The River Nest B&B (meaning owners Carol and Bill) have been busy in our gardens as fall approaches. The fall raspberries are just starting to ripen, and they are bigger and sweeter than the summer ones for some reason. The Dutches apple trees gave us some great applesauce and the Harleson are just starting to ripen. The Welthy did not do much this year. You will love Bill’s applesauce pancakes, with his own twist of a treat. So expect some fresh applesauce and fresh apple crisp and maybe even fresh apple pie on your visit.
The garden is yielding numerous tomatoes, peppers, onions and broccoli. All will be used in your breakfast in some manner. We are pretty much organic. I am not real high on organic per se, as I think there is much cheating and many of the organic places I have seen are not impressive at all. However, people seem to think it is better. Our small plot can be organic without much problem, so please enjoy your organic produce at The River Nest B&B. Carol has perfected sugar free, gluten free, meat free and even dairy free breakfasts as needed—hopefully not all at one breakfast though.
Fall sometimes brings foggy mornings. The picture at right shows an eerie morning foggy start—quite pretty at 7 am.
Start making plans to book for October and the leaf colors. We are beginning to fill up.