Rebecca, our assistant innkeeper, and I created and tested this recipe together. It’s now one of our most popular dishes. Once you get the hang of making crepes, it’s easy to prep this dish
This recipe is so easy, it’s almost embarrassing to publish it but we get so many requests for it, I’m succumbing to the pressure and putting it out there. We have tweaked this a bit from the original, a recipe … Continue reading
Everyone in my family (except my dad) knows how to make quiche. Even my burly brothers have been serving up my mom’s original recipe since we were kids. I have to say it’s a pretty yummy quiche. That said, I’ve … Continue reading
If you’ve never had pannacotta, you’re in for a real treat. We have developed several different pannacotta recipes here at Auberge on the Vineyard, because it’s a light, fruit based dessert with European flair. It also can keep in the … Continue reading
Crepes are making a comeback! I’m quite surprised at how well crepes are received when served at Auberge on the Vineyard.
I know that I keep harping on the “house favorites” and it seems that every time we work on a recipe, it pushes an old favorite out of our “short list”. So far, I’m still in love with this clafouti … Continue reading
Amazingly, this has turned out to be one of our guests favorite breakfasts. Personally I think it’s the fresh herbs and champagne that make it fabulous.
This lasagna is a cross between lasagna al forno and lasagna bolognese. Although a common dish in Italy, I rarely see lasagna al forno on American menus, and it’s a real shame because it’s a much lighter pasta dish than … Continue reading
It never seems to amaze me how much people love to eat crepes. This is one of our most popular desserts, and because they are so versatile, it’s always fun to come up with different ideas for fillings. Shown here … Continue reading
This dip works with crackers, crostini, vegetables and might even be pretty good in an omelette (I’ll have to try that!)