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’ Fabulous Fall SaladThe air is crisper, so Fall is here! Celebrate the season with one of Chef Kyle's favorite Fall salads. It is super simple, and perfect for last-minute entertaining. With sweetness and acid from the persimmons, tartness and crunch from the Honeycrisp apple, and a salty finish from the cheese, it’s a perfect combination!Atlantic Shores’ Taste of Summer SaladSummer is all about simple pleasures. Enjoy this simply delicious, fresh recipe from our Chef Kyle.Atlantic Shores’ Farro SaladFarro is a very versatile grain and the centerpiece of this favorite seasonal salad from our Executive Chef Kyle Pafford. Bring it to your next BBQ, and you’ll be a hit!Atlantic Shores’ Spring SaladFresh Corn Salad with Feta Cheese Spring has sprung! This is one of my favorite spring salads as the season starts turning green. I fondly remember my time working on a farm, where I was their cheese maker. When corn was in season, this would be my go-to salad on my lunch break. It is so simple, and jammed packed with flavor. It’s also a diverse salad that you change up with different fresh vegetables as the seasons change. For example, I have used thinly sliced Tuscan Kale, and changed out the dill for fresh Tarragon. The options are limitless, go out and be creative -- play with your food!!
Recipe provided by: Kyle Pafford Executive Chef Atlantic Shores Retirement CommunityArugula Apple Salad with Seared Scallops and Pomegranate VinaigretteWith the fall season approaching, chefs are left with finding ways to approach menus using the freshest available ingredients, while keeping light and tasty in mind. I recently did a wine tasting at Atlantic Shores using the following recipe as a first course. It combines fresh scallops with a light arugula salad tossed with fennel, green apples and pomegranate vinaigrette.