You asked, and your wish is our command. Starting immediately, we’re open every day except Monday. Tuesday-Friday you’ll find a simple fresh daily changing menu featuring our house-made pastries, quiche, soup and salads, and on the weekends our full breakfast and lunch menu. Here’s a shot of some fresh-picked kale to enjoy (mmmm… soon to be Potato, Kale and Sausage soup).
We’ll be posting links to weddings we’ve catered here at Cama. Wow! I’m so impressed with the photographers! Here are two, very different weddings, one small and intimate, one large and wow, what a party! The personality of the two couples really shine through!
Here are the direct links:
More to come!
*Discovery Pass is required for parking and are available at the park office for purchase.
As of February 23, 2012, Scandia has new owners. Drop by and meet Ramona and the crew! If you liked the Blackbird Bakery Cafe in Stanwood, you will love the new place! You can still get some of our familiar old menu items at Scandia or by visiting Donna at the Cama Beach Cafe. Good food, and the view is free! http://www.camabeachcafe.com/
Yay! Somehow, someone at Sunset Magazine found out about us. Was it the scones? The pies? The gorgeous sandwiches or homemade soup?
No telling what lead them here, but Sunset’s people arrived on a cloudy, drizzly morning to photograph our place for the upcoming July issue. Yay! We’re gonna be famous! They say everyone gets their fifteen minutes of fame, well this must be ours. Yay!
We picked blackberries. A friend has an acreage, so off we went, buckets in hand. Fighting the stinging nettles, thorns, spiders and snakes, we picked and picked. The dogs ate the lowest-hanging fruit right off the vines. Curious tree frogs appeared, then jumped away as quickly as they came. The berries are so sweet and juicy this year, with small seeds. Nice! We made pies, scones, and froze lots of these little flavor-bombs. Next week we’ll make jam.
We found them hard to work with (mushy and staining everything they touch), so froze them. I love the way they look about five minutes after they come out of the freezer, all frosty!