We’ve lit the fireplaces and brought out the hot chocolate at The Inn at Rose Hall and The Peabody House. Lake Lucerne Resort is primed with freshly stacked firewood for our cottages with wood burning fireplaces. It’s in the 70’s in the daytime, which is the perfect temperature to wander the hills and drops to the 40’s in the evenings.
As you walk in The Inn at Rose Hall you can smell the Pumpkin Bread baking or you just might be arriving when the Pumpkin Bread Pudding with Carmel Sauce is coming out of the oven. Once you have tasted it you will absolutely have to take the recipe home with you. Fall has it’s own special colors and smells.
It’s a great time to take a break as it won’t be long before the Holidays will be here. Be sure to make your reservations soon. We still have a few rooms and cottages available.
As the seasons change in our B&B world, so do our breakfasts. It’s Spring and fresh fruit is beginning to arrive in the market. At the sign of the first strawberries the crepe pans come out of the cabinet. Our Strawberry Crepes are a favorite with our guests here at The Inn at Rose Hall.
Most people shy away from making crepes, but we find them very easy. Instead of a formal recipe here are the basics. You can use any standard crepe recipe…just remember to make the batter at least an hour before you want to cook them. The filling is a mixture of sour cream, cream cheese, a little lemon zest, lemon juice and powdered sugar. Combine these ingredients until they satisfy your taste buds. Place two or three spoonfuls on each crepe, roll them and place in a buttered baking dish. Bake until warm- about 15 minutes at 325 degrees. Serve them with fresh sliced strawberries that have been sprinkled with brown sugar. If you really want to be decadent, put a dollop of whip cream on top. They may not be on your diet but when you are staying in a Bed and Breakfast you are on holiday. So who cares?