Casual,mountain lifestyle in a recently constructed, three story log cabin lodge on 19 acres with awesome views of snow-capped mountains from each room. Hot tub under the stars. Free WI-FI, Private baths, balconies, HDTV with HBO/Showtime,DVD players, KING and queen log beds. Goats, Llamas Alpacas,chickens, dogs on site. Fresh homemade breakfast using eggs from our free ranged hens,fresh homemade cheeses and yogurt, baked pastries and seasonal fruits.
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Can Accommodate all children pay regardless of age
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Yes Oberhasli Suite is handicap accessible but call first !
$10 per pet per day includes goody bag and dog bed
4 Grapefruit, peeled and sectioned
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla
4 scoops good quality ice cream
4 egg whites
1 T powdered sugar
Mix grapefruit with sugar and vanilla. Place in 4 heat proof ramekins. Place a scoop of ice cream over the fruit. Mix whites with beater until stiff, add powdered sugar. Use meringue to cover the ice cream and grapefruit.Place in hot oven (450) for about 5 minutes or until light brown on top. Serve immediately.
Banana's Foster - From the Pioneer Woman Cooks
1 stick Butter (salted)
1 cup Packed Dark Brown Sugar
˝ cups (to 3/4 Cup) Heavy Cream
˝ cups Dark Rum
2 whole Bananas, Sliced Diagonally Into Thick Slices
˝ cups Chopped Walnuts Or Pecans
Frozen vanilla yogurt or ice cream
*Be careful with the open flame*
In a heavy skillet, melt butter over medium-high heat. Add brown sugar and stir together. Add cream and continue cooking, then stir in bananas and chopped walnuts. Mixture should be bubbly. (The steps so far should take less than 2 minutes; this is quick!)
Pour in rum and stir to combine. Carefully tip the skillet slightly toward the open flame of the burner to ignite the alcohol in the pan, then let the mixture flame for 30 seconds or so (it should go out on its own.) You can shake the pan a bit to get it to calm down. Remove from heat and stir in cinnamon.
Serve sauce immediately over vanilla ice cream or French toast. (Sauce does keep in the fridge, though. Delicious!)
* Note: You can omit the flame step altogether if you prefer. Just let the sauce cook for a minute or two–still utterly delicious!