September 2010

Fall is teasing us

September 30, 2010

The leaves are changing color and there is a definite nip in the air.  I heard some stores already have Christmas decorations installed!  Before we know it we will be in 2011. Susan and John visiting from New York came to cook with us today.  We prepared the Ballotine of Chicken with Prosciutto and Provolone […]

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Bob and Kristen

September 29, 2010

Bob and Kristen visiting from North Carolina and they wanted to learn a fish dish.  We made heirloom tomato stacks with homemade mozzarella cheese and basil pesto for the first course followed by Coulibiac of Salmon with a wreath of baby greens.  Today we made apple buttermilk upside down cake for dessert.  Nothing better in […]

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Mason’s Birthday

September 27, 2010

My nephew Mason’s 19th birthday!  He was just a baby boy it seems.  Off to college and all the girls love him.  The sweetest guy, we love him too.  He is my sisters youngest and they live in Texas.

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Mechanical Engineers build food

September 23, 2010

Tony, Cindy, Grant and LeticiaThe kitchen has been transformed back to a cooking kitchen from a cheese production kitchen, almost.  There are still two wheels of Colby air drying awaiting wax. Today we have two couples from Atlanta, Georgia visiting and celebrating Grant and Leticia’s 35th wedding anniversary!  She said he is no longer on […]

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Cheese Workshop for our friends from Nigeria

September 22, 2010

Today is our Cheese Workshop for a group of Veterinarians and production managers from Nigeria.  We were contacted by a veterinarian named Mark from Seattle who has been working with this group developing a dairy industry for them.  They are visiting the states for about a month to learn how to make cheese.  Tours at […]

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Too hectic day

September 21, 2010

This is the kind of day you hope you never have.  We began by taking Zoe to the vet’s office in Pope Valley for her surgery.  She has a large bump on the top of her head and another one at the base of her tail that will be removed.  Then home to wait for […]

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