Easy Cheese…Chèvre

Who would have thought cheese making could be so easy?  Never did I think I’d make my own cheese, especially from the beginning….meaning from the animal to the stove to the jar. Just takes patience and a little time. So here it is…from sweet little Edelweiss all the way to my cracker—chèvre.   Creamy goat milk cheese. […]

Wandering Out West

I’m still recovering from our whirl wind of a trip out to West Texas.  Yes, we made another trip…800 miles to be exact.  Mom always jumps at the chance to visit her home town of Old Glory, Texas.  There she can catch up with old friends, her brother and sister in-law, and see the ranch. […]

Soup du Jour: The Ancients

The overcast skies inspired the talented Chef to make two of his famous and historic soups.  Butternut Squash and the classic French Onion; the latter was a weekly occurrence at the Chef’s first restaurant–Holly Road Cafe.   Classic French Onion is a soup with ancient origins.  Dating back to Greek and Roman times, onions were readily […]

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