Roasted Brussels Sprouts: Our Recipe

Are you searching for a side dish to impress your guests? Give our super simple roasted Brussels sprouts recipe a try! Here’s how we make in in our cabin kitchen: We cook our double smoked bacon nice and crispy. We add (pre-chopped and blanched) Brussels and brown them. We then add fava beans, a little vegetable stock and we season ...

Rhubarb Jam: A How-To

Have you been wondering what to do with your harvested rhubarb? Take it from us, rhubarb jam is one delicious option! How is it made? Here’s the recipe we use, right from our cabin kitchen: Ingredients 1 lb. rhubarb 50 g brown sugar 100 mL sherry vinegar 1 cinnamon stick 2 cloves star anise 1 fresh bay leaf Directions Add ...

Longer Lasting Ingredients: A How-To

Do you struggle with buying fresh food and having it go bad? You can definitely go the everything-in-the-fridge soup route or you can check out these ideas from Chef Inny! Here are some of his tips to getting the most life out of your fresh ingredients: Herbs: For most commonly used herbs (think thyme, parsley, sage, tarragon) wash and dry ...

Summer Salads: Tips from the Kitchen

What’s the secret to a delicious summer salad? The chefs in our kitchen say that 2 things are key: keep it raw and keep it seasonal. How do you decide what to add to your plate? At this time of year, some of the best strawberries, asparagus and radishes are available. Add any kind of vinegar, salt and greens to ...

What’s New On Our Farm This Year?

Our farm provides 80% of the fruit and vegetables for the kitchen in the summer months. Spanning four acres, the farm helps to reduce our carbon footprint, increases our guests’ experience and enriches the resort’s natural beauty and charm. What's new on the farm this year? Well seed: We’ve been working hard to develop our own seedling program in the ...

Farm to Table: How To Get It Right

Farm to table is a movement that’s been growing in recent years, from restaurants to grocery stores to your dining room table. Many of us are prioritizing what our families put in their mouths and learning what it means to be more conscious about where our food comes from. So how do you put a farm-to-table philosophy into practice? Here ...