Food at Cape May

After we arrived we had snacks courtesy of our friends Dolly & Kiran Taunk and Claudia & Kevin Dunleavy.  Foster’s favorite – Yancy Horseradish Cheddar with Roasted Garlic Onion Jam.  My favorite – Danish Blue with Roasted Garlic Onion Jam.  Excuse the plastic wrap, we’re not fancy ;-)

Cheese Platter

We had three rainy days to recuperate from our whirlwind packing week, and used them to good advantage.  Foster spent quite a bit of time organizing his bits and pieces.  The first night in Cape May we had dinner out – not that great, except for the wonderful steamed clams.

The next night was dinner in – steak, mashed potatoes, and asparagus with lemon butter.


Steak dinner at Cape May NJ

Steak dinner at Cape May NJ

The broiler wasn’t working properly which led Foster to experiment with the oven that I believed was not working because the bottom element wouldn’t heat at all the last time I used it.  While the broiler may not be ideal, the bottom element of the oven seems to be working again, but the thermostat is off.  I’m just happy to have an oven and am willing to work around its eccentricities.

There were several restaurants within walking distance of our marina, so we had lunch one day at the C-View Inn.  The food was good and it reminded both Foster and I of some of the small older taverns we have eaten at many times in the past.  We also had dinner at the Lobster House on the last night before we leave.  Dinner was excellent and there was a lot of food.  The view was great, and we agreed to come back next year and sit out on the old wood ship they use for a bar in the summer.

2 thoughts on “Food at Cape May

  1. Wow nice vittles. Let know if you need a boat hand. Only catch is you are going to have to feed me. I could live with that.

  2. Thinking about you every day and enjoying your blog! Would love to join you in Cape May next year!

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