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Edible Spring Flowers

 We always look forward to our annual chive bed  blossoming in beautiful lavender flowers that can be used for both final garnish as well as a wonderful chivey zing!   Bev will also tend and harvest edible flowers from several pansy, violet and nasturium plants we will use to add that special touch to platters and salads.

By | February 23rd, 2010|Vermont Gourmet Goodies, Vermont Weddings|0 Comments

Misty Knoll Chicken

Seared Free Range Chicken from Misty Knoll Farms  in New Haven, VT served with VT Maple~Ginger Sauce & Grilled Spring Asparagus.

By | February 23rd, 2010|Local Food Products, Vermont Weddings, VT Farms|0 Comments

A Night in Tuscany: October 23

“A Night in Tuscany” at Grand Isle Lake House with Bill O’Connor of Baker Distributing Friday October 23, 2009 6:00 - 9:00 Pm Antinori Orvieto Classico 2007 Artichoke Heart & Goat Cheese Bruschetta Antinori Bramito Chardonnay 2007 Tuscan White Bean & Bacon Soup Antinori Santa Cristina Sangiovese Blend 2007 Shrimp Farfelle with Spicy Leek & [...]

By | September 14th, 2009|Uncategorized, Wine Tasting Dinners|1 Comment

Fall Means Apple Pies!

There are many things we love about fall at the Lake House and we especially look forward to serving Papa Ray's Apple Pies!  Handmade using only their own apples with the best crust ever!  Allenholm Farm is located in South Hero.  They have a small farm store featuring both their own and other great VT products [...]

Raspberry Mojitos

Bev & Sheryl going above and beyond the call of duty; being forced to test the first batch of a specially requested raspberry mojito for a wedding in early August. Fortunately, Russ (in background) & Sue were still hard at work!  Garnished with fresh raspberries & mint, they proved to be delicious & just [...]

By | August 19th, 2009|Lake Champlain, Uncategorized, Vermont Weddings, Weddings|0 Comments

A Night in Tuscany, October 23, 2009

We are currently working on a menu for the evening of Friday, October 23 featuring the wines of Antinori Vineyards with Bill O'Connor of Baker Distributing.   Antinori Vineyards have been in operation since the end of the the 14th Century and offer wines that show why!   The menu to be posted in the next couple weeks [...]

Grafton Village Cheese

Unless otherwise requested, we always serve Grafton Village Cheese Cheddar & Maple Smoked Cheddar on our VT Cheese Boards.  Their products are made in small batches using fresh from the farm high butterfat & protein laden VT Jersey milk; free of hormones, antibiotics & preservatives.  The way all VT cheddars used to, and should still,  be made! 

By | August 10th, 2009|Vermont Gourmet Goodies, Vermont Weddings, VT Cheeses|0 Comments

Taylor Farm’s Gouda

We use at least one, often even two, variety of Londonderry's Taylor Farm's handmade, small batch goudas on every VT Cheese & Fresh Fruit Display.  Working with a herd of fifty Jerseys & Holsteins, this small family owned farm makes first class, awarding wining European style Goudas.  Our absolute favorite is their Maple Smoked Gouda featured here [...]

By | July 26th, 2009|Local Food Products, VT Cheeses, VT Farms, Weddings|0 Comments

Grilled Vegetable Napoleon

We are always happy to prepare a vegetarian selection for your guests and have often been told that our Grilled Vegetable Napoleon is, by far, the BEST vegetarian selection that anyone has ever had at a wedding.  It is attractive enough that even the omnivores wish they had chosen it! Pictured here with Lemon Mashed Potatoes, this [...]

By | July 5th, 2009|Local Food Products, Vegetarian Entrees|0 Comments

Lake’s End Cheeses

Located North of the Lake House in Alburgh, on the shores of Lake Champlain, Lake's End Dairy makes great goat cheeses using exclusively their own milk....delicious!  Joanne also makes her own chocolates that could make great wedding favors for the less humid months (May, September & October). Visit their shop which is open 10 Am - [...]

By | June 25th, 2009|Lake Champlain, Vermont Gourmet Goodies, VT Cheeses|0 Comments