Our newest webpage, The Dining Experience, will give you a good idea of what your taste buds have to look forward to this summer. While you'll choose us for the personalized adventure, amazing scenery and horseback riding experience you may very well come back to us for the good food. Pictured below is Susan Roth, our head cook this summer. You can read more about her on The Dining Experience page, as well.
My good friend, Daisy Siskin, of Little House in the Suburbs shared one of our recipes for Cowboy Beans. Click on the link, and enjoy this recipe among other great blogs about backyard farming and home skills for self-sufficient living. And, stay tuned to our blog for more recipes coming straight from Chef Susan!
Love good food? Then check out the Little House in the Suburbs blog that showcases a dish you'll see during your Colorado dude ranch vacation with us (This one is a Peppery Pork Vegetable Roast). We have gobs of food to show you, so expect this to be the first of many recipes that we'll share with you. Our chef this coming summer will thrill your taste buds. So much for all the fun activities we have here, you'll end up coming back to us for the food!
What You Need:
Large stainless steel bowl
One can of sweetened condensed milk
2 Tbs Vanilla
How to Make Snow Cream:
Step 1-After a fresh snowfall or in anticipation of one, put a big stainless steel bowl and spoon in the freezer.
Step 2-Collect the top layer of snow in the cold stainless steel bowl (fill up bowl just high enough not to spill out when you stir in ingredients).
Step 3-Place full bowl back in freezer while you collect your vanilla and sweetened condensed milk.
Step 4-Open can of sweetened condensed milk and mix 1.5-2 Tablespoons of Vanilla into the can. Stir carefully.
Step 5-Pull bowl of snow out of freezer, and slowly stir in vanilla/sweetened condensed milk mixture.
Enjoy your delicious snow!
*Make sure to keep the bowl and spoon cold at all times. This helps prevent ice on the bottom of the bowl and any freezer burn taste.
**Also, it's a temptation to put your sweetened condensed milk/vanilla mixture in the refrigerator to cool it, but if you do so, you'll never get it out of the can or be able to stir it into the snow.