We are open and accepting hotel and restaurant guests, private events and tours of the property using every precaution to ensure safety. As health and safety guidelines continue to be refined by our local government, Stroudsmoor Country Inn will be adjusting accordingly. Our first priority is the safety and wellness
Whether you are preparing for a small gathering or the annual hoilday feast with your entire family, setting the table and knowing proper dining ettiquette will give you the confidence you need for a successful experience. Here are a few tips for a beautiful table setting and a quick reminder
Here are some easy steps from the Stroudsmoor Chefs for making the best turkey gravy at home: Clean, dress and cook your turkey as you do each year. When finished, remove from the oven and let rest at least 25 minutes. Transfer turkey to your carving board – keeping it
Good Knife – be sure to have a true carving knife—one with a long thin blade (10”) sharpened properly. A two-prong carving fork is suggested to complement the knife. Remove Thighs – find the stop where thighbones meet the body of the bird – slip your knife into the joint
Italian Easter Pie, also known as Pizzagaina, is a traditional part of Easter celebrations. Made fresh every year at Stroudsmoor Country Inn by Bernadette Pirone, the matriarch and executive chef of the Inn for over 35 years. This flaky, layered dish is an essential part of Italian Easter tradition, and
Neither wind, nor rain, nor gloom from fog will stay the Stroudsmoor Team from bringing in the 2019 Holiday Season with the annual lighting of the Stroudsmoor Mountain. Weather conditions aside, the Stroudsmoor Tree Lighting Celebration was enjoyed by many. With many plans under their belts, the Stroudsmoor Team made
Grilled, pan-fried, roasted, seared and served with delicate sauces and fresh sides . . . Beef is on the holiday menu says Chef “G”erard and Mrs. P. Here are some of the mouthwatering cuts served this holiday season at SCI – the Restaurant at Stroudsmoor Country Inn.
Join us this year on December 2nd for the lighting of the Stroudsmoor Mountain.
The tradition of setting the holiday table is not just to amaze your guests with china and crystal, but rather to impress upon them the tradition of hospitality and the blessings of family and friends. The table is the gathering place for a meal prepared by loving hands using recipes that have been passed on from generation to generation, the platform for good conversation to catch up on life and love, and a stage where a grand memory will play out and live on forever. From our house to yours, we wish you a blessed holiday season, The Pirone Family.