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.
Displaying 61-73 of 73 recipes.
Christmas baking wouldn't be complete without a batch of fantastic gingerbread! Experience the festive richness, texture and old-fashioned good taste of this dreamy gingerbread recipe from the Shelburne Inn. – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub
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
When Tony and Ann Kischner took over the restaurant at The Shelburne Inn in 1981, their new chef became ill on opening night. David Campiche, the Innkeeper, who resided at the inn with his family at that time, offered his help. – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub
This recipe is quick, easy, and very tasty. Almonds, walnuts, pecans, coconut, sesame seeds and honey are just a few of the delectable ingredients that make this the most delicious and nutty granola out there, you won't be disappointed. – From Inn at Occidental
Want to make perfect buttermilk pancakes? Keep it simple! Everyone loves these easy Oregon Buttermilk Pancakes. They are wonderfully thick with a light, fluffy texture, and the delicious flavor only hints at the richness of the buttermilk. – From Pine Ridge Inn
Pavlova is an Aussie dessert. Innkeeper Bill Fletcher homesteaded in Australia for a few years, so this is one of his favorites. This is a natural for us because we often use Hollandaise at the inn. – From Turtleback Farm Inn
Traditionally, these buns are served for breakfast on Good Friday. Because the innkeepers at the Shelburne Inn like them so much, they are served all Easter week, as they are a festive addition to the breakfast table, with a cross on top, and shiny with their sugar glaze coating. – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub
This flavorful quiche is served to guests of the Cottage Grove Inn providing a delicious and filling start to a day exploring wine country. Create this savory classic at home to wow your own guests. – From Cottage Grove Inn
Many of our Overleaf Lodge guests request recipes of our breakfast items. Here is the yummy scone recipe that so many of you devour during your stays with us. Give it a try and add one of your favorite fruits (dried or fresh) or nuts. – From Overleaf Lodge & Spa
Made fresh daily and served in the lobby at the Pine Ridge Inn, these cookies are a favorite among guests. Treat yourself to the warm comfort of homemade coconut oatmeal c... – From Pine Ridge Inn
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
What could be better than spending a warm summer afternoon picking plump, perfectly ripe blackberries? Enjoying the Shelburne Inn's No Trespassing Blackberry Pie! With a flaky golden crust and prefectly tart filling, this classic crowd pleaser is so tasty it's worth the brambles and purple-stained fingers. – From The Shelburne Inn, Restaurant & Pub