Hope you are staying dry with all this rain we have been getting. This week will be our last week at Lloyd Craft Farms. We are a little sad it is coming to an end, but incredibly thankful for the wonderful people we have met and all the friends we have made. Again, if you would like to learn more about Lloyd Craft Farms and all the wonderful produce they have please visit http://lloydcraftfarms.com/.
For our last week we will be bringing a variety of cheeses. Most of the cheese is something we are all familiar with such as cottage cheese, cream cheese, sour cream, and creme fraiche. Kris also made some delicious chevre. Chevre is french for goat cheese, but here at Diamond S we put our own spin on it and made it from fresh Brown Swiss and Jersey A2 milk. It is similar to cream cheese, just softer and fluffier.
Along with the fresh cheese we will have some simple recipes for you to try the raw milk in different useful and easy ways. Also, don't forget this is the first week to get some of the delicious Red Zinger Sauerkraut!
Although this is our last week at Lloyd Craft Farms, we still plan on delivering fresh milk weekly to Worland. Time and place are still in the works, but be sure to let us know if you would like to continue your weekly orders! There will only be special orders once per month starting in November for items other than just milk. We're not in a dry period but we are only milking 1 1/2 cows instead of all five right now so we are doing the best with what the girls are giving us. With every bit of the milk we get extra for the winter we will be making and aging cheddar, swiss and other varieties of delicious cheese. Subscribe to the blog and we will continue to let you know what we have available. I will leave you with this amazing photo Ken Searfoss took the other day near the ranch. How about that rainbow?!
~Blaise for Diamond S Ranch