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Saturday, December 31, 2016

York House Inn, Rabun Gap, Georgia Slideshow

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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Fall is Happening at York House Inn

Thanks to Atlanta Social Season Magazine for featuring York House Inn in 
the October, 2016 "Long Winding Road"





Sunday, May 22, 2016

A short preview of Tallulah Falls Railroad Museum in Rabun Gap

What a nice little museum for the train lover or history buff.
Operated as an extension of the Rabun Gap School it is close by the York House Inn.

Our in history is intertwined with that of tourism and the Tallulah Falls Railroad. Visit what remains of our little narrow gauge on one of the last remaining railroad beds visible in the area. It is well worth a visit...pop in when it's open!


Tracks
Entrance - admission $3.00

Our original stop had a "waiting shed" where guests were picked up to visit the Inn


Nice display on making of The Great Locomotive Chase

Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Mama York's Roasted Hash

Our breakfasts are great!


Scrambled eggs with Mama York's hash is a great way to start the morning.

Here is the hash recipe:




York House Inn Roasted hash
Serves 10-16 as side, 8-10 main course
Poached egg on top covered lighly in hollandaise, or scrambled eggs with blue or aged white cheddar as a main course.

1/2 lb smoked lean bacon
1/2 lb freshly ground sausage( blalocks)
1/2 lb freshly ground chuck
Dash Worcestershire sauce
5 lb russet potatoes
1 large Vidalia onion
1 tsp each, seasoning salt, garlic powder, rosemary, basil and oregano
1 tbsp. each, parsley, Italian seasoning, cracked whole pepper, paprika
1/2 cup grated parmesan
1 lb queso cheese crumbling variety or shredded Karlsberg swiss
1 1/2 cup salsa

Grease baking dish 9 x 13
· Cut bacon across to make 1/4” squares. Add to sklillet cook for 5-6 minutes then blend in sausage to hot bacon cook for 5 minutes
· Blend in ground chuck and cook another 10 minutes. Splash Worchestershire  into the mixture
· While meat cools dice potatoes into 1/2” cubes, same with the onion
· Blend onion, potato, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, pepper, salt rosemary, basil and oregano in large mixing bowl and turn into greased baking dish.
· Layer the cheese, then the meat and finally salsa topping
· Sprinkle parsley and paprika and drizzle rendered juice over the dish.
· Your baking dish will be heaping. Cover tightly with foil and refrigerate overnight.
· Place in cold oven at 375 bake for 30 minutes, then take foil off and bake another 30 minutes. Potatoes should be soft but firm
· Top with sprinkling of parmesian cheese, serve hot