Many people ask for this recipe. I found the original recipe in Bon Appetite, but over the years the recipe has morphed into my own. I use only frozen fruit as it holds up better than fresh fruit, and is more to my liking than dried fruit. But anything is possible, and I encourage you to morph
Rich buttermilk biscuits with a hint of lavender. These biscuits are served frequently at George Washington Inn with butter and a variety of lavender jams. We also have the mix available for purchase in our gift shop.
A beautiful and delicous dessert that shows off the Pacific Northwest summer stone fruit. May be made with apricots, peaches or pluots.
This is a coffee cake recipe handed down to me by my grandmother. She made it every year when the Episcopal Bishop visited their small church in East Helena, Montana
Cilantro, black beans, fresh heirloom tomatoes, Walla Walla Sweet Onions, and roasted peppers married together to mimic the flavors of the south. Finished with avocado and a poached egg.
Peach, Banana & Yogurt make a quick tasty addtiion to breakfast
I found a vendor at our Orcas Island Farmers Market who had a variety of island apples that were slightly imperfect and I did make my Apple Butter. This year B&B friends gave me a box of Cameo apples for my apple butter from their organic orchard in Walla Walla, WA, and I now have another
Cherry Coconut Bars are a Christmast tradition in Julie's family. This recipe comes from her Aunt Bette, who is 90 years old and still baking these each year for family and friends.
To give the banana bread a yummy banana flavor, I take over ripe bananas and freeze them. When I'm ready to make banana bread I defrost the bananas, which are very gooey but make up into a delicious moist banana bread.
Beautiful and delicious baked entree! Perfect for brunch. You may vary the fillings to suit your own taste. Will hold for up to 60 minutes on a warm pan and covered.