When you own gardens and goats, there is also something in the refrigerator. Since moving, I have not had much in the way of freshly picked herbs or produce. But I have plenty of Bambi’s sweet creamy Nigerian goat milk.
You can follow this link to see our fun cheeses. Some day, I will figure out how to play it right here on the blog, but until then you have to be re-directed to my You Tube Channel.
So I make cheese or ice cream every other day. I make different versions of Chevre. Number 1 because it is the quickest, and number two I can make it in small batches. I only get 5-6 cups per day from my little girl and most other cheese call for a gallon or two.
When people stop by, I ask them if they want to try a taste of goat milk cheese or goat milk ice cream. So far I have not had any refusals. I am getting pretty good at using different starters to get different flavors. I also have a very dear friend who is my cheese making mentor.
On Saturday night, we celebrated my Son In Law’s birthday, by making dinner. I invited a few other guests too. Why not? I was already gonna cook, I just made a bigger batch. So I had some cheese in the fridge and my cheese mentor came to dinner and brought a couple of her delicious cheeses. We had a cheese fest.