Welcome Kisses and Cream to the Homestead!

In In The Kitchen, On The Homestead by healthyadmin

20160531_192033[1]Here at the homestead, we enjoy growing and raising as much of our own food as we can.  We decided a long time ago that with the current commercial trends in food, increased use of pesticides and GMO products, and over-all health of the food, we wanted to know the origins and handling of as much of our food as possible.  Notwithstanding, the flavors of fresh, home-grown are undeniably superior.

That being said, we are so very excited to be expanding our homestead to include our very own family milk cow.  Welcome Kisses and Cream, a Jersey/SimmAngus cross heifer calf!  Kisses and Cream (or K.C. as we’ve been calling her) is still very young which gives us the added advantage of raising her and training her from an early age to halter, stand in the stanchion, and know who we are.  K.C. will offer us fresh milk, cream, butter, yogurt, soft cheeses, hard cheeses, ice cream, kefir, and a wide range of other fresh dairy to our pantry.  Stay tuned for updates on K.C. and her progress as she grows.

If you’re interested in learning how to make your own dairy products from fresh milk, be sure to check out our latest online course here.  In this course we will show you step-by-step how to make some of our favorite dairy products such as butter, buttermilk, yogurt, kefir, ice cream, whipping cream, cream cheese, mozzarella cheese, feta cheese, cottage cheese, and a few other bonus videos for good measure.  We know you’ll love it!