Wow! This recipe tastes as enchanting as it sounds. The French have a way with food and sauces that can’t be beat. Combine the Chateaubriand with the potato soufflé and top both with this rich yet elegant Bordelaise sauce and you’ll think you are in the south of France. Choose your wine to match. You won’t even need dessert because you’ll be delightfully satisfied.
The setting is perfect for these restaurants and shops. They were built right beside the Little Pigeon River and we can hear the water running over the tops of big rocks there. There are trees and birds all over the property. The big country store has anything you can imagine with apples on it or in it and even apples themselves to buy. A new fun store has hard cider with many different flavors to try. After eating your meal you can find the candy and ice cream stores very satisfying too. Have fun and make it an evening not just a meal.
While in Orlando we visited a wonderful little Tea Room called Kuppa Thyme. It took us about an hour but I’ll do it again. All the food was so fresh and tasty and the teas were served hot or cold, I had both!
Local is always best when it’s as good as this. Next time I will try the cheesecake. Or maybe the rainbow cake! Yum
My friend, Joy Limbach, took me to her favorite restaurant in Hilton Head, SC. It was so good it was worth the 6 hour drive to get here. The music is loud and the walls and decor even louder. But the food is so good people stop talking and just eat!!
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We have been to Germany several times and this is the best restaurant I’ve ever found in the USA that tastes and feels like you are actually there. As we sat at one of the little tables with our friends Bob and Evelyn Barnard, who had taken two tours in Germany while with the army, we enjoyed reliving our visits over there and tried to use the few words we remembered. The first time we ever ate jagerschnitel was in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. We had been driving all day and by now it was dark and we were very hungry. There were no fast food places and not many restaurants to choose from. Finally in the dark we saw lights from windows of a restaurant I can’t remember the name of. We parked the car and walked a short distant and when we opened the door there was music and singing and dancing and everyone was so happy to see us. It was like they had been expecting us to join their party and we were running late. What a fun evening and a perfect way to end our day of travel.
I enjoyed our afternoon in Chestnut Hill eating country food, shopping the General Store and eating pinto bean pie that tasted like pecan pie. It’s so easy to make. You should try it.