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The Old Hen B&B closed May 31, 2014. We recommend The Roaring River B&B 425.888.4834 and The Log Cabin B&B 425.533.8278 for your North Bend get-away. Please stay tuned for Deanna and her daughter (affectionately known as Dotter) Brittany's food truck plans as seen on New Day Northwest - The Old Hen on Tour coming in 2014! You can learn & laugh with Deanna & her friend Buffee (yes, that's her real name) during their cooking demos at the Washington State Fair this September and hear their The Old Hen podcast soon. Here's to starting from scratch. Thank you so much for supporting us!

Follow the new adventures of Deanna and her daughter Brittany - affectionately nicknamed Dotter - as they start from scratch.

A Recipe from Pam in the Sand

Published on August 8, 2014, in The Old Hen.

Meet my friend, Pam. Pam in the Sand.   Pam is a Midwest girl who now lives in Egypt with her husband. They are teachers there. She has made a hobby of making cultural faux paus and learning to cook with

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Grilled & Filled Nectarines Recipe

Published on July 1, 2014, in Featured.

This sexy little vixen was featured on New Day Northwest recently. You must try. Like, today. INGREDIENTS: Olive oil 3 ripe but firm white nectarines Filling: 4 ounces cream cheese, room temperature 4 ounces butter, room temperature 1/2 cup powdered

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Outdoor Recipes on New Day Northwest

Published on June 25, 2014, in The Old Hen.

Margaret Larson and I with our “Happy Camper Cookies” doing a fun after air time selfie. She is one of the kindest souls on the planet. Here is the Northwest Salad we shared and I will post the other recipes

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World’s Worst Dog Sitter

Published on August 27, 2013, in The Old Hen.

I was recently asked to dog sit for some friends. I probably should’ve confessed that this was to be my very first dog sitting experience. And I suppose I could’ve let my friends know that I am allergic to dogs.

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A Successful Breakfast

Published on August 10, 2013, in The Old Hen.

What is a successful breakfast? A successful breakfast at my table is not defined by the perfect oily, French-pressed coffee. Breakfast here is not defined by my witty personality and mischievous, sparkly brown eyes and humble ways. See what I

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Paper Straws Make People Talk Funny

Published on July 11, 2013, in The Old Hen.

My name is Deanna. I have a paper straw addiction. Or as I prefer to call it glorious, fun-filled, party-waiting, colorful straw collection. I have bragged about my straw collection to my friends. This has created a curious following of,

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Fresh Strawberry Mojitos Recipe

Published on June 25, 2013, in The Old Hen.

It’s strawberry season – a time for strawberry soup, strawberry tarts,and, of course, the ever-popular and completely adorable strawberry cut-out cookies. This year I thought I would jazz things up with a wee bit o’ rum for you. You’re welcome.

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Whitman’s Chocolates, Miami Vice and My Dad

Published on May 3, 2013, in The Old Hen.

m4s0n501 Less than three months ago, I said goodbye to my daddy forever. I hadn’t planned on it, but today I sorted through some of his belongings with my mom.  In the midst of boxes and boxes of nuts and

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A Birthday Party for Dotter With Owls and Fondue

Published on March 18, 2013, in The Old Hen.

It seems like just yesterday we celebrated dotter’s 16th birthday. I told her and son they must never grow up but neither one of them listened to me. Son now towers over me and dotter celebrated her 20th birthday this

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Seattle Bites Food Tours

Published on March 14, 2013, in Featured.

I don’t mean to brag, but I’ve got friends in organic places. And by organic, I mean Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington. I might be a biased Seattle girl, but I really love the Seattle Bites Food Tour. The owners,

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