Dildo B&B re­leases recipe book

The Compass - - OBITUARIES -

This year marks the quasqui­cen­ten­nial of the Lloyd Ge­orge House, a his­toric land­mark in Dildo.

The Ge­orge fam­ily, who ar­rived in the Dildo area from Wales in the early 1800s, left their mark as traders, po­lice con­sta­bles and mer­chants.

The house, which was erected in 1885, is now one of the best-known land­marks in the area. Built in the Sec­ond Em­pire style, the two-sto­ried wooden struc­ture has changed lit­tle through the years.

En­trepreneurs Todd War­ren and Dale Cameron have suc­ceeded in turn­ing the build­ing into the award­win­ning, five-star Ge­orge House Her­itage Bed and Break­fast.

To mark the 125-year birth­day of the house, the pro­pri­etors of the bed and break­fast have com­piled a book of more than 300 recipes. All are in re­sponse to the many guests who have asked, “ Why don’t you make a cook­book, as I’m sure we’re not the first guests to ask for this recipe?”

For the sake of con­ve­nience, the book is di­vided into more than 20 sec­tions. Each one high­lights a spe­cific food type, from break­fasts (Scram­bled Eggs 365) to beef ( New Brunswick Boiled Din­ner), from sal­ads (Grow Dat Broccoli Salad) to stews (Gros Morne Beef Stew), and from pas­tas ( Mrs. Ge­orge’s Mac and Cheese) to pies ( Wake Of The Week Pie). The reader is guar­an­teed for gas­tro­nomic de­light by the wide va­ri­ety of recipes in­cluded.

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