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The Creek House kitchen

I have been remiss.  With eleventy bazillion photos of the Creek House all over this website and also www.maggievalleycottage.com, I didn’t realize I skipped pictures of my hands-down favorite place to be – in the kitchen! Now, this is not a dream house magazine spread designer gourmet kitchen.  Far from it.  It isn’t snazzy.  But […]

Poached Eggs

Confessions of an Innkeeper: I’ve had my B&B since 1998, I’m 58 years old, and today I poached an egg for the first time in my life. I’m astonished how fast, how simple, how easy – and why in the world have I been so intimidated by this??!? Nevermore! Break an egg (cold & fresh) […]

Butternut Squash Soup because Judy asked…

I have a wonderful bride, named Judy. She and John were married here about a year and a half ago, and they recently moved to this area. (Recently, as in 27 days ago.) Judy and I have been having a great time going out and about and exploring the mountains together. One of our trips […]

Picnic baskets, they way they oughta be

Ok, I’d like to think I’m fairly intelligent, but have to admit that it took me fifteen years (that’s right, years) to finally figure out that when folks leave here with a picnic basket, it should be a memento of their time in the mountains, not a Made in China purchase. Good heavens. Years. Yesterday, […]

Buttermilk Pancakes – light as air and lots tastier

The meringue makes the pancakes say, “Poof!” when they hit the griddle.

s’More Apples

teeny tiny itty-bitty micro mini squishy marshmallows

Just a plain breakfast, please

I just love this Southern man to pieces – he wants sweet tea at every meal.

A little team-building…

Foodies at Disney’s Food & Wine Festival

Recipe for Annette’s Wedding Breakfast

Chapelure is just French for ‘bread crumbs’. To the best of my knowledge, nobody else calls their oven-baked French toast ‘bread crumbs’, so if you’re offered chapelure anyplace besides Timberwolf Creek… well… you might want to get more information!

Blueberry Scones for Larry

Larry’s recipe for blueberry scones: “Take one part Red head, add sad puppy eyes and viola! Scones appear!” Well.  Ok.  It works for Larry, anyway.

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