Farm Life Week Two: Cheesemaking and the Wonders of Whey

There are four goats on the farm who currently produce milk: Mocha, Cocoa, Sissiboo, and Delia. Collectively they are referred to as “the does,” which I think has more of a ring to it than “the nannies,” another term for female goats. Every three days they produce enough milk that Paul makes cheese, and I’ve …

It’s been too long

So, two seasons later… Looks like I’ve been neglecting this blog for a little bit too long. Yes, winter’s actually been pretty busy for all of us here, but that alone probably isn’t a great excuse for me not to post. I could have taken a couple hours one day. So my apologies. Here’s a summary of what’s been happening lately, …

The cheeses made at Snow Lake Keep

‘Tis the season of abundance. With week after week of warm summer weather comes the prolific growth of every vegetable we have in the ground. As if the gardens aren’t enough to keep up with, add livestock to the mix – livestock with udders – and you find yourself spending every spare moment just keeping all this goodness from spoiling! Time to get creative. What better way to preserve …