Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Clubhouse Food & Beverage Service Reopening, Welcome Back Dinner

The clubhouse will reopen on Wednesday, March 1st at 11:00 a.m.

Throughout the month of March, the clubhouse will have Food and Beverage Service
Wednesday through Sunday.
11-8 Wed-Thurs
11-9  Friday
8am -9pm  Saturdays
8am to 8 pm  Sundays

Chef has a great buffet planned Friday night March 3rd and our welcome back dinner. Due to the great buffet planned by Chef and his staff, there will be no Ala Carte service Friday evening.
Help us plan our evening and reserve
your spot today.

Prime Rib au Jus
Horseradish Mousse
Alaskan Crab Legs
Shrimp Cocktail
Crab Crusted Snapper with Sherried Basil Cream
Twice Baked Potatoes
Spring Rice Blend
Oven Roasted Asparagus with Balsamic Glaze
Mixed Vegetable Medley
Tossed Caesar Salad
Tossed California Chopped Salad
Assorted Rolls and Cheddar Biscuits

Mac and Cheese
Chicken Strips with Dipping Sauces
Toasted Raviolis

Dessert Station

$38 Adults
$16 Kids ages 5-12
4 and Under Free

Drinks billed in traditional manner

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Fun At The Club, Pizza Night!

A little fun experience at the Clubhouse this Friday night at Glen Echo.  Pizza night! 

Giving our hard working Chef and staff a Friday night off since we've not been closed for multiple weeks in a row with no meals to fix. Brother Ed and I will produce you a casual but great tasting night of Italian splendor. Come and have some cocktails, a couple of beers, a bottle of wine and some excellent pizza. Look at my waistline, wheat belly and non-veggie! Its made for some great eating.

Gonna break out the ol Coach(Dad) to help us out!


Sunday, February 12, 2017

Maple Sap to Maple Syrup

We don't have a large supply of Maple Syrup this year to provide any for breakfast but we do have enough for Chef Brian to do some magic with in the kitchen.

The lack of consistent above 32 degree day temps and below 32 degree night temps reduces the proper sap flow required to provide us with large enough quantities of sap to give us a large supply of total syrup that can be used. 43 gallons of sap to make one gal of syrup. We will have about 60 gallons of sap which will make us a little over a gallon of syrup.  As temperatures warm and bud break begins to occur, the saps flavor changes and is not suitable for consumption.

A couple videos I've made over the last couple of days.  One for fun, the other to entice you with the smell of this beautiful naturally occurring product produced right here on the grounds at Glen Echo. Close your eyes and imagine the wafts of this light, natural tasting maple syrup drizzled across some Pork or in a dessert, Yummy!