Unique Recipes

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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Cumberland Sauce

Serve in a sauce dish as an accompaniment to your main dish. The sauce is especially delicious when served with the Turtleback Farm Inn's butterflied leg of lamb. – From Turtleback Farm Inn

Butterflied Leg of Lamb

This recipe for lamb is a favorite for Turtleback Farm Inn’s guests. Best of all it’s easy to make and has great flavor! – From Turtleback Farm Inn

Jalapeño Cornbread

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

Watermelon Tequila Cocktail

​Whether sipped on the beach or a porch, this cool, refreshing cocktail from the Bed and Breakfast Inn at La Jolla hits the spot! – From The Bed and Breakfast Inn at La Jolla

Root Beer Braised Pork Belly

Tu Tu’Tun Lodge’s guests love this bite size appetizer from chef Scott and the recipe couldn’t be easier. – From Tu Tu' Tun Lodge

White House Scones

Bake scones fit for a President with this easy and adaptable recipe from Portland's White House. – From Portland's White House

Syringa Blackberry Butter

This indulgent blackberry butter is the perfect condiment any time you want to treat yourself. It also makes a great gift if you want to treat someone else. – From River Dance Lodge

Jacksonville Inn Carrots

The flavors of this carrot dish from the Jacksonville Inn blend together in a beautiful and unexpected way. – From Jacksonville Inn

Cinnamon Nut Pancakes

If you can't stay at the Bed & Breakfast Inn at La Jolla, make their cinnamon nut pancakes for a taste of life at the beach! – From The Bed and Breakfast Inn at La Jolla

Cinnamon Eggnog Scones

These cinnamon eggnog scones are perfect with a hot cup of coffee, cocoa or tea and just the thing to help keep your tummy full and keep you toasty warm in wintertime. – From Eden Vale Inn

Mexican Wedding Cake

Not just for weddings, these cakes are perfect for any get together. However, be prepared - everyone will want the recipe! – From The Wine Country Inn - Napa Valley

Baked Apple Upside Down French Toast

This french toast recipe is fantastic because it tastes like a combination of basic french toast and the best apple pie you've ever had. – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub

Sautéed Spaghetti Squash

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

Sea Lettuce-Crusted Wild Sockeye Salmon with Sauted Vegetables

Sea lettuce can be a bit tricky to source, but can be found in specialty stores where the edible green algae is sought after for its high protein, dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. – From Sooke Harbour House Resort Hotel

Wild Chanterelle Mushroom, Walnut and Summer Savoury Soup with Nasturtium Flower Cream

Chanterelles provide a wonderful earthiness to the flavour of this soup, but feel free to experiment with other exotic varieties. The key is freshness. – From Sooke Harbour House Resort Hotel

Pumpkin French Toast

This Fall breakfast favorite from the Bed and Breakfast Inn at La Jolla is easy to make and tastes (and smells) delicious. Make this French toast even more special by serving it with candied walnuts and fresh whipped cream. – From The Bed and Breakfast Inn at La Jolla

Grandma's Bread

A healthy, hearty and delicious bread recipe from the Steamboat Inn’s first cookbook, Thyme and the River. – From Steamboat Inn

Prosciutto and Bleu Cheese Salad

Chef Lorraine Smith's recipe for the best salad ever, discovered at River Dance Lodge's Syringa Cafe and recently featured by Idaho Magazine. – From River Dance Lodge

Gluten Free Pancakes

This recipe from Overleaf Lodge makes fabulous fluffy pancakes. Try using applesauce instead of oil for an even healthier version! – From Overleaf Lodge & Spa

Presidential Quiche

This quiche from Portland’s White House is the perfect thing for brunch of lunch. Serve on a pretty pie plate for a summertime showstopper. – From Portland's White House

Pork Gravy for Biscuits and Gravy

Stuck on what to make for dinner? Serve this scrumptious pork gravy over biscuits for a hearty, mouth watering meal. – From Black Walnut Inn & Vineyard

Corned Beef Hash topped with Poached Eggs (two)

True comfort food. This delicious hash from the Black Walnut Inn is great for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. – From Black Walnut Inn & Vineyard

Sweet Potato Jerky

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

Asian Sausage Rolls

Give sausage rolls an Asian twist with this delicious recipe from the Shelburne Inn. – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub

Syringa Frosty Pumpkin Pie

Try this new spin on an old classic for a taste of something delightfully different! – From River Dance Lodge

Triple Cinnamon Scones

Cinnamon lovers unite! This Triple Cinnamon Scone recipe is one of the most requested at the McCloud Hotel. – From McCloud Hotel

Rhubarb Raspberry Linzer Torte

This fresh and tasty tart-like dessert shared with us by Laurie Anderson of the Shelburne Inn is every bit as delicious as it looks - and it looks amazing! – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub

Cranberry Almond Streusel Bars

One of Innkeeper Laurie Anderson's favorite recipes, this Cranberry Almond Streusel Bar recipe has everything you could want in a bar - the perfect ratio of topping to shortbread crust and a delicious slightly tart, sweet flavor. – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub

Spring Salad with Tulip Petal Salad Dressing

This stepped up Spring salad from Edward Tuson and Sinclair Philip of Sooke Harbour House is simply delightful! – From Sooke Harbour House Resort Hotel

Shelburne Wassail

In a state known for its apple crop, and the Long Beach Peninsula, known for its cranberries, it’s only natural for the Shelburne Inn to serve this traditional and heart-warming holiday drink. – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub