The golden days of autumn have begun to fade now, slipping inexorably towards the beginning of winter and as the days have grown shorter I have started to make small adjustments to our home searching for cosy new throws for our bedrooms and extra candles to shimmer on the Breakfast table to brighten the winter days ahead. Little winter treats but maybe these three simple ideas will inspire you to tackle the days ahead as winter arrives there is even a special word for it Hygge.
One thing that puts the Breakfast “B” into B&B is the full British Breakfast to start the morning. It must be said the full English cooked Breakfast is mostly a holiday treat now in the British Isle for a more leisurely start to the day for guests, as the gulls call outside and the scent of the sea is in the air.
The other morning our guests arrived at nicely paced intervals and so I was able to take a few snaps of the breakfast, as I cooked while our guests chatted over their first course around the long farmhouse table. Maybe my gallery of photos below will inspire you to try one! Continue reading “The B&B Breakfast – a peek into the kitchen” »
We serve a traditional farmhouse breakfast to our Bed and Breakfast guests at Ednovean Farm. It is designed to set you up for the day – or at least my guests assure me they won’t need any lunch afterwards (maybe the cream tea or the Pasty didn’t count!)
So how do we start to put together a menu for breakfast? Let’s look at the traditional ingredients. Continue reading “Breakfast at Ednovean Farm” »