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.

Award-Winning Mulligatawny SoupWinter’s chilliest month is the perfect time for comfort food! There’s nothing better than flavorfully rich, warm and satisfying soups to stave off the cold. Our culinary team serves up a variety of freshly prepared soups and stews over the winter. One of our most popular is our delicious Mulligatawny Soup, which was awarded the coveted “People’s Choice Award” at the 2017 Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art’s House of Blues, Brews & Stews competition. Whip up a batch, settle in, and enjoy! Recipe provided by: Eric Doarnberger Food & Beverage Director Atlantic Shores Retirement Community
ramen dishUnique Ramen DishFall is a time for warm comfort food. But it doesn't have to always be heavy. Enjoy a unique Ramen dish from our Executive Chef Bryan Haines and his staff that you can adapt with any ingredients and seasonal vegetables you choose. Warm (and healthy!) for a cool fall day.
Don’t Fear the Bouillabaisse!Bouillabaisse can be intimidating to make at home, but I hope after reading this you will feel inspired and confident to tackle this challenge and make it. The recipes below utilize the shrimp shells by making a broth for the Bouillabaisse and the classic accompaniment, Rouille, which is stale bread or breadcrumbs that have been soaked and served with the Bouillabaisse. The bread and rouille is just as much a part of a bouillabaisse as the actual soup. It’s garlicky, creamy and perfectly complements the sweet undertones of a bouillabaisse. Again open to interpretation, you can adjust seasonings and ingredients as needed.