Shore Lodge Gives Moms Two Reasons to Celebrate

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Idaho's iconic Shore Lodge is offering a special Mother's Day package that includes lake-view accommodations for two nights, a 60-minute relaxation massage for mom, and complimentary brunch for her on Sunday. And for those who still want to pamper their moms but can't get them to McCall, the resort's executive chef shares his recipe for crumpets.

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Looking for a Mother's Day gift that has greater impact than the latest fragrance?

Looking for a Mother's Day gift that has greater impact than the latest fragrance? If she enjoys the mountains and loves to be pampered, treat mom to an unforgettable and well-deserved weekend getaway this year at the historic Shore Lodge in McCall, Idaho.

The beloved Gem State resort is offering a special "It's All About Mom" Mother's Day Package available May 7-9. It includes lake-view accommodations for two nights, a 60-minute relaxation massage for mom, and complimentary brunch for her on Mother's Day. Rates are $359 and do not include taxes or resort fees. One mom per package is allowed. Extra spa treatments and Sunday brunch for additional guests are available at menu prices. (Shore Lodge offers a similar Father's Day package June 18-20 for $399 that includes a round of golf at Whitetail Club instead of a massage.)

For those who still want to pamper their moms but can't get them to McCall, Shore Lodge Executive Chef Eric Gruber is sharing his recipe for the sweet and savory British bread snack known as crumpets. Crunchy on the outside and spongy on the inside, these porous pastries are generally served hot along with butter or another topping, such as cheese, honey, poached eggs, jam, marmalade, peanut butter or syrup. Whether you're hosting a tea party or serving breakfast in bed, these scrumptious crumpets are guaranteed to please mom.

RECIPE FOR SHORE LODGE CRUMPETS

INGREDIENTS
4 cups warm water (110° F)
2 oz. dry yeast
2 oz. honey
2 tsp. salt
2 tbsp. baking powder
4 cups all-purpose flour

DIRECTIONS
In a small bowl, place the warm water and yeast and set aside for 5 minutes. In a large mixing bowl, mix the flour, salt and baking powder. After the yeast has bloomed, pour the water into the flour and mix well. Set bowl aside for 1 hour and let dough develop. On a hot griddle, place crumpet mold and spoon in batter. Cook for 5 minutes, flip and cook another 5 minutes. Remove mold and let cool. Makes 12-15 crumpets.

ABOUT THE CHEF
Along with a lifetime of passion for cooking, Chef Eric Gruber brings more than two decades of culinary experience and knowledge to McCall, Idaho's Shore Lodge. A graduate of the Scottsdale Culinary Institute who has worked at several 4-star, 4-diamond establishments, Chef Gruber has served as executive chef at Shore Lodge since September 2008. His philosophy of building menus around seasonal and regional ingredient-driven cuisine is showcased most notably at The Narrows, the resort's fine-dining restaurant and lounge. Locally sourced products like grass-fed lamb from Hailey, Idaho, with mountain huckleberries picked fresh in McCall are highlights of the menu.

ABOUT SHORE LODGE
Established in 1948 and nestled on the sandy shores of beautiful Payette Lake, the iconic Shore Lodge is the premiere resort in Central Idaho and a quintessential mountain retreat. Having completed a major renovation in 2009, the property and its amenities are second to none and include Whitetail Club, an 18-hole, 1,200-acre, private golf course designed by U.S. Open winner Andy North. In addition, Shore Lodge is nearby three major river systems and only 5 miles from Brundage Mountain, which Ski Magazine says has "the best powder in North America" and which provides lift-assisted access to more than 20 miles of mountain bike trails. Visit http://www.shorelodgemccall.com for more information.

CONTACTS:
Jocelyn Kidd, Shore Lodge, (208) 630-0216
Melissa Altmann, Shore Lodge, (208) 630-0228
Tony Harrison, Stoltz Marketing Group, (208) 880-9814

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