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Classic Dill Pickles

Classic Dill Pickles

The cucumbers are quite literally spilling out of the garden. Personally, I’m thrilled, as it wasn’t that long ago that we had a fence failure, and the deer delighted in devouring the plants. They bounced back though, with a vengeance! For pickling...
We’re In A Pickle…We’re In A Jam!

We’re In A Pickle…We’re In A Jam!

While most sensible folk are off relaxing, vacationing, and enjoying the dog days of summer, we’ve been peeling, chopping, slicing, zesting, juicing, pickling, and jamming our way through July. It’s that time of year, when the garden waits for no one, and...
Moroccan-Spiced Lamb Burgers

Moroccan-Spiced Lamb Burgers

These Moroccan-spiced lamb burgers have been a summertime BBQ favorite for a number of years here on the farm. Every time we make them, we never seem to make enough! We don’t eat a lot of meat, as we prefer to eat food we raise ourselves. However, as we...
Goat’s Milk Pancakes

Goat’s Milk Pancakes

As this spring’s goat kids get closer to being weaned, we now have some extra goat milk at our disposal. I was inspired the other day to actually cook breakfast, instead of resorting to my more predictable breakfast fare. I don’t make pancakes much any...
Cheese Making: Whole Milk Ricotta

Cheese Making: Whole Milk Ricotta

It’s the New Year, and this year one of my resolutions is to make more cheese. Not necessarily to eat more cheese, but make more of the cheeses that we use the most often. We’re looking forward to our own fresh goat’s milk in spring, but in the...