Posts Tagged ‘Raw Milk Feta’
When we discovered Joy the Baker and these Feta & Sour Cream Scones from her website, I simply could not resist testing this recipe and sharing. I brought these little gems into the office this morning, warm out of the oven all buttery and flaky—yum! Needless to say they were gone in a flash! This is a great recipe. I used our sister-brand Green Valley Organics Lactose Free Sour Cream and fresh chives from my garden.
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Official results for the 2013 Sonoma County Harvest Fair are in! We’re thrilled to announce Redwood Hill Farm Artisan Goat Cheeses once again were awarded top honors with Three Peppercorn Chevre AND Raw Milk Feta both taking away DOUBLE GOLD awards!
For over 38 years, attending the Harvest Fair has been a tradition for both local and out of town guests. Wine and food lovers from as far abroad as South America, India and even Australia, plan their visit to Santa Rosa each October, to sample the county’s bounty. This is our local celebration of the best Sonoma County has to offer in food, wine, and beer. To be awarded top honors in a field of amazing food producers is exciting for all of us at the creamery and farm.
Looking for a quick and simple appetizer using raw milk cheese and showcasing our Raw Milk Feta?
Here we present two options – hot or cold. For the hot, guests scoop up the oozy goodness of roasted feta with herbs and olive oil with slices of crusty bread. The cold version is simply cubed feta in olive oil with fresh ground black pepper, herbs and curls of lemon zest, served with toothpicks. C’est Simple!
This recipe call for the perfect combination of fresh herbs and young salad greens to compliment the bursts of flavor from diced Redwood Hill Raw Feta and Kalamata olives. Adapted by Michelle Anna Jordan from Rosemary Barrons, Flavors of Greece
Any fine olive oil will work well in this salad – we love the extra citrus kick from “O Lime.” This salad comes together quickly, and will make a perfect first course.
A robust potato & feta salad loaded with raw vegetables, and a lemony, fresh herb/anchovy vinaigrette. This recipe comes to us from Chef Rene Madrid, and the San Francisco Yacht Club in Belvedere.
Warm olive oil with lightly sauteed red bell pepper and garlic tops crumpled feta cheese in this delicious dip from Real Simple Magazine.
This is a great weeknight dinner recipe, or for any time you’re short on time. Have it in the oven in 10 minues, then sit back and relax!
Featured in Sunset magazine, this delicious recipe stuffs Poblano chilies with cheesy mashed potatoes. Serve with home-made bell pepper salsa, or cut prep time by purchasing prepared salsa. Our thanks to Barbara Schack, sister of the late Steven Schack, former co-owner of Redwood Hill Farm, for contributing this, one of our favorite recipes.
Our thanks to Sheana Davis of Glen Ellen, CA for this quick and simple pasta dish. Ready in minutes; serve chilled or room temp.