Two quarts from Sweetie and Lafawnduh (I was spelling her name wrong before), and about a gallon from Cutie, fresh and frozen.
I'm going to make a big batch of ricotta tonight so I can make the savory ricotta cheesecake from Heidi at 101 Cookbooks this weekend.
My raspberries are abundant, too, so raspberry ice cream is on the agenda for tomorrow.
I didn't know you had goats! Where have I been? Wait... maybe I did. I'm so jealous! *sigh*ReplyDelete
Yum, raspberry ice cream. I made bacon ice cream last night - hopefully it'll be good.ReplyDelete
Oh cool! I have a book on making cheese, and I've been dying to try it. Looking forward to seeing your results.ReplyDelete
WOW! luck you. If I had a goat, cow or chickens in my backyard, my bastard neighbor would hunt them down.ReplyDelete
ok, really, the alligators who live in the pond behind my house would eat them up. so bad idea.ReplyDelete
Mimi and Jaden, I have goats, but I don't have goats. I own a share in them, and pay a monthly fee for their room and board, as it were, at a farm outside of town. I return I get a share of their output.ReplyDelete
I could get away with bees and chickens, but goats would be a bit trickier in the city.
Cara, bacon ice cream?? Really? Do let me know how it turns out!
Miss T, ricotta is the easiest of cheeses. No rennet needed.