Carly Ronaldi shows off pastries from the Bottletree Bakery in Oxford.
Humble pie from the Bottletree is a great option for a quick treat Pie from the Crystal Grill in Greenwood is always the best way to end a meal.
The 1930's era Bottletree Bungalow in Rolling Fork was in disrepair when sisters Mary Corban and Laura Hollis decided to rescue it with the intention of turning it into a bed and breakfast.
The Bottletree Bungalow opened in June 200Z attracts travelers with its home-away-from-home appeal.
Bottletree Bungalow DELTA BREAKFAST ROLLS 1 pound hot or mild sausage 1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese 1 (4-ounce) can chopped green chilies, drained 1 (6-ounce) jar sliced mushrooms, drained 2 sheets puff pastry 2 tablespoons poppy seeds Brown sausage in a skillet and drain.
"A lot of people come through Rolling Fork, heading north to Greenville or south to Vicksburg," says Mary Corban, who is co-owner of the newly-opened Bottletree
Bungalow bed and breakfast, along with her sister, Laura Hollis.
I would love the recipe for a delicious hearty soup called Bacon, Beans, and Greens at Bottletree Bakery in Oxford.
Cynthia Gerlach, owner and manager of Bottletree Bakery, said she rotates soups by season and that the recipe for Bacon, Beans, and Greens was not available.
Located in downtown Oxford near the historic courthouse square, Bottletree
Bakery is a must-stop for breakfast due to its European-style pastries and specialty coffees.
Desiring more study, she attended Ecole Lenotre in Plaisir, France, then returned to Mississippi to found Bottletree
Bakery in Oxford.