Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Wednesday ~ White and Outdoors?

As I was telling you on my last post, after our visit to the
I picked up my first gallon of their Raw Whole Jersey Milk this morning!
As soon as the cream rises, I am going to attempt to
make my first batch of homemade butter since I was a child.

Come back on Friday for Show and Tell and I will tell you
about the item behind the jar of milk!
~*~
(to qualify for Outdoor Wednesday, please go to my previous post!)


...and Kathleen for White Wednesday!
Thank you ladies, for hosting these fun memes every Wednesday!
~*~
"...like newborn babes, long for the pure milk of the word, that by it you may grow in respect to salvation, if you have tasted the kindness of the Lord."
1 Peter 2:2&3

8 comments:

Christa said...

I Love that butter churn you have in the background. Is that what you're going to use to make your butter? If so, How fun!
I hope you let us know how it goes.

Christa

LDH said...

I remember making butter with the kids when they were little by shaking it in a jar. It took a little work but turned out well.

Looking so pretty here on your blog!

Cindy Geilmann said...

That is such a beautiful sight. It reminds me of when I was little. We use to get whole milk from a dairy farmer up the street. My mother never made butter though. Your awesome! I do remember spilling it a couple of times in the backseat of the car.

come visit
cindy@stitches

Marqueta said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

Ahh, butter-making! I remember fondly making butter in a jar when I was little. Enjoy yours!

Love,

Marqueta

Nadine said...

Yum...delicious on homemade bread!

Blessings!
~Nadine

Simply Heart And Home said...

I bet that butter will taste wonderful!

Gina

Kathy said...

Have joined to see how your homemade butter turns out! I know of a dairy farm that sells their milk with the cream still in it - heaven!
thanks for stopping by my WW - you made my day!
Kathy

~ Maria ~ said...

Oh dear friend,

This must be so much fun, to see the sweet cream turn into sweet butter...yummm!

I have never made butter, but I sure would like to try one day :)

Blessings,

Maria