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Happy New Year Message and Invite…

Written by Sharon Bice on . Posted in Company News

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We’d like to wish our customers,
friends and colleagues all the best in 2015.

Thanks for being part of our fun and success in 2014. From our annual Spring Farm Tours to all the community and national events we shared with you,
it was a great year.

Please visit us online often in the upcoming year for the latest news from our farm and creamery. Also, if you haven’t already, we invite you to join our “Goat Club” by signing up for the Redwood Hill Farm newsletter and be the very first to receive special recipes, images, and promotions all year long…enjoy!

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Redwood Hill Farm’s Artisan Goat Milk Cheeses

 

 

 

Cheers To The Cheese: Create An Appetizer or Dessert Cheese Course for Entertaining

Written by Sharon Bice on . Posted in Life on the Farm, Recipes

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The winter “eating” holidays are all about sharing with family and friends. Entertaining, a house full of party guests or perhaps simply a few intimate friends. Perhaps enjoying a few extra days at home with family and friends, or garnering “oohs and aahs” when you bring a platter of your favorites to a holiday potluck.

Whether you’re serving cheese as an appetizer or as part of your dessert course, have fun by using Redwood Hill Farm’s unique, delicious artisan cheeses and along with a few simple suggestions we’ve discovered over our more than 25+ years of crafting goat milk cheeses in the farmstead tradition.

Recipe: Persimmon and Chèvre Tart

Written by Redwood Hill on . Posted in Recipes

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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.