The renovations at SunnyBrook in the Gatsby Restaurant and the Speakeasy Room will transport you back to the roaring twenties. Gatsby's is one of a kind dining experience located in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Small, private affairs and rehearsal diners can be held in the Speakeasy Room. Outdoor options include the covered patio and the Social House. We are looking forward to enjoying meals and events at this newly restored gem!
One of our favorite summer dishes is seared scallops with a fresh corn relish. The scallops were dried and dredged in flour. We then browned them in a pan with olive oil over meduim high heat. Fresh corn on the cob was steamed and cut off the cob. The corn was tossed with chopped bacon and fresh tomatoes. We added the mixture to a red wine vinegrette.
We love the fresh produce and supporting local farmers as much as we can!
What is you favorite dish or summertime treat, we'd love for you to comment below.
Nothing beats homegrown, ingredients you can pronounce and no preservatives. We took a recipe and fine-tuned it to make it a little healthier. Pineapple and applesauce provided sweetness and moisture so we have been able to reduce the sugar in the recipe. We added organic hemp seed (which is high in protein and Omega-3) and organic flax seed (which is also high in Omega-3).
We used farm fresh eggs from Spotted Hill Farm. We grew the zucchini and squash last summer which we shredded and froze. The homemade applesauce was made with delicious Honey Crisp apples from Weaver’s Orchard in Morgantown.
We are looking forward to the start of fresh local produce for the year! Can’t wait to start picking at Weaver’s and harvesting what we grow.
Corned Beef is one of the easiest meats to prepare. Fill large pot with enough water to cover meat. Boil medium heat for 5 hours until it can be easily cut with a butter knife. We also make fresh coleslaw which is so much better than store bought. Shred your cabbage and carrots. Whisk together 3/4 cup mayo, 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar, 4 TB sugar until smooth. Add salt to taste. Add to shredded mix, refrigerate. Once you make fresh coleslaw, you'll never go back to store bought!
Maria's recipe was created after good friends brought a loaf of Cinnamon Babka to dinner one night. It was a delicous loaf of gourmet bread but a little heavy on cinnamon. After a little reaseach and combining of several recipes the master recipe was created. The bread can be descibed as light, airy and moist with the perfect amount of cinnamon walnut filling swirled throughout the bread. With proper swirling the filing goes from end to end so every piece contains the yummy gooeyness. Thanks to Ken and Jen for inspiring a new favorite!