Our beautiful, Italianate Victorian bed and breakfast is located in the heart of Utica, NY on the main thoroughfare of Genesee Street. Our neighborhood is culturally, ethnically and racially diverse and represents many of the over 40 different people groups that call Utica home. Utica is designated as a " …

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21 Jun, 2017


My Story Grace Sleys graduated from the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage where she studied a number of sciEences including Myology -(the study of muscles and their function) as well as specific techniques for postural assessment and rehabilitation, Trigger point therapy, and a variety of eastern modalities such as Shiatsu, Reflexology, and Acupressure. "I always knew I wanted to be a care giver in some capacity and while I thought about becoming a nurse or physical therapist (both professions I highly respect), I was hesitant to get involved with the bureaucracy. My passion is to work within an environment …

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05 Dec, 2017


We love to serve these muffins all through the Autumn and Winter months because they are incredibly moist and full of spice flavor. A long-time guest and family favorite, this recipe will make 2 dozen large muffins. You can easily divide the recipe and only make half if you don't regularly feed large groups of people like we do here at the Rosemont. However, these muffins freeze exceptionally well and can be double wrapped and kept in the freezer for up to 2 months. Serve with mascarpone cheese to make them extra delicious! 1 cups all-purpose flour (4.5 oz) …

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15 Aug, 2017


This recipe originally came from Marcia Adams, Cooking from Quilt Country. We have adjusted the seasoning to our taste and use dark meat chicken instead of ground pork. Feel free to use whatever ground meat appeals to you. The quality of the meat is very important. Try to find a good-quality chicken. We use Murray's chicken, which is produced in Pennsylvania. A local, pastured chicken would be ideal. For meat from the grocery store, look for something organic. We coarsely grind thigh meat along with the skin. You may be able to have a package of boneless thighs with skin …

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20 Jul, 2017


Coconut Macaroon Pancakes! Doesn't that sound really good? Here is the recipe for this delicious breakfast. These just happen to be low-carb, high-protein, dairy-free and gluten-free. Coconut Macaroon Pancakes Yield: 12 large cakes The Recipe 1 14 oz can coconut milk 2 Tablespoons raw honey 3 cups unsweetened coconut 1/4 cup flour (all-purpose, rice flour or oat flour all work well) 1/2 teaspoon fine sea salt 2 teaspoons baking powder (Make sure your baking powder is fresh. I like to make my own by mixing 1 T. baking soda with 2 T. cream of tartar.) 1 teaspoon vanilla …

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28 Jun, 2017


Being an Innkeeper here at the Rosemont Inn allows me to to do many things I enjoy all at the same time. I love gardening and plants of every variety, but no plant is as useful and forgiving as an herb. Even if you think you have a black thumb, you can grow herbs successfully in only a tiny space. Our herbs here at the Rosemont Inn are growing in a small corner outside our back kitchen door. It is a mostly shady/partly sunny space that is too wet in Winter and Spring and too dry in Summer and …

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21 Jun, 2017


My Story Grace Sleys graduated from the Onondaga School of Therapeutic Massage where she studied a number of sciEences including Myology -(the study of muscles and their function) as well as specific techniques for postural assessment and rehabilitation, Trigger point therapy, and a variety of eastern modalities such as Shiatsu, Reflexology, and Acupressure. "I always knew I wanted to be a care giver in some capacity and while I thought about becoming a nurse or physical therapist (both professions I highly respect), I was hesitant to get involved with the bureaucracy. My passion is to work within an environment …

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