Asheville in the winter offers quiet streets and stores, fewer crowds at the Biltmore and nearby winter sports including skiing.

Asheville in the spring starts in late February or early March with snowdrops and crocuses, swiftly followed by gardens filled with daffodils and flowering trees.

Asheville in summer is a non-stop adventure with something new on every street corner, river rafting, mountain hikes, festivals and music abound.

Asheville autumn is a glorious display of colorful trees with warm days and cool nights to enjoy.

So come and visit us this year and let us show you our town! And until then, bring a touch of the Carolina Bed & Breakfast to your home with a purchase of my cookbook, Our Family Table: Recipes and Lessons From A Life Abroad.  It contains many of the recipes our guests enjoy and request at our inn as well as some easy recipes for small or larger groups.  You can order it on Amazon or by following the links on this page.