Vegan, Vegetarian and Pescatarian Travel Pack Gourmet Breakfasts
Some travellers leave the beautiful Orkney Islands on an early morning ferry. Eight years ago we recognised some people's natural reluctance to eat breakfast just prior to a sea crossing four years ago. We also recognised that bed and breakfast guests were entitled to a breakfast regardless of having to leave early in the morning. Accordingly, we created the facility for takeaway breakfasts, giving travellers the opportunity to find a scenic spot at which to stop and enjoy a gourmet picnic. Here are examples of the two breakfasts that we created this morning.
Aubergine roasted in virgin oil and oregano, mushrooms in marjoram, roasted tomato, brown rice on a bed of salad rocket cooked with red onions, chickpea, pine nuts, sliced almonds, parsley, black pepper and pumpkin seeds.
French brie, boiled eggs, roasted tomato with brown rice on a bed of salad rocket cooked with red onions, chickpea, pine nuts, sliced almonds, parsley, black pepper and pumpkin seeds.
Orkney organic hot smoked salmon, sauteed in Sancerre and fresh French tarragon on a bed of fresh spinach with mushrooms cooked in Chardonnay and oregano, tomatoes in virgin oil and oregano, complete with boiled eggs.
Vegan and vegetarian takeaways included cranberry and cashew nut bread, appropriate yoghurts, banana, appropriate fruit and nut nutrition bars and packs of orange juice.
Pentland ferries operate an economic and convenient, short crossing time (approximately one hour) with a smooth in the water catamaran vessel between the quaint village of St Margaret's Hope and Gills Bay. The ferry port is approximately 4.8 miles from Eastward House being a journey time of some seven or eight minutes. Booking Line: +44 (0)800 688 8998
"This church had 134 years of weddings, blessings and Sunday school; it must be Inculcated with love, the walls must exude happiness and joy." Keiko Yamaga-White November 2007