An apple a day keeps the doctor away. Or so they say.
But this recipe isn’t one of those. Loaded with “buttah” and “sugah” it is definitely not doctor’s orders. The scents and spices in this one remind me a lot of Fall. It’s a recipe from The Captain’s Inn that is a favorite of mine.
John and Arthur own and manage the Adora Inn, an early 1900’s Arts & Crafts style home blended with their touch of modern simplicity and elegance. Walking through the spacious living and into the adjoining dining room, you’ll notice the traditional Persian rugs gracing the hardwood floors, a candlelit fireplace accented with modern shaped furniture, and Arthur’s very own artwork adorning the walls.
A few weeks ago, I met a couple in Mount Dora that were taking a vacation from the vacation business. They are the innkeepers at the Penny Farthing Bed & Breakfast in St. Augustine. So, naturally, when we were driving through St. Augustine last week we had to stop in for a cup of coffee…