Fall Arrives at the Inn with Farmstand Apple Soup


It is officially nippy in the morning when we get up, so I made my first batch of hot farmstand apple soup to serve at breakfast tomorrow. You may remember a blog post about that last year when the recipe was featured on InnCuisine. Here’s a link to the recipe on BnBFinder, if you’d like to revisit the recipe. A great blend of sweet and tart apples from your local orchard or farmers market makes the most delicious blend – no sugar needed.

Jeanne & Jim at the
Thomas Shepherd Inn B&B in Shepherdstown, WV

2 thoughts on “Fall Arrives at the Inn with Farmstand Apple Soup

  1. Jeanne – With apple season in full swing, your Farmstand Apple Soup has been on my mind as of late. Although I haven't had a chance to make it yet this season, it's definitely on my list of must-makes.

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