Farm to Fork, Silly Chickens

Goats and Chèvre

Laura Chenel brought goat cheese making to California in the 1980’s. Until then, the soft, tangy, cheese had been largely unavailable in the US.
The first time I tasted the creamy rounds of warm goat cheese, sautéed in bread crumbs, and served on a bed of greens, at Chez Panisse in Berkeley, was a revelation.

Ever since, I’ve wanted to learn to make goat cheese.

So… I think I need goats!

When I do, I think they need a playground like this one Thatcher Long built for his goats, don’t you?

#cooptofork #urbanfarm #farmtofork #fresheggs #chickens #eggs #coop #farmlife #goats #chèvre #goatcheese #coopdreams #coopgoals

Chez Panisse Baked Chèvre photo by Jonny Valiant

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