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Our May Basket Won 1st Place

The Palmer House Inn’s May basket won first place on the traditional category. I’m quite pleased. This is a fun event to start the spring in Cape Cod. It was judged by the Village Association members. Now the challenge will be to come up with something special for next year.

Our Red-Tailed Hawks on the Cape

Many of our guests have enjoyed watching our neighborhood’s family of red-tailed hawks while visiting The Palmer House. As you can see from the photos they are very beautiful and are outstanding hunters. The hawk in our photos is young. It is probably less than a year old. We can tell this because its plumage…

May’s Recipe: Bluberry Muffin Topping

This crumbly mixture makes blueberry muffins absolutely delightful. Go to our website for the full recipe. Recipe Book Favorite Recipes of The Palmer House Inn You can find this recipe and many more in the Inn’s recipe book. Order a copy for yourself  (at blurb.com).

Event Weekends at the Palmer House

Would you be interested in attending an event weekend in Cape Cod? Whether it’s a March 2012 cooking weekend with chef Ben Porter of the Glass Onion, one of the finest restaurants on the Cape, or a Watercolor Painting Weekend capturing the Autumn colors in October 2011 with resident artist P.L. O’Connell. Fill out our…

Cape Cod May Baskets

Falmouth’s May Day celebration is festive. All the stores on Main Street hang baskets. Many choose to decorate their baskets to represent products that can be found in the stores. This year I choose  a decorative Victorian bird-cage. The first of May is a special day for me. On May 1, 2003 I hung my…

April’s Recipe:Blueberry Muffins

These muffins are great with breakfast or any time of day. Go to our website for the full recipe. Recipe Book Favorite Recipes of The Palmer House Inn You can find this recipe and many more in the Inn’s recipe book. Order a copy for yourself  (at blurb.com).

Spring is Here – The Palmer House Inn Garden

Spring is in the air in Falmouth, and our garden has started to bloom. The “snow drops” are in full bloom and the daffodils will not be far behind. The gardens are beginning to awaken after their long winter’s nap. The Inn has several beautiful gardens on the property. The front garden is filled with…