Pond Mountain Inn

An Inspiring Vermont Bed and Breakfast with Stunning Mountain Views

French Quarter Pain Perdu

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Straight from the French Quarter, New Orleans, this French toast version, with just a hint of vanilla and zest from one whole orange brings a delicate orangey flavor to this New Orleans favorite. And, occasionally we include a touch of Grand Marnier Cordon Rouge to the batter to heighten the flavor complexity. Pain Perdu, which roughly translates to “lost bread” or bread that has lost its freshness traditionally calls for a stale day-old French Baguette—we also use our own homemade sourdough bread or Vermont artisan bread. Glistening with butter and garnished with mixed berries—we’ll set aside some stale bread for you so that you too can savior our Pain Perdu on your next visit!

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Our picturesque mountain and pastural setting are nature’s greeting before you’re warmly greeted in the Main House Gathering Room where your days gently unfold at your leisure. As honored guests of Pond Mountain Inn our property quickly becomes your home. Enjoy the pleasantly languid start to each day, then let adventures still unwritten take you further… We plan fascinating one-of-a-kind experiences according to the pleasure of our guests, but it’s those days when serendipity intervenes that create the most poignant and joyful memories.

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