Native edible plants at Watson Lake Inn Prescott AZ

Native prickly pear cactus

In late summer and early fall, Native prickly pear cactus grow heavy with edible, ruby-red fruit. Harvesting the pears can be tricky, but deciding what to do with them is not as problematic. Make prickly-pear jelly? Prickly pear bread? Prickly-pear margaritas? Prickly pear fruits were the first wild food I gathered since we arrived here in Prescott, we actually have …

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Prescott Bluegrass Festival

The 36th. Prescott Bluegrass Festival takes place June 24 & 25 This is another family favorite event in Prescott is the Bluegrass Festival.  If you’ve never attended before, this show is a must see this summer. The festival started as a fiddle contest dedicated to a local fiddler. In the mid-80’s, it took on the character of a typical bluegrass …

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Press Release on the Watson Lake Inn

ACF Chef Peter Gebauer, embarks on a new business venture to become Innkeeper Milwaukee, January 25, 2017—Long time Milwaukee chef Peter Gebauer, AAC, WCMC, GMC who made his mark as the top chef at Potawatomi Hotel & Casino, and currently is the President of the ACF Chefs of Milwaukee, is embarking on his own business venture, The Watson Lake Inn. …