Millstones

An informative, well written article about my two favorite topics: eating and great tasting cuisine. Enjoy — gc

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In response to the Photo challenge ‘Transient

When choosing the carvery option, the transient visitors to the family owned Millstones restaurant are rewarded by a choice of three or more high-quality roasts and a delightful selection of vegetables.

On a recent mid-week visit with my daughter,  I counted three meat options, a savoury pie, twelve different vegetables, creamed and roasted potatoes and of course traditional Yorkshire pudding.

The picture below is of Liam who is one of the chefs at Millstones, Liam is carving my delicious and very tender serving of roast beef. I was one of the many transient visitors to pass his way on that day.

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I first visited Millstones over twenty years ago when taking my late mother out for a drive into the Dales. The restaurant has evolved a number of times since then and now boasts function rooms and a Bistro on the lower ground floor named Mill 67 which overlooks Nidderdale, an…

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Quote of the week: The Bhagavad-Gita calls on humanity to dedicate body, mind and soul to pure duty and not to become mental voluptuaries at the mercy of random desires and undisciplined impulses. -- Mahatma Gandhi

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  1. Thank you darling for re-blogging my article and as always it’s much appreciated, as are you ❤️xx

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