The good, the bad and the ugly from our little goat dairy. Oh, and the cute, too. Lots of the cute.
Monday, January 19, 2009
On Thursday we went down to Galveston for the grand re-opening of the Lunchbox Cafe. If you have not been there and you are able to -- you should go. I figure we drove about 80-85 miles for those sandwiches and it was worth every last foot of the haul.
The owners of the cafe, Daya and Laura are customers and official Friends of the Farm. They have had a long, tough re-build since hurricane Ike totaled their space, and we are so glad they were able to reopen and get on with their important work of feeding people real, quality food using many local, sustainable ingredients.
Rock on, you guys. We're so glad you're back. We'll be down again soon. There are a lot of things on that menu I still want to try.
Blue Heron Farm is a small, family owned goat dairy committed to producing high quality, healthful foods in a sustainable manner.
Located on 10.5 acres in Field Store Community, Texas, we specialize in fresh goat cheeses, which are available at Houston-area farmers markets.
We are dedicated to serving a market that puts thought into their food choices and an importance not only on their own health, but that of the animals that are the source of their food.
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