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Just Shoot Me Already

Oct
24

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If you have goats, I know you feel my pain.

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Bossy and Oreo

Oct
20

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Check in with Bossy and Oreo–isn’t Oreo growing?! She’s 10 months old now, so she could start cycling at any time. But it’s best not to breed a heifer until around 12-13 months old, so she and her mama are separated to a field to themselves for now. Bossy is already bred, so she doesn’t need to see her boyfriend right now anyway. Quality mother-daughter time!

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  1. sampler4 October 19, 2016 - Sample and Save!

    Enjoy every goat’s milk bar soap variety made at Sassafras Farm! The Soap Sampler Pack includes seven handmade bars, one each of Beer Me Babe, Burnt Sugar & Spice, Lavender & Oatmeal, Lemongrass & Honey, Brown Sugar & Oats, Forever Rosemary, and Peppermint & Coffee. Save 50 cents per bar off the regular individual bar price when buying the sampler pack.

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  1. img_8852 October 18, 2016 - Drying Out After the Workshop

    That title makes it sound like I’ve been on an alcohol binge, doesn’t it? Heh.

    But actually it refers to the two cheeses made by participants at this past weekend’s hard cheese workshop at the farm. They were guided through the creation of a Blue Gouda and a Beer Cheddar. Now the two cheeses are air drying before being waxed. The cheese waxed by … Continued…

  1. img_8706 October 17, 2016 - Homemade Crazy Bread Bites

    I’ve never had Little Ceasar’s Crazy Bread Bites, but I saw a commercial for them on TV and instantly craved them. MUST. HAVE. So I made some, homemade.

    This was too dead simple to do a recipe post–it’s just garlic breadsticks, cut in pieces, then melting cheeses on top with diced jalapenos, crumbled bacon, and whatever else you want. And they’re delicious!

    And truly, if … Continued…

  1. img_8771 October 14, 2016 - The Baby

    He misses mommy when she’s working!

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    I made this Blue Gouda a few months ago and just cut it open last night. I’ll be letting attendees at this weekend’s hard cheese workshop have a tasting!

  1. soapcubes October 10, 2016 - Soap Cubes

    My latest love–I’m selling these mini blocks of creamy goat’s milk soaps, convenient for use on trips or to create an inviting, country-style display for guests in your home. Soap cubes come in Lavender & Oatmeal, Peppermint & Coffee, Beer, Lemongrass & Honey, Rosemary, Sugar & Spice, or Brown Sugar & Oats. Six cubes per package, $7. You can get them here through my website … Continued…

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