This recipe comes to us from Cheryl Forberg, RD, Nutritionist for NBC’s The Biggest Loser.
Fun to make, and fun to eat! Kids love to help make raspberry-honey “cheese.” Just mix in the berries and honey and drain overnight. Serve with gingersnap cookies.
The flavor combination of goat cheese in olive oil is a delectable treat. This recipe drains our plain goat yogurt first, for a thick consistency before adding herbs and shaping into cheese balls.
Be sure to have some fresh bagels on hand when making this delicious herbed “cream cheese.”
Innovative idea by Redwood Hill Farm cheese team turned into new water saving process
We’re so proud of our Cheese Team! Every month at the creamery, we give awards to employees who come up with innovative ideas and procedures for recycling and conservation. This month’s kudos go to our cheese room team, who have come up with a new method of washing the feta molds and the 900 gallon vat. The new process they developed will save 34,000 gallons of water per season! Shown left to right are the fine folks that hand-craft our beautiful goat cheeses: Roselia, Susana, Luciano, Patty, Maribel, and Erick.
June is National Dairy Month
By Tamara Duker Freuman, MS, RD, CDN
June is National Dairy Month, and the Who’s Who of dairy are out in droves reminding us all about the health benefits of cow’s milk. And while I have nothing but love for the cows, I thought I’d highlight the unsung heroes of dairy, instead: goats. After all, the most common dairy consumed worldwide is actually goat’s milk!
HobbyFarms.com interviews Redwood Hill Farm Owner, Jennifer Bice on her company’s historic commitment to the environment
April 22 is Earth Day, a day when we all take pause to think about our lovely planet and how we can protect it. Hobby Farms.com interviewed Jennifer Lynn Bice, owner and CEO of Redwood Hill Farm, who describes Redwood Hill’s solar-powered farm & creamery, recycling and composting programs, and other earth-gentle practices that make every day Earth Day at Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery
Read the article here.
Have no fear, it’s Redwood Hill Farm’s “Poster Girl” Zimba
If you happen to see a 7′ tall goat rolling down the highway, have no fear – it’s “Zimba” our Redwood Hill Farm Alpine poster girl gracing the side of a UNFI Distributor truck! On one side of the truck is Zimba, with all our Redwood Hill Farm goat milk products, and on the other side, our Green Valley Organics lactose free dairy products. UNFI distributes natural foods, and this truck will be traveling the west coast region for the next year. We’d love to know if you spot it in your town.
Here’s a little time-lapse video of the installation of the truck wrap
33 Local Foods We Love!
The Press Democrat’s “Biteclub” blogger Heather Irwin asked her readers to name the artisan foods and drinks that really make Sonoma County the cornucopia of deliciousness that make them proud to be from here. We’re happy to have landed a spot, along with some top-notch favorites of ours, in the Dairy Goods category. Check out Sonoma County’s favorite local food and libations here.
Jennifer attributes her business success to the values she embraced as a 4-H member
This award honors a former 4-H Club member who upholds the values of leadership, citizenship and community service.
The 4-H experience is one the cornerstones of Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery. The Bice family with dad Kenneth and mom Cynthia started Redwood Hill Farm in 1968 to provide fresh Grade A raw goat milk for the family and natural food store customers in Sonoma County. Jennifer excelled in 4-H by showing her goats & rabbits as well as her dogs at American Kennel Club sanctioned dog shows. Active in the Twin Hills, Apple Blossom and Los Cabritos 4-H clubs, Jennifer held various club officer positions and was a 1972 Sonoma County All Star. Jennifer especially enjoyed being a 4-H Junior Leader in the Apple Blossom 4-H Club Dairy Goat project. As a Jr. Leader, along with various duties she was instrumental in organizing a youth dairy goat show.
Jennifer never lost her interest in goats and took over the fledgling family business in 1978. Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery was greatly expanded, becoming a leader in the production of premium quality goat milk products and the Redwood Hill Farm dairy goat herd is considered the premier herd in the country today. For the last 40 years Jennifer has remained true to her mission: craft the very best products in a way that is sustainable for Redwood Hill’s farmland, animals and employees. Jennifer attributes her business success to the values she embraced as a 4-H member and her lifelong commitment to the 4-H motto “To Make the Best Better.”