Chef-Inspired Recipes from Atlantic Shores Retirement Community
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Get a taste of life at Atlantic Shores, the region’s only retirement destination with an award-winning culinary team. Our creative, skilled chefs are constantly crafting new recipes for our residents.

Atlantic Shores’ Father’s Day Pumpkin BreadHappy Father’s Day to all the fathers out there! Our Executive Chef Kyle Pafford would like to celebrate this special holiday by sharing a recipe handed down to him from his dad. Enjoy this recipe and make a batch with your dad -- and create lasting memories with your loved ones and family.
Atlantic Shores’ Deceptively Decadent Fudge BrowniesIf you're in search of a sweet Valentine’s Day treat that won't ruin your New Year’s resolutions to eat healthier, look no further! Our new Executive Chef, Kyle Pafford, has a deceptively delicious high fiber recipe. The secret ingredient -- black beans! Recipe provided by: Kyle Pafford Executive Chef Atlantic Shores Retirement Community
Baking for the Holidays with Atlantic Shores – Cranberry Apple Tarte TatinThis holiday season, instead of creating the usual pies or cakes, why not surprise your friends and family with a Cranberry Apple Tart Tatin? This festive tart features delicious ingredients cooked in sugar and butter, baked in a pastry, then inverted for serving. Enjoy this recipe from our Executive Chef, Bryan Haines.
From the Kitchen – Flourless Chocolate CakeWe’re proud of our exceptional cuisine, which has won numerous awards in local competitions -- earning Atlantic Shores the reputation of the culinary leader in our industry and region. Each month we’re pleased to share a delicious recipe from our award-winning culinary team. This month, we’re featuring one of our favorite sweet treats – Atlantic Shores Flourless Chocolate Cake with Caramel Sauce – from our Executive Chef Bryan Haines.  We are positive that this will become one of your favorites. Want to make this delicious dessert even more decadent? Sprinkle with chopped walnuts or your favorite nuts, and drizzle with chocolate sauce. See the photo above to see how we served up a decorative slice for a recent birthday!
Viva La Crêpe!I think people think that crepes can be too hard to make or too time-consuming or are maybe just too intimidated by the “fanciness" of the notion of making a crepe. You think you need special equipment, a special crepe pan or stone to cook on, special spatulas and spreaders… but you don’t need any of those things! Crepes are easy and very, very versatile! All you need is a 6” non-stick pan! You are probably more familiar with sweet dessert crepes like you would see in a crepe suzette or stuffed with French cream, berries or chocolate! Today I want to explain making a savory crepe and give an idea on how to use them. We did a baby shower last week and one of the appetizers was savory stuffed crepes. They were delicious and good looking! And a savory crepe is the perfect start for such a special event! We’ll start with the batter… The below recipe will give you about 20 6’ crepes: