We offer these cookies for guests to enjoy anytime and we have to make them every day. This is a toothsome, chewy cookie that will stay with you all day or night.
Our recipe is now featured in several breakfast cookbooks! This dish is a beautiful dark pink-red in color and the taste is rich and full of luscious berries. Since one of the bounties of the Long Beach, Washington Peninsula, the location of Boreas Inn, is the cranberry, we use them frequently.
This variation on eggs Benedict is a guest favorite. The traditional hollandaise sauce is replaced with our Meritage Sauce, a wine reduction cheese sauce.
Banana Foster French Toast is delicious with or without the Rum. And a favorite for guests who love bananas.
This is a coffee cake recipe handed down to me by my grandmother. She made it every year when the Episcopal Bishop visited their small church in East Helena, Montana
This particular cookie was the prize winner in the 1962 Pilsbury Cookie contest! It was my altime favorite cookie growing up. What make them different from most cookie recipes is that you mix the flour and sugar together first and then add the wet ingredients.
These crepe-like pancakes are a McAferty family recipe and are simply delicious. We like to serve them wrapped with butter and powdered sugar and sprinkled with fresh berries. A round electric skillet is a big help to keep the heat even.
Beautiful and delicious baked entree! Perfect for brunch. You may vary the fillings to suit your own taste. Will hold for up to 60 minutes on a warm pan and covered.
Poached Pears in Red Wine Sauce. Served as a first course, these are tasty, pretty, and popular with guests.