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A few weeks ago, we were honored to have Chef Todd Mohr join us once again at the Combsberry Inn for one of his exclusive cooking retreats! Chef Mohr hosted his private cooking retreat at the Inn, which brought guest from all over, including from Chicago, Connecticut, New Jersey, and Canada. For some of our guests, this was their third time joining us the Combsberry Inn, which is always a treat for our staff as we love to see our valued guests return year after year. And with Chef Todd’s talents, it’s no wonder folks were coming from near and far to enjoy the cooking retreat!

Chef Todd takes a unique approach to cooking lessons with his private and interactive cooking retreats at the Combsberry Inn. Chef Todd not only imparts his knowledge upon the guests, but he also encourages hands-on cooking with great food, new friends, and plenty of fun! Guests get to meet new people while learning from Chef Todd and acquiring lifelong culinary skills. Guests learn how to cook for any diet, cook with confidence, and shop smart for the best ingredients. What’s more, guests often end up making lasting friendships with their fellow guests while learning how to cook with Chef Todd!

Chef Todd is a Certified Culinary Educator recognized by the American Culinary Federation. After years or cooking, working as an Executive Chef, and teaching, he created Cooking by Method, which aims to help others discover the many benefits of cooking for themselves. As part of his teaching efforts, Chef Todd periodically holds private cooking retreats at the Combsberry Inn, pairing our scenic setting with his private cooking retreat and creating a great weekend of cooking together! Interested in learning more? Take a look at a few photos from our recent cooking retreat at the Inn:

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During our off-season from November to March, the Cottage and Carriage House will be available for rent with a 20% off discount to accommodate for a temporary absence of breakfast.


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