Local Flavor at Olde Mill

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Local Wines at Olde Mill

Local Wines at Olde Mill

Many of you may know that we are nestled among many great local wineries (both in VA and NC),  It has had a huge impact on our wine selection here at Olde Mill.  We are able to have close relationships with these talented neighbors, which allows us to have a better understanding of the quality put into these local gems.  For those of you who are not familiar with these, we would like to take the opportunity to introduce them to you now. We have provided the links to visit these select group of local wineries. 

www.villaappalaccia.com , www.chateaumorrisette.com, www.foggyridgecider.com , www.oldnorthstatewinery.com

We would recomend setting aside some time on your next trip to Olde Mill to visit these outstanding local wineries.

Chef Ed

Camp Groundhog with Chef Ed

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Hard at work making pasta.Chef Ed and the pasta maker.

Chef Ed with Emma

Camp Groundhog cooking class "June 2010"

Camp Groundhog Fun,

      We had a wonderful time with all the little ones at Camp Groundhog this year.  The children had so much to do.  George, our Tennis Pro, had them breaking a sweat on the courts.  Bo, our Golf Pro, had the kids on the driving range and the golf course hitting balls.  Mechelle and Sherry were into all kinds of fun stuff with the kids.  Volleyball, crafts, hay rides and swimming were just a few of the fun things that were available to the kids.  As you can see by the pictures, I too had a great time teaching them to make pasta dough from scratch.  They all looked so cute in their chef hats.  These kids were really into the cooking class.  They really wanted to learn and did a great job making pasta.  We may have a few future chefs in our group!

     If your child was not part of this first Camp Groundhog, I highly recommend you sign them up for our next session.  They will enjoy memories that last a life time.

 Chef Ed