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Thank you, Dieter, for a wonderful stay. We absolutely loved Birds of a Feather and will recommend to all. Thanks also for the...
- Dianne & Stephen
Excellent, we love it! Hope to return soon, it's better than any Hotel :) It was a very beautiful experience to stay here for two days...
- ROMEO & TOM
Thank you for a wonderful stay. I have many memories to take home! You made us all feel at home. My grandson's loved TACO & MAC...
- Peggy Dunn
Your home was our first experience with staying at a B&B. We must say that we enjoyed it much more than a hotel. It was like a...
Thank you for the inspiration ! This was truly a welcoming, relaxing, breath taking experience. Something we would love to also offer...
- Scott & Kerri
With an intense 3 week teaching schedule at Royal Roads, Birds of a Feather is a perfect retreat after a long day of teaching. With it...
- Gillian Kerr
This is an amazing place. We enjoy the silence and comfort enviroment. In spite of the rain, we're in a good mood. Recover from the...
- Family Hu Ning
We enjoyed our stay very much. You have a great ability to make everyone feel welcome and at home. Your attention to detail in your...
- Jack
It's been a relaxing evening to stay at your beautiful place. We saw flights of birds in the evening and the hot tub in the rain was...
- Dibya & Ray Shrestha
As I pursue my Master of Arts in Professional Communication, my schedule of studies at Royal Roads University includes two annual on-...
- Joanne Hogan

Sourdough Pancakes or Waffles

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1 1/2 cups flour
1 tbsp. sugar
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. soda
1 tbsp. baking powder
1/4 cup melted butter
1 cup milk
3 eggs
1 cup sourdough batter

Sift together first five ingredients. Beat eggs and milk together in a separate bowl then add with sourdough to dry ingredients. Let rest about 10 minutes. Gently mix in melted butter and cook on hot griddle. For waffles separate egg yolks and whites. Beat yolks with milk and butter and add with sourdough to dry ingredients. Let rest; then fold in stiffly beaten egg whites. Bake in a hot waffle iron or on a griddle. Serves six.