In the time-honored tradition of sharing recipes, the award-winning chefs of Unique Inns invite you to taste their favorite selections. Home-style comfort foods, exotic dishes and twists on classics, all inspired by seasonal ingredients.
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Cold, refreshing, slightly spicy, and sweet—this is a great soup for awakening the palate on a late summer afternoon before a dinner of grilled vegetables and barbecued portobellos, followed by strawberry shortcake. – From Stanford Inn by the Sea
It's not hard to see why this Vegan Potato Pancake Stack recipe from Portland's White House is a guest favorite! Impressive looking, delicious tasting and easily adaptable... – From Portland's White House
Try this recipe for whole food that's easy to spread. Watch the Stanford Inn's Jeff and Sid prepare this spread on Good Day Sacramento! – From Stanford Inn by the Sea
Spice things up with this recipe for Jalepeno Cornbread from Stanford Inn's Ravens' Restaraunt featured in Men's Journal. – From Stanford Inn by the Sea
The flavors of this carrot dish from the Jacksonville Inn blend together in a beautiful and unexpected way. – From Jacksonville Inn
Spaghetti squash is a great alternative to pasta, especially with the emergence of gluten-free and low-carb diets. No wonder it’s called vegetable spaghetti, vegetable marrow, or noodle squash. – From The Inn at El Gaucho
Sunset Magazine recently named the Stanford Inn by the Sea as “the Most Pet-Friendly Vacation”. They make traveling with your pet easy and fun. Visit them the Inn this Spring as they celebrate pets and their owners! And, make their jerky recipe for a healthy and safe treat for your dog. – From Stanford Inn by the Sea
Think making 5 star risotto at home is impossible? Think again! Innkeeper and Executive chef Maurizio Paparo has generously shared his Risotto with Asparagus recipe that i... – From Excelsior Inn
This popular Shelburne Inn recipe is collaboration with a friend of innkeeper Laurie Anderson, who used to make Lefse together. On one occasion Laurie paid meticulous attention to every step of the production and wrote the recipe down. – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub
A wonderful treat on a rainy fall day, this nutritious soup is a great way to make use of abundant local squash. For a personalized presentation, swirl with cream or a flavored oil and top with seeds, sprouts or fresh herbs. – From Campbell House
Warm, comforting and sure to get you through the day's adventures, this hearty potato dish works for breakfast or lunch. Serves as a tasty side to omelets or any other breakfast favorite for up to six people. – From Inn at Occidental