Tag Archives: Specialties of the House

“Specialties of the House”: Cranberry Conserve

 Many years ago, I attended a cooking class for Thanksgiving dishes.  One of the recipes we did at that class was Cranberry Conserve and every year since, it has been on my Thanksgiving meal menu! This conserve is so easy … Continue reading

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“Specialties of the House”: A Fall Favorite- Broccoli Cornbread!

It is hard to believe that summer is gone and fall is upon us!  I do love the coziness of fall, all of the colors and textures and wonderful smells!  So I can’t say that I am sad that fall … Continue reading

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“Specialties of the House”: Grilled Rosemary Lamb Chops

Several of my Easter lunch guests ask me for my Grilled Rosemary Lamb Chop recipe.  I thought some of you might also enjoy this traditional Easter favorite from Chestnut Cottage! I like to buy the Australian racks of lamb from … Continue reading

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“Specialties of the House”: S’mores, S’mores, S’mores!

As I said a few days ago…I love fall and I love fall entertaining. Picnics, tailgating, fall dinner parties, dining “fall alfresco”!  And one fall “speciality of the house” is the S’Mores Crème Brulee, from THE COLLECTED TABLETOP.  Just in … Continue reading

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Specialties of the House: Heirloom Tomatoes!

Late summer and early fall always bring a bounty of heirloom tomatoes to Chestnut Cottage.  Not from my garden of course (as I only grow flowers!), but from the local farmers market. Heirlooms are so-called because their seed have been … Continue reading

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