June 8th, 2019

June 8th, 2019 122 Corson, 6 p.m. one seating Chef: Eddie Lamarre Appetizers: Shrimp Quesidilla w/ Roasted Red Pepper & Garlic Aioli Salad Mixed Green Salad w/ house vinaigrette Blue Ribbon Farm greens Entree: Choices Down East Fillet Mignon w/ Lobster & Newburg Sauce Petite fillet tenderloin w/ Roasted Baby Potatoes & Asparagus Or Linguini…

Autumn Newsletter  2019

Autumn Newsletter 2019

  122 CORSON Newsletter The calendar says it’s fall already and the colors emerging from the foliage are proof.  For us, it is a welcome time of the year.  We feel invigorated by the cooler temperatures and the tastes of this season like winter squash and roasted onions, just seem to hit the mark.  We’ve…

Holiday Season

Holiday Season

The calendar doesn’t say it is winter, but it certainly looks and feels like it. Bob has been working in the woods cutting next year’s firewood and Mary has been starting her winter art projects. All the animals seem to be quite happy with the weather. The sheep have been growing nice wool coats for…

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

Winter wants to come early this year. As we write this, we have 6″ of fresh snow since after midnight. Although we have been preparing for snow, it always seems to come as a surprise. We weren’t anticipating quite so much, but it’s early in the season and the snow may come and go several…

September Sunsets

September Sunsets

The sunsets at 122 Corson have been breathtaking as we leave the summer months and move into the cooler nights and mornings of fall. The sunset last Saturday night seemed to go on and on. Many diners left their tables and went outside to photograph the view. Nature’s natural show lasted through dinner and the…

Sunset Dining

Sunset Dining

Those muggy, humid days of mid-summer are upon us bringing moist air that the winter squash, corn and tomatoes thrive upon.  Summer squash and zucchini are picked daily and if missed, they turn into baseball bats within 24 hrs.  The winter wheat is ripening into a beautiful gold and contrasts brilliantly against the late planted…