Wednesday, October 28, 2009

swine-flu cookies, goat butter, Cahoot & Clara

A local blogger, GNUMOON, made this swine-flu cookies, check out the snot on the noses. Her baked items are always so original, and the baking is just a hobby for her.


Over at Easy Living the Hard Way she's been making goat butter, I want to try it but have to get a milk separator like hers. Oh, I'd love to try goat butter, 'cause our goats milk is so tasty.



Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats

Cahoot


Isn't he a beaut?


Cahoot and Clara went on a date but she didn't even let him get to first base.


I think she likes him though, stay tuned.


June and Caliente were checking Cahoot out too. (Those water buckets are very clean on the inside).


We're still selling eggs at our tiny High Country Farmers Market.
Dr. Oz says - Measure your waist and aim small: Ideal is 32.5 inches or less for women and 35 inches or less for men. Oh my, I've got a looong way to go.

7 comments:

Mom L said...

Your ladies have such lovely beards, but do you think Cahoot will mind getting hairy goat kisses??

Just wonderin' in Iowa
Nancy

John Gray jgsheffield@hotmail.com said...

thanks for your comment
pic of boris will be on later today!!!

Alix said...

Cahoot is just too handsome. I love him. But, EXCUSE ME, where the heck is you-know-who?
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FRANKLIN! My one true love. Is he in hiding until after Thanksgiving? Maybe that's wise... just to be on the safe side.

PS: I'm so proud of your progress regarding all things diet and health related. I just read that waist theory too. Need to get out the tape measure and see where I am in that formula. In general... how's it going for you? Having fun with it?

Melodie said...

I love Clara's tri color!All your goats are cuties though,with lovely beard I might add! I want to make goat butter too.

anniesgoathill said...

I have made goat butter, a very small amount. I was good!

Gizmo said...

Let me know when you get your separator. I'll trade you cheese for butter! ;)
Cahoot is such a doll!! Please give him some scratches for me.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Mmmmm.goat butter. I had no idea that you'd have to get a separator, though. Is it really necessary? We've made butter from cow's milk without using a separator. Is it just because goat milk is different?
Those swine flu cookies are cute, but the boogery noses...uh...not so much. lol!

Go Cahoot!

~Lisa