Well it was not exactly a home tour. It was billed as a Kitchen Tour
and it was benefiting a very worthy cause. These folks raise money to grant wishes to ill children. So, I would have gone anyway.....but when I read: The Finest Homes and Chefs..I was a shoo- in.
Another house served beef tenderloin sandwiches, kale and sausage soup and a tasty dessert.
The table was also set. Fragrant sprigs of rosemary adorning each plate.
I really did like this place
It had old world charm every where you looked.
Especially in the powder room.
This chef, in yet another house,was from a very elegant restaurant in town called Grace
Oh, did I mention that there were desserts here and there,
and even an ice cream trolley on one of the porches.
and oh, incidentally, I simply adore chefs
Oops! I noticed when I got back home, that the ticket had printed on it: No cameras in the houses.
My sister and I had such a fun time, and I hope to attend next year, but since I am usually a rule follower, I guess there will be no pictures :( Janey