ice product for young ones, boozy treats for older people

By Kathleen D. Bailey

EPPING — Brooke Gatchell eagerly explained one of her newest concoctions for the Cow Palace Creamery, a Bananas Foster sundae. 

“It is really bought 3 scoops of vanilla ice product, bananas, Flag Hill spiced rum, and brown sugar cinnamon butter, which is held warm right up until it can be served in excess of the ice product.”

But that’s not all, Gatchell added: “Then we put on whipped cream, caramel and a cherry.”

“The alcohol cooks off,” her manager Brian Ferguson contributed.

Gatchell’s creations, with or with no spirits, are on the menu at Cow Palace, now celebrating its third year at the North River Highway intricate, which includes the Flag Hill Winery, just above the border in Lee. The advanced also consists of a doing the job mini-farm and a established of bungalow-design RiverCrest Villas.

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The team is established to make this corner of Epping and Lee a spot for agri-vino-dessert tourism, and they are just getting commenced.

The Cow Palace Creamery is offering a new concoction, a Bananas Foster Sundae.

Ferguson, originally from Pennsylvania, purchased Flag Hill Winery in 2015. He experienced a qualifications in distilling and it seemed like a excellent possibility, he said. But he experienced a larger vision: a vacation spot for lodging, wining and eating in the Lee-Epping area.

He and his spouse, Maddie, began building the villas with Ben and Amy Brown, the founders of Cow Palace Creamery. When the Browns wanted to get out of the ice cream company, the Fergusons bought the Creamery. This past year, they brought Gatchell on as common manager for the ice cream and lodging aspect.

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