This beautiful cookbook will take you on a delicious journey to the finest country inns and bed-and-breakfasts across the country, where recipes have been gathered to take back and recreate in your own kitchen. There are more than 90 recipes for breakfasts, brunches, afternoon teas, snacks, dinners, and desserts. The pear dessert that graces the cover would make an exceptional ending to a fall menu. It’s poached pears in a Grand Marnier sauce with a swirl of chocolate and fresh raspberries. Some other dishes perfect for autumn would be a bread pudding with whiskey sauce; pork tenderloin with maple-mustard sauce; cream of fennel soup with a touch of Pernod; or maple-pecan cookies.
If this book sounds good to you, here’s all you have to do to enter:
– Leave a comment here on the blog about a favorite country inn or bed-and-breakfast you have visited or one you would like to visit. That’s it, and you are entered!
-Cookbook giveaway is open to Continental USA only. Deadline to enter is this Sunday, November 2, 2014 at 9 pm CST. Winners will be chosen in a random drawing using random.org and notified by Monday, November 3, 2014.
Good luck!! Congratulations to last week’s winner of “The Candy Cookbook,” Amy M.
Port Townsend, WA has some of the most fantastic Bed and Breakfasts, such as the beautiful, historic F.W. Hastings House Old Consulate Inn. A memorable place to stay while visiting the scenic town of Port Townsend.
I honestly don’t know if it counts as either, but the Golden Plough Inn at Peddler’s Village is in a stunning country-like setting surrounded by little shops that sell all manner of country and non-country goods and delicious restaurants from pubs to family dining in Lahaska, Bucks County, Pa. I got to stay a weekend last year for my birthday and every moment was pure joy!
Oh! And this reminds me of one of my all-time favorite books, Tea Time at the Inn by Gail Greco 🙂
We are in the country, sorta, & have served as an inn from time to time…
I Love Bed and Breakfast Inns..they are so quaint and cozy. Love their food as well. Always delicious. Thank you for this offer, Debbie.
We love Fredericksburg TX with all the history, wineries and B&Bs. Our favorite is Austin Street Retreat.
We really enjoyed the week at the Madronna Manor in the CA wine country …. and I know you and Bill enjoyed your weekend there. Long ago … but it was our first time in wine country and it was terrific
I would love to add this to MY cookbook collection! I am sure it is full of comfort food recipes. 🙂
Oops! Got caught up in the cookbook and didn’t leave a correct response. lol
I would love to visit Miranda Lambert’s Bead & Breakfast which is just about 45 minutes from my home. 🙂
Why do breakfast at Country Inn’s and Bed and Breakfast’s always taste so good? The fresh air, the atmosphere, vacation? I’m sure the recipes will bring comfort to our homes. Thank you!
Miranda Lambert has an B&B, how exciting!! I haven’t been to a B&B since 1989. Yes, I need to get out more.
The lovely J. Patrick house in Cambria, California is a dream of mine. I hear one of the owners makes the best food and sends you to bed with huge, warm and delicious chocolate chip cookies.
I have only stayed at one Bed and Breakfast and that was back in the year 2000 in New Hampshire. Have no idea what the name of the place was, but it was very nice.
OMGOSH I love the York Harbor Inn in Maine! We stayed there the weekend before Xmas and there was thick snow on the ground, the Inn was soooo cozy and the dinners and breakfasts were amazing. It was so romantic too. I want to go back again this Xmas time! Thanks for the reminder and the giveaway!
We like going to the Featherbed Railroad Company — it’s a B&B with about 10 restored railroad cabooses! Lots of fun.
We have lots of wonderful Bed & Breakfast’s near here around the Finger Lakes Region of Western NY. One of our favorites is the Bella Rose.