Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Today I am going to blog about the food that we have had here at the Greenville Inn. First of all it has been fantastic. You can tell from the first meal that Mark, the chef, loves what he does. He is also very accommodating if you have any special food allergies or dietary restrictions. Breakfast always has a special that changes everyday but you also have a small menu of choices that you can choose from. I tried the French toast the first morning which was very good, only topped by the special one day of French toast made with raisin bread. Wonderful. Lunch is on our own but you can order a lunch of a salad or sandwich if you don't want to leave the inn and go somewhere. Tina and I brought sandwich fixings, chips, salsa, and grapes so we were set for lunch. We have a small fridge in the room which makes that possible. Supper is always a 3 course meal, soup or salad, main course and dessert. Wonderful. This salad was topped with a wonderful raspberry vinegrette dressing.
Here was the chefs special jamacian chicken. Wonderful. The vegetables every night were prepared to perfection.
Dessert was always the grand finale of the meal. Sometimes homemade ice cream, carrot cake, or bread pudding. Oh and I forgot the cookie break at 2:30 every afternoon of fresh baked, warm out of the oven cookies the size of your face. Melt in your mouth delicious. If you are hungry around here it is your own fault. Many of the women have been here before and attest to the delicousness of the meals from year to year.

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