If I told you about the some of the most peaceful places I have been, Chebeague Island Inn would be one of them. Two of my favorite meals I had during my visit was the Warm Banana Nut Bread for breakfast (crepes stuffed with banana and vanilla bean puree, toasted walnuts and Maine maple syrup) and the Pan Seared New England Scallops for dinner (with black forbidden rice, local mushroom and fiddlehead ragout, brown butter vinaigrette). I rode one of their bikes around the entire island during the day, and had some coffee by the fireplace in their Great Room at night. It is a quick ferry ride from Portland and an incredible place to visit, even if just for a meal or a drink on the patio. Visit their facebook page for updates.
Kristin Teig is an editorial and commercial photographer, specializing in food and lifestyle photography. Having grown up in San Diego, some of her earliest food memories consist of rolled tacos in aluminum foil-covered trays and bags of spicy carrots.
While studying painting in Italy during college, she shared a family meal that
sparked an obsession with documenting meals and the stories behind them.
She has spent the last five years getting to know the east coast through assignments in restaurants and homes throughout New England, and is available for travel.
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