Tag: recipes

Making Murray Cookies on the Island at the Carolina Bed & Breakfast

Cooking with Susan! A Series of Cooking Classes at the Carolina Bed & Breakfast

Filed under: Carolina Bed and Breakfast, Our Family Table, Specials, Things to Do, Wine and Food

I am really delighted to announce that we will be offering a series of cooking classes at the Carolina Bed & Breakfast this winter.  Cooking with Susan: Lessons and Recipes from a Life Abroad takes place on select Wednesdays and Thursdays in January and March 2017. Each week offers a different series of foods to… Read more »

The Sausage Roll

Filed under: recipes

Well, my parents are nearing the end of their long hike. The daily updates have been wonderful, mostly recaps on the weather, how they have honed their bog-traversing skills – and lots and lots of talk about food and what they have been eating. When you hike 16 miles in a day, you get to… Read more »

Thanksgiving Breakfast Recipes from Our Bed & Breakfast

Filed under: Carolina Bed and Breakfast, recipes, Thanksgiving

You have a house full of people for the holidays and, while you know for sure what you are making for Thanksgiving Dinner, what are you going to give them for breakfast?  It needs to be easy, it needs to be fast and it needs to be filling enough to keep them going until that… Read more »

The WNC Cheese Trail

Filed under: Carolina Bed and Breakfast, Oh My CSA Contest, Outside Asheville, recipes, Things to Do, Wine and Food

A little known fact:  before  James and I decided to become innkeepers we looked into producing and selling goat cheese as a business. So when a little more than a year ago a number of small local dairy farmers and cheesemakers conceived of the WNC Cheese Trail to promote the cheese industry in Western North… Read more »

Oh My CSA! Win a Stay at the Carolina Bed & Breakfast!

Filed under: Carolina Bed and Breakfast, Oh My CSA Contest, recipes, Things to Do

Summer is here and with it lots of fresh fruits and vegetables.  One way to take advantage of all that is out there and try some new foods is to purchase a CSA share.  (CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture. )  Essentially you purchase a share in the crop from a local farm and every… Read more »