Door County artist Aaron Delorit has been busy painting lately.
Come see his latest oil painting, Old Lefty. It is available for purchase.
Stay tuned, as he has been working on a second painting as well.
We are open daily 8-2 for breakfast, lunch and shopping. We are closed December 24 and 25 to celebrate Christmas with our families.
Merry Christmas from Kim and the gang!
Located on the north side of Egg Harber, Village Cafe is a ‘must stop’ during your Door County adventure. If you are looking for a hearty breakfast, light lunch or are simply craving our famous carrot cake, we invite you stop by and see us!
Experience the tradition of Door County in our smoke-free, family-friendly environment. As well as serving BREAKFAST ALL DAY, we also offer lunch, a refreshing beer and wine list and a fabulous homemade dessert menu!
VOTED BEST RESTAURANT • DISCOVER WISCONSIN, 2009
TRIP ADVISOR CERTIFICATE OF EXCELLENCE AWARD, 2013
We are available for your company holiday party, either at Village or cater to your location. Call for details.
Our Sandwich and Craft Beer special every day from 4pm-8pm was welcomed with great reviews this year! It’s the first time we tried that, and everyone seemed to love it, not to mention just the fact that we were open for dinner every night! So we will do it again next summer/fall, beginning in the 3rd week of June and running through Pumpkin Patch weekend, 2014. Looking forward to doing it again! Thanks to everyone who came and enjoyed it this year!
Door County Today TV show is a great resource for learning behind the scenes in Door County. Featuring Nature, Cooking, History, and local Artists, this show helps you really learn about Door County and the people who call this place home.
Kim Jensen acted as hostess for the “Behind the Kitchen Door” segment with Executive Chef, Blake Schar, of Cooper’s Corner. We hope you enjoy.
We hope you enjoy receiving video from Kim on cooking topics and recipes. Today Kim shares how to make Huevos Rancheros from her restaurant in Door County, Wisconsin.
The video starts off assuming that you’ve already prepared your Black Beans & Salsa. The recipes for both of these will be below the video in this post. Let us know what you think and help us decide on our upcoming videos.
Prepare the black bean recipe and warm on the stove
Combine the following ingredients:
2 cups black beans
1 sm tomatoes, diced
1/8 cup green chilies
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp thyme
pinch tsp cayenne pepper
pinch black pepper
2 tsp minced garlic
While waiting for the beans to warm prepare the salsa recipe
Combine the following ingredients:
1 large can diced tomatoes
1/4 cups diced onions
1/4 Cups diced green pepper
1/2 stalk of diced celery
1/2 cups finely chopped cilantro
Sm can diced green chilies
¼ Tbls minced garlic
1-4 depending on how spicy you like it, dashes Tabasco sauce
½ tsp salt
½ tsp black pepper
Turn on oven to 350 degrees
warm a flour tortilla on a skillet (pan or flat grill)
place tortilla in a bowl that is oven proof
prepare your eggs (I prefer two eggs over easy)
place eggs on tortilla
pour 1/2 cup–1 cup beans over your eggs
top with 1/4 cup salsa and shredded cheese
place in oven until cheese is melted
You can skip the oven and eat as is! Enjoy your dish overlooking the bay or lake with a margarita in hand!
Kim Jensen—Village Cafe
Kim Jensen of Village Cafe in Door County shares her favorite recipe for a quick Quiche that can keep you filled up on a busy morning. Prepare ahead of time or the same day.