How to ride your horse and carriage straight to the Carversville Inn

How to ride your horse and carriage straight to the Carversville Inn


Every episode of Lush Life Podcast is dear to me and I love meeting so many new people. It’s very rare for me to interview someone whom I have known for at least 15 years.  Every Friday night, almost without fail, my family heads to the local inn for dinner. It’s a tradition when I come back home to visit. Although they have a series of dining rooms, we always sit in the bar. There is one reason for that  – my guest today Lydiann Spencer-Jones.  Don’t be fooled by her English-sounding name – she is 100% Carversvillian!

 

Make Lydiann’s Cosmopolitan – cocktail recipe!

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