Sunday Supper tomorrow, the last day of the month will be Pork Paillard (pounded, breaded and fried pork loin) along with rice and beans. For starters, fish cakes with aioli sauce, and for dessert, Sopapilla. $15.00 prix fixe 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM Reservations are strongly encouraged!
Norway Pond is the centerpiece of Hancock. It marks the seasons – swimming in the summer time, skating in the winter, color in the fall. Those colors are just starting to creep in around the pond. Autumn in New England is something special.
The Welch Family Farm up the road from the Inn has been a protected part of the New Hampshire State Park system since about 1995. As with so many of the walks around here, after 10 minutes the world disappeared behind a curtain of wilderness. Good view of Skatutakee Mountain from the old farm.
Sunday Supper tomorrow night will be meatlof with onion gravy, mashed potatoes, and veg. For starters, fried potato skins. And, for dessert, home-made apple pie a la mode! $15.00 prix fixe (excluding beverage, tax and gratuity). 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM. Reservations are encouraged!
The Innkeepers’ Sunday Supper will be cold Gazpacho Soup followed by Chicken Chili and, then, Ice Cream for dessert! Muy beuno! $15.00 prix fixe (excluding beverage, tax and gratuity). 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Reservations are appreciated.
It is the 133rd Hancock Old Home Day this weekend. Festivities begin tomorrow evening and continue with a packed agenda all day Saturday and Sunday morning. Magic shows, ice cream social, the Annual 5k Betty Pels Run for the Honey race, pony rides, music, pie eating contest and chicken barbecue. And more music. And more food. What is Old Home Day? It’s a great returning – literally and figuratively. It’s…