This is Dennis, I have never met him in person, but the joy, energy & life that emanates from him just screams welcome and come on by for dinner! I just want to pull up a stool, grab a peeler or whatever is needed and hear the story of this man and the lives he has touched.Read More
I love this image, it captures and evokes a sense of childhood wonder – a treasure found (and of all things) in the shape of a heart- the very thing that represent human love.
You can see and imagine so many things from a photo and its subject and yet I don’t know the whole story of this child. I know only one tiny sliver – she spent time at a place called “Nellie’s”.Read More
What does “Thanksgiving” mean anymore? I was recently reflecting on a time in my life I hadn’t thought about for a little while. A time which was incredibly challenging and the many events that led up to that point in my life.Read More
Pairing Canadian Buttertarts with our smooth Udderly Ridiculous Vanilla Bean Lavender … we set out to snag a few buttertarts to test out this theory. The results…..Read More
Although a scoop of ice cream or an ice cold smoothie helps on a hot day like today, I thought I would share one of my favorite summertime treats to make that pairs fabulously with our Peachy Mango Tangy Ice cream. Its a bit crunchy, sweet, tangy and smooth all on a homemade cinnamon crisp.Read More
March is upon us, and I can hardly believe we are about to formally launch this Udderly Ridiculous company. I am even more amazed at being able to do that at the One of a Kind Show in Toronto that gets almost 60,000 visitors – what an opportunity to showcase our Goat Milk Ice Cream!
Leading up to the show we have been busy organizing, and at times it feels like a long row of dominos – if just one falls the rest come tumbling down….Read More
In 2015, we began writing a business plan to expand and modernize the (3rd generation) family farm. As the business plan unfolded, a larger vision emerged about how the farm could give back to the community and to the industry. Greg had always wanted to create a product “from the farm” and Cheryl really wanted to bring something different and fun to market - something very few people were doing – Goat’s Milk Ice Cream.Read More