Robinwood hosted a beautiful wedding ceremony today. With friends and family present, Erin and Devon exchanged vows and became man and wife. It was followed by a lovely reception in the dining room.
Okay, so Thanksgiving is almost here and that morning will be crazy with family running around the house, and cooks trying frantically to get a feast ready in the kitchen. Somehow, someone will demand breakfast! This casserole is from an old family friend and modified to make it work a little easier. It will shock and amaze your family at your culinary skill. One guest calls it my “Breakfast Lasagne”
1 package seasoned croutons
1 can cream of mushroom soup (cream of chicken can be used for non-mushroom fans!)
1/3 cusp half and half
6 beaten eggs
2 cups grated cheese -cheddar
1 pound sausage
4 eggs, 1/2 cup half and half, 1 cup cheddar cheese
Grease 9 X 12 baking dish. Spread croutons in the bottom of the dish. Sprinkle cheese over the cheese. Spread brouned sausage over the cheese . Beat eggs, milk, and soup together and pour over the top. Refrigerate overnite. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Beat 4 eggs and 1/2 cups half and half together, pour on top of casserole. Bake for 50 minutes, sprinkle remaining cheese on top and bake for 10 minutes. Cool for 10 minutes before slicing and serve.
Happy Thanksgiving from Robinwood B&B
Mother and I were talking about what we wanted to do at Robinwood this winter, and we decided we would like to make Robinwood B&B romance central for November, December, and January.
We are putting together new packages for elopements and weddings.
While we recognize that cost should never prevent a bride from having everything she wants on her special day, we know that in this economy, it sometimes does. We would love to make your wedding day beautiful and affordable.
We will work with you to make your dreams come true by making our packages fit your individual desires. If you need a photographer, we will supply one. If you prefer to cater your own reception, we will work with you on your menu.
We can provide all linens, dishes, glassware, and serving pieces that you require. Flowers, candles, and ribbons can be used as much or as little as you prefer.
At Robinwood Bed and Breakfast, we know football season has just officially kicked off. With both the college and pro seasens getting underway, there is no excuse for missing a game at Robinwood.
The 32″ flat screen high definition televisions in every room are ready to make the game special. Complimentary soft drinks and snacks let you get to where is action is.
Enjoy the city by day, but don’t miss the game! Come see us at Robinwood
Temperatures are rising fast in Little Rock, AR, but that doesn’t mean there is nothing to do. Museums abound in Little Rock. The Arkansas Arts Center in historic MacArthur Park hosts elegant art galleries that showcase exhibitions from the AAC’s acclaimed collection of unique works.
If history is more your thing, start at Curran Hall, Little Rock’s visitors center. Built in 1842 by Col. Ebenezer Walters, Curran Hall is a great place to begin your adventure. The Arkansas History Commission serves as the official State Archives. Historic Arkansas Museum celebrates Arkansas’s culturaland material heritage with six galleries of art and artifacts. Central High School National Historic Site highlights the battleground in the struggle for civil rights. The Mosaic Templars Cultural Center is dedicated to the story of African American life and business in Arkansas.
Military buffs will find the MacArthur Museum of Arkansas Military History a great way to start their adventure. The Arsenal Building is one of Little Rock’s oldest surviving structures, built in 1840 to protect Arkansans from Indian attack. The Arkansas National Guard Museum, in North Little Rock , tells the story of the Arkansas Nation Guard from 1804 to today.
The Museum of Discovery keeps the smallest guests to Arkansas busy with hands-on, interactive exhibits.
Fans of Bill Clinton will find a visit to the William J Clinton Presidential Library very satisfying. The old State House where he announced his canadacy for president has wonderful exhibits on Arkansas.
Robinwood Bed and Breakfast is in the heart of all of these. Come and let us help you discover Little Rock.
Wedding season is in full swing, but we still have dates available in June for weddings. For the busy bride needing the perfect intimate location, with a wonderful staircase to descend to her waiting groom, Robinwood is perfect!
Let us make your day romantic. We will take your plans and execute them for you. All you have to do is show up and shine. Our Bed and Breakfast is an elegant escape from modern day life.
Where better to start your new life together than Robinwood?
The temperature is rising in Little Rock and summertime is on its way. Riverfest 2010 kicks off summertime in Little Rock. The entertainment line-up this year is outstanding in its diversity of music and of artists. Where else can you find headliners like Earth, Wind, and Fire, Blake Shelton, and Lucacris playing at the same event? The festival starts on Friday May 28, 2010 and continues throught Monday May 31, 2010. Our B&B is minutes away from the action. You can spend time in the heat, enjoying the fun, and come home to a cool retreat away from the crowds.
Detailed info on times and artists can be found at www.riverfestarkansas.com .
The weather is perfect for a trip to the Zoo. Adults and children fall in love with the new babies. The carousel sounds like magic, the train brings back all the childhood memories that find their way racing forward. Adventure is the name of the game, and exploration of the Zoo makes for an exciting day! Read the rest of this entry »
The Little Rock Marathon is here again! March 7, 2010. 7,800 people participated in the 2009 Marathon, more are expected this year. The weather looks great, and the citizens of Little Rock are ready to help out.
The starting point in River Market is ten minutes away, and the 10 Mile water stop is just 2 blocks from our bed and breakfast. Neighbors will line the streets with water and Gatorade for the runner/walkers. The city always prepares a warm welcome for all the participants!
Madeleine Albright was best known as the United States’s first female Secretary of State for President Bill Clinton. Her tough stance on world issues was often represented by the broaches she chose to wear to events. Her choice to let her jewelry speak for her was recognized my the world leaders of her time. Many of the broaches on display were given to her by visiting dignitaries in reference to current events.
The display will open at the Presidential Library on February 15, 2010. Our Bed and Breakfast is less than 10 minutes from the Clinton Library.