08 May 14
How many times have you found an intriguing potentially delicious recipe? You ponder its possibilities. You imagine how it will taste; then the inevitable question pops up: So what do I serve with it? Absent any suggestions, too many times that recipe is never prepared; it remains on the page, just a possibility. Any significant culinary experience involves more than one recipe – usually 3 to 4 working in concert. Thus the title of the Chanticleer Inn
cookbook, “Recipes Are Like Pearls…lovely, but not useful until strung together” by Ellen Campbell.
Another feature of this cookbook is a separate index for special dietary requirements, such as vegetarian, vegan, and gluten– or lactose-free. No more flipping through an entire cookbook, repetitively reading lists of ingredients to find a recipe that might suit a particular allergy or sensitivity. More than a mere compilation of recipes, this book is specifically designed and laid out to assist cooks to prepare a complete breakfast feast as served at the Chanticleer Inn.
This book is for all of Ellen’s guests and friends who wish to replicate a typical Ashland bed and breakfast repast as served at the Chanticleer Inn. Read More...