Skip to content

Tilghman Island – Jeff’s creations (part III)

April 9, 2010

Yesterday I presented pictures from the Chesapeake Wood Duck Inn. Today I will talk to you about a delightful dinning experience.

Jeff cooks every morning a delicious breakfast, and every Saturday night a special dinner.  He advertises the menu on his blog which I added to my “culinary corner” links.

House Baked Baguette with Honey and Thyme

Jeff cooks, Kim helps and serves, paying attention to every detail. It is a pleasure talking to Jeff about food not only because he knows so much, but also because he loves what he does, and to love what you do is the first ingredient for success.

His effort was recognized by the Washington Post food critic Elissa Leibowitz Poma, who devoted the following article in the Style Section of the paper a few years ago.

Today I will present to you my pictures from Jeff’s breakfasts and Saturday Night dinner. You may also see them on their web page and maybe they look better there, but I was definitely too excited to experience and photograph those culinary delights.

Chesapeake Bay Rockfish

Furthermore, I met interesting people, and guess what Jeff suggested to me! To plan a Greek dinner in his Inn sometime in the future! Now that is an honor! I hope to do it some day. In the mean time take a look at my pictures.

1. Turkey sausage/ 2. Jeff’s fresh baked muffins/ 3. Banana bread to be used in a french toast dish

4. Fruit salad/ 5.  French toast with peaches and cream and the sausage/ 6. House Baked Baguette with Honey and Thyme

7. Chilled vietnamese spring rolls with peanut sauce. /8. Mixed green salad with herbs./9.Chesapeake Bay Rockfish.

10. Herbed tea./ 11. Lemon tart. / 12. Surprise breakfast in puff pastry, before baking./

13.  Fruit salad./14. Chocolate muffins./ 15.  The baked packet is full of tasty surprises, omelet, prosciutto, sun dried tomatoes and cilantro.

I also want to share with you a Wood duck Inn video where you can see Jeff and Kimberly in action.

Wood Duck Inn French Lemon Tart

Σας φιλω γλυκα!

Advertisements
6 Comments leave one →
  1. margarita permalink
    April 9, 2010 6:11 am

    OK..σημερα μου την εφερες κανονικοτατα.. πρωτον γιατι ειναι μπρεκφαστ ταιμ την ωρα που το διαβαζω, δευτερον γιατι λογω διαφορων εκτος προγραματος επσκεψεων το ψυγειο ειναι αδειο ( ενταξει σχεδον αδειο) και επειδη ειναι Παρασκευη… ειναι ολα μεχρι τις δυο κλειστα..
    οποτε το παιζω κι εγω .. φατε ματια ψαρια και κοιλια περιρδρομο.. με τις σπεσιαλιτε τουΤζεφ.. καλημερουδια λοιπον με γουργουρητα .

  2. April 9, 2010 7:43 am

    ο συνδυασμός νούμερο 5 με σκοτώνει, θεωρώ ότι είναι το πιο ασυνάρτητο πράγμα που έχω δοκιμάσει εβερ.
    το ψαράκι καλό φαίνεται όμως και τη μπαγκετούλα την φτιάχνει φρομ σκρατς ή απλά την ψήνει?

  3. elekat permalink
    April 9, 2010 11:26 am

    Χα!! Ευτυχώς σε διάβασα αφού είχα φάει κι έτσι δεν μούρθε η γνωστή τρελή λιγούρα!
    Τέλεια όλα φαίνονται αλλά εκείνη η lemon tart φαίνεται ότι καλύτερο!
    Ναί, να πας να τους κάνεις greek dinner να πάθουνε!!!

  4. April 9, 2010 11:38 am

    Πάλι στα φαγάκια το ρίξατε βλέπω. Καλημερούδια υπο βροχήν και υπ ατμόν!!!!

  5. Marthaki permalink
    April 9, 2010 11:11 pm

    Ολα φαινονται πολυ ωραια. Μου αρεσε το βιντεο, σου δινει μια πολυ καλη εικονα.
    Καλο σου Σ/Κ!!!!

  6. April 10, 2010 3:12 am

    Καλημερουδια, ες αυριον τα σπουδαια.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: