Sunday, August 12, 2012

Local Produce and Now our Local Baker

Last summer, our neighbor Ian Chin stopped by the B&B one Sunday morning with fresh bread and pastries.  Ian was about to start his studies at the Cordon Bleu after graduating from Syracuse University.  His love of baking was evident.  This summer he came back for a visit and agreed to bake some special breads and pastries for our guest.  Our guests this morning loved the "miche" and cinnamon pastries.  He also let us know about his "cooking channel" - 36 entertaining videos on baking.  If you like to bake or want to bake, we recommend Ian's channel:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzhbalM2XEA.

Christine and Ian share a smile and compliments from our guests.

Ian will be baking for us on the weekends until her returns to finish his studies at the Cordon Bleu.  

In the meantime, we will continue our commitment to local food - eggs from our local farmer, vegetables (today from our garden) and smoked meats from Nodines of Goshen, CT.



Friday, August 10, 2012

A Musical Feast in Litchfield Hills
Food, Wine and Opera Gala
September 8, 2012
Only 2 miles from Cornucopia at Oldfield Bed and Breakfast

A very special event to support the
Connecticut Summer Opera Festival


As our way of supporting this event, we will give you a 20% discount on your stay - just show us your event ticket.
Make your reservation on our website
www.cornucopiabnb.com or call us at 203 267 6772.