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Bodhi's Sourdough Pancake and waffle brunch

Bodhi's Sourdough Pancake and waffle Brunch at the Aquaponics Farm of Cuenca is taking reservations for our upcoming Brunch on Sunday the 2nd of October. We are adding a new dish by request only, French toast.
Additionally, there will be eggs, egg and vegetable fritata, our sourdough biscuits and homemade gravy, hashbrowns, Sausage, homemade Strawberry Jam and Syrup. Not to mention, bloody Mary's with our homemade Tomato juice, Irish coffee, mimosas with fresh squeezed orange juice, screw drivers and vokda lemonades with homemade lemonade. We are considering adding Margaritas as well, so let us know if those are of interest.

For those of you that haven't heard about what we are offering, keep reading.

Our Sourdough is considered an Alaskan Treasure. It was brought to Alaska via the Chilkoot Trail by Judge James Wikersham in 1897. From there it ended up in the hands of one of the first Female bush pilots, Amylou Barney and finally ending up in the hands of my mom, Diane Boone, in the 1980’s and my hands in the 1990s.

Foodies will tell you the longer a sourdough is nurtured the better the flavor. That is the reason this little living starter has enchanted generations with its flavor and has been passed along for the 120 that we can trace. Clearly it has been passed down probably for hundreds of years before. The number of people that have told me this Sourdough Starter has created the best pancakes and waffles they have ever had is countless now. Beware, once you try these pancakes and waffles it may ruin you for all others! Breads or pancakes using this starter tend to be diabetic friendly and super low gluten do to the digestive action of the live starter. Oh and we make our own Ghee to cook with for the amazing flavor and the health benefits of this super natural healthy cooking oil made from clarified butter.

All you can eat for $9.95 or facebook message us for a reservation.

Sunday Oct. 2nd, from 10:30 to 2:30 PM, Cuenca