Lunches at Sewall House

The luncheon

Guests have about three hours to digest their breakfast by reading, cycling, walking, hiking, rowing, getting a massage or just plain relaxing.  At around 2:30, a tibetan gong is heard announcing the luncheon.  There is a grain dish, several types of salads, a bean spread or tapenade which is a delectable spread on homemade bread.  There always is a green salad with at least one homemade dressing, if not two.  The dishes are vibrantly displayed on the long wooden dining table.  Guests look forward to savoring yet another scrumptious meal that is chock full of nutrients.  The ingredients consist of all local produce from nearby farms as well as organic pantry items.  Bon appetit!

Spelt rotini pasta salad