• RE: What did everyone cook today?

    I was off the hook from cooking over the weekend, since I was in the Smoky Mountains. We stayed at the oldest operating hotel/inn in Sevier County Tennessee. Its the Buckhorn Inn, which opened in 1938 and is just north of Gatlinburg. The Inn has their own chef and the stay includes made to order breakfast. They also do pre fixe diner, which is outstanding. We ate diner at the Inn on Friday night and hit a restaurant in town on Saturday. I’ve been going to the Smokies most of my life and this spring was the first time my wife and I stayed here. We liked it so much we book this passed weekend. IMHO it is the most relaxing place to stay in the Smokies. It’s a little step back in time and definitely a great place to treat your significant other. They also open dinner to the public, which can fill up quick.
    Friday breakfast was eggs Benedict with a slice of country ham and cheese grits
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    Friday night I was too busy scarfing down the food so no food pic, just the menu. The trout was awesome and locally sourced
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    Saturday breakfast was eggs over easy and my favorite breakfast meat, country ham one more time, with potatoes.
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    Saturday was pancakes with blueberry compote and bacon. This was the view every morning at breakfast and no it’s not photo shopped.
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    So I didn’t cook, but man did I eat! Back to reality

    posted in Bragging Board
  • RE: What did everyone cook today?

    I was off the hook from cooking over the weekend, since I was in the Smoky Mountains. We stayed at the oldest operating hotel/inn in Sevier County Tennessee. Its the Buckhorn Inn, which is north of Gatlinburg. The Inn has their own chef and the stay includes made to order breakfast. They also do pre fixe diner, which is outstanding. We ate at the Inn on Friday night and hit a restaurant in town on Saturday. I’ve been going to the Smokies most of my life and this spring was the first time my wife and I stayed here. We liked it so much we book this passed weekend. IMHO it is the most relaxing place to stay in the Smokies. Its a little step back in time and definitely a great place to treat your significant other. They also open dinner to the public, which can fill up quick.
    Friday breakfast was eggs Benedict with a slice of country ham and cheese grits
    20211025_191429.jpg
    Friday night I was too busy scarfing down the food so no food pic, just the menu. The trout was awesome and locally sourced
    20211025_191651.jpg
    Saturday breakfast was eggs over easy and my favorite breakfast meat, country ham one more time, with potatoes.
    20211025_191338.jpg
    Saturday was pancakes with blueberry compote and bacon. This was the view at every breakfast and no it’s not photo shopped.
    20211025_191106.jpg
    So I didn’t cook, but man did I eat!

    posted in Bragging Board
  • RE: Greek Sausage posted in Meat Processing
  • RE: Recruiting a New Meatgistics Member

    GWG8541 I will pray for them also and wish them great success.

    posted in General
  • RE: Bringing my A-game!

    Dr_Pain that looks amazing. Im betting it tasted even better than it looked.

    posted in Bragging Board
  • RE: What did everyone cook today?

    Surg congrats to you sir. I plan on trying this as soon as it cools off some. We’re still in the 80s.

    posted in Bragging Board
  • RE: Drink of Choice

    Surg hard to beat that right there. One of my favorite libations.

    posted in General
  • RE: What did everyone cook today?

    HerbcoFood I like a good whiskey cream over ice cream. This sounds awesome.

    posted in Bragging Board
  • RE: Bread Pudding by Claude

    Dr_Pain that looks delicious. Im going to give it a shot during the holiday season. I will have to take Chef recommendation on the dried cranberries since the wife will not eat raisins, especially in any recipe.

    posted in User Recipes
  • RE: October 23, 1983

    I would also like to thank all of our servicemen and women past and present.

    posted in Non-Food Related