Friday, March 13, 2009

The Inn at Thorn Hill's Easter Brunch


Inn at Thorn Hill's Easter Brunch


Chef John Russ is excited about the Inn's Easter Sunday Brunch. The brunch will be in stations and start at 11:00am until 3:00pm on April 12th, 2009 in Jackson, New Hampshire. The cost of brunch is $28 per person with children under 12 at half price. Children 5 and under will be free. Reservation are necessary and can be made by calling us at 1-800-289-8990 or 383-4242. Reservations can also be made by email at stay@innatthornhill.com
Hope to see you and take a look at our menu.

Smoked Salmon with Accoutrements
Wild and Local Mixed Lettuces
Red Lentil and Bacon Salad
New Potato and Grained Mustard Salad
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Shrimp and Chicken Etoufee
Risen Potato Souffle
Spring Cabbage with Ham
Green Bean Casserole
Rosemary Roasted Potatoes
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French Style Omelet Station to include:
Artisinal Cheeses, Fresh Vegetables, Smoked Pork
and Fresh Seafood
Quiche Lorraine with Hollandaise Sauce
Carving Station with Spring Lamb and Beef Loin
with Accoutrements
Salmon in Puff Pastry
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Pasta Station
with Fresh House Made Pastas
Sausages, Shrimp, Chicken, Vegetables, Dandelions and Sauces
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Dessert Station
Strawberries Jubilee with House Made Doughnuts
Petit Fours, Cremes, Candies, Cakes and Chocolates

1 comment:

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