Posts Tagged ‘Goat Milk Cheddars’
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!
from John Ash, Chef Consultant:
“I’ve always loved fondues but they can be a little rich. Here’s a version that cuts down on the fat but still provides the flavor. I love the goat cheeses from Redwood Hill Farm.”
This recipe was originally developed using Redwood Hill Farm Teleme, which we no longer make. Our aged cheddar is a great substitute…melting wonderfully in the bath of the tomatoes.
Sondra Bernstein’s first restaurant, the Girl and the Fig, is an institution and from the beginning of her culinary career in Sonoma County, Sondra’s been an enthusiastic fan of Redwood Hill Farm artisan goat cheese. Over the years she’s developed a number of recipes showcasing our goat milk cheese and has included Redwood Hill Farm in her cookbooks. Enjoy her easy and fabulous fondue recipe using our Smoked Goat or Aged Goat Cheddar.
Sonoma County Chef John Ash brings us this simple soup recipe, pairing our smokey sharp cheddar with radicchio.
Hot, creamy, cheesy warm-your-bones comfort food!
Choose our Redwood Hill Farm Raw Milk Feta, Aged Cheddar, or Chevre, along with toppings of your choice on this home-made pizza. Use your food processor for the dough, and plan to let it rise for 1-2 hours.
Grate some cheese, boil some water and stir – Voila! Smoked Goat Milk Cheddar Polenta! Make it ahead stovetop, then grill or bake before serving.
This is a delicious, rich soup; a meal in itself on a cold winter day. Adjust the cream/vegetable stock ratio to your liking to equal 7 cups of liquid.
Sonoma County food columnist and cookbook author Michele Anna Jordan has created this beautiful savory tart recipe using our goat cheeses. Aged cheddar melds with the herbs, peppers and onion in a custardy filling inside a tart shell made with our Chevre. Use a 9″ tart pan with removeable bottom for an impressive presentation!
Enjoy the bold Mediterranean flavors in this classic quiche, which uses both our goat milk cheddar and yogurt in the custard.