Posts Tagged ‘Dessert & Drink’
Where does this goat farmer get his energy?
Managing a goat dairy requires long days and stamina to keep everything running smoothly. This means getting up before dawn and working all day – and, during spring “kidding season,” into the night as well, welcoming new baby kids into the world. Where does Farm Manager Scott Bice get all his energy?
His secret weapon is his “No Kidding Around” Chore-Time Energy Smoothie.” This special concoction, featuring our wholesome goat milk kefir and Scott’s own custom nutrient-rich add-ins, will energize you in the morning and sustain you through work or play.
A Redwood Hill Farm favorite
This recipe has been a favorite for as long as we can remember. We recently learned that it first appeared in print in SF Gate on January 2, 2003 in an article by Lynne Char Bennett. CLICK HERE for the link to the original recipe and article which includes wine pairings too.
There is an amazing persimmon tree on the farm, each year it gifts us such an abundance of fruit AND the fall color is spectacular (it’s fall and I must get a picture soon and post it here). This tart has it all, great contrast of tart and sweet, the creamy chèvre just shines and it’s beautiful to look at before slicing for your family or guests.
Baking with the seasonal harvest is such a great way to celebrate! One of our many Redwood Hill Farm customers sent this recipe to us, and after trying it, we knew we had to include it here. If you have a favorite recipe with any of our artisan goat milk products please send it along—we’d love to share it too.
This quick and portable “Power Lunch in a Glass” is delicious and loaded with nutrients.
Simple to make, creamy & delcious Gelato! Enjoy one of our favorite recipes for summer developed with Redwood Hill Farm plain goat yogurt from one of our favorite Sonoma County chef’s, Duske Estes, Zazu Restaurant.
Fresh fava beans, apples and goat cheddar fill buttery layers of filo dough pastry in this impressive fresh Spring tart.
Redwood Hill Farm Plain Chèvre sweetened to perfection is an elegant dessert, delicious filling for crepes and blintzes or a low calorie alternative to cream cheese frosting. We also love it simply served with slices of fresh fruit such as poached pears, mango or strawberries!
Try molding it for a simple, elegant presentation that is fun and easy to put together. Pictured here, we’ve set it in a heart shape cheese mold. Click here for more recipe ideas with fresh, versatile Redwood Hill Farm Chèvre.
If you can possibly wait, this cake is best served the day after baking. It’s moist tender crumb is due to the yogurt.