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Carriage Corner B&B
3705 E. Newport Road
Intercourse PA, 17534
Local call: 717-768-3059
Toll free: 1-800-209-3059

Gordon & Gwen Schuit

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"Your home among the Amish"
Located in Intercourse, affectionately called, “Capital of the Amish” or "Quilt Capital of the World"; described as a “quaint country Village that doesn’t exist anyplace else anymore” --- with a myrid of 100 shops and galleries.

“A visit to Carriage Corner is a perfect introduction to the original concept of B&B: affordable lodging, genuine hospitality, delicious food, and immaculate housekeeping.” Sandra Soule, Travel Writer

  • Setting:      Town
  • Rooms :     5
  • Cottages :  0
  • Rates:        $68 -89
  • Jacuzzis:     0
  • Fireplaces: 0
  • Children:    7+
  • Arrange Dinner with Amish Family
  • Robes, Ironing Board, Dryer, Guest
  • Cable TV in Room
  • Gazebo and Back Deck
  • Lancaster Co. Meandering

    Lancaster County Meandering - $272 (inclu. tax)
    -Two Nights at Carriage Corner B&B and two country breakfasts
    -Gift Certificate for two at Plain and Fancy Restaurant or dinner in
    an Amish Home (when available)
    -"Taste of Lancaster" Gift Basket from Intercourse Canning Co.
    -Buggy Ride for two at Aaron & Jessicas
    -Two tickets for The Amish Experience Theater ("Jacobs's Choice")
    -Use of Cassette Auto Tour and Map: "Journey Into Amish Life"

    Our Recipes

    Oatmeal Pancakes

    Combine in a large bowl:
    4 cups rolled oats (long cooking)
    1 cup flour
    ¼ cup sugar
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    2 teaspoons baking soda
    Pinch salt

    Combine in smaller bowl:
    4 cups (1 quart) buttermilk
    4 eggs, beaten
    ½ cup melted butter or oil
    2 teaspoons vanilla

    Add liquid all at once to dry ingredients. Stir with a fork to blend. Do not over beat. Let stand 30-45 minutes. Batter will thicken (if too thick, add a little more milk). Cook on hot griddle.

    Lancaster County Omelet

    3 eggs for normal omelet (or 2 pending preference)
    1/4 tea. butter (or spray with Pam)
    1 slice ham, cut in half
    2 heaping tbsp. grated cheeses of choice (i.e. cheddar and Swiss mix)
    1-2 tbl. Corn Relish from the Jam & Jelly Kitchen of Kitchen Kettle Village, Intercourse, PA (800) 732-3538

    1.Lay 1/2 slice of ham on a plate, place corn relish and cheese evenly on top of it. Place in a microwave oven.

    2.Heat oil in omelet pan or spray with Pam.

    3.Beat eggs well to aerate, season with salt and pepper, and pour into pan. As eggs cook, lift edge and let uncooked egg run underneath.
    4.Cook ham/corn relish/cheese for 15 seconds to warm and melt cheese.

    5.Turn egg to cook on other side.

    6.Place ham/corn relish/cheese on half of egg. Cook omelet until done. Fold other half over ham/corn/cheese and slide onto plate.

    We often serve with scones, herb seasoned stone ground grits, slice of ham and cut fruit.

    Fresh Tomato and Basil Frittata

    1 med. Tomato, chopped
    ¼ c. chopped, fresh basil
    8 oz. Sharp Cheddar cheese, grated
    4. oz. Monterey Jack cheese, grated
    1 Tbl. Flour
    6 eggs, beaten
    ½ c. half and half
    1tsp. Worcestershire Sauce

    Toss grated cheddar with flour. Place in greased pie plate. Sprinkle grated Jack over the top. Pour half & half into eggs, add Worcestershire Sauce, mix well and pour over cheeses. Sprinkle chopped tomato and basis over egg mixture and bake at 350 degrees for 35-40 minutes. Can be made 12 hours in advance of baking. 8 servings.

    Note: One can use up to a 10 eggs. It is also possible to sauté zucchini, onion, garlic, mushrooms, then add spinach and fresh herbs (oregano, parsley, basil) cooking spinach until limp; after vegetables cool, place them in bottom of greased pie plate and follow with cheeses and then egg mixture.

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