Much like for Benjamin Buford ”Bubba” Blue, Lieutenant Dan Taylor and Forrest Gump, we find shrimp, and their faithful sidekick grits, a moveable feast of endless possibilities.
Simplicity serves breakfast every morning to Inn guests. Inn guests, their guests, and diners not lodging at The Inn are welcome for regular dinner service. We also hosts numerous private celebrations, parties and events throughout they year. See Reviews & Testimonials from Inn guests, local and traveling diners.
This zucchini & potato quiche casserole is a favorite of Inn guests. The farm-fresh organic eggs make a huge difference, the shredded potatoes and crust add smoke & bite, the onions, mustard and artisan goat cheese pretty much sing.
In Cookin’ Up A Storm, Jane Lee Rankin pays a loving tribute to Annie Johnson, the family cook, teacher, lifelong friend and African American woman who introduced the author to the world of traditional Southern cooking.
The New Southern Garden Cookbook: Recipes for Enjoying the Best from Homegrown Gardens, Farmers’ Markets, Roadside Stands and CSA Farm Boxes
Our State: Down Home in North Carolina celebrates the people and places that make this state great. From the mountains to the coast, we feature North Carolina travel, history, folklore and beautiful scenic photography. Since 1933, Our State has shared stories about North Carolina with readers both in state and around the world.
WNC magazine is a celebration of everything you love about Western North Carolina – outdoor adventures, colorful arts and entertainment, rich histories, gorgeous homes, dining, and little-known stories about the people of our unique region.
Southern Living, instant recipes, decorating ideas, gardening tips, and travel destinations for Southern life. Southern Living celebrates the best of life in the South, both in our content and through publications and programs that enrich the lives of more than 15 million devoted readers.
A monthly consumer magazine with a paid circulation of more than 650,000 and a readership of more than 1.6 million. Since 1948, the magazine has been mailed to the members of North Carolina’s electric cooperatives.