***Our Farm Market and Tour Closed Today***
Just look at this strawberry Farmer Bob brought home from the Waxhaw Farmers’ Market on Saturday!
It was DELICIOUS! This morning I sliced up 2 cups of these gorgeous berries to make strawberry bread this evening. Our annual quilting retreat got off to a great start yesterday morning and we’re having a fun tea party on Wednesday, so I’m making little tea sandwiches from the strawberry bread, and I’ll fill them with our fresh chevre that I’ve made from Marble and Trist’s milk. I’ll post the recipe for the bread in another upcoming blog post, so stay tuned!
Poor Rosie has been very sick and I’ve been so worried about her. She had a cut on her udder, and then developed mastitis when bacteria entered through the wound into the tissue deep in her udder. I’ve heard of mastitis before but, since having dairy animals of any kind is new to us, this is the first time we are dealing with this potentially deadly illness. Continue Reading →