This week brought the question "What does one do with a gallon of raw goat's milk?" as I happened upon some from local goat cheese maker, Tourmaline Hill(located in Greenwood, ME). This is by far the most goats milk I've ever been in possession of and lack the room and materials to make yogurt or cheese with it. My partner, sick of me suggesting that she snack on cereal with goats milk, suggested pudding and, really... why the hell not?
So, upon finding a simple recipe at Martha Stewart Online I'm making my 1st batch of Chocolate Goats Milk Pudding. I'm a huge fan of Chocolate Goat Cheese Truffles, so I'm really looking forward to gorging on this later tonight.
Egg yolks, Valrhona cocoa, goats milk, corn starch, sugar
Pour, strain and chill
While this only has to sit for a few hours, the batch of Limoncello I started on Monday is in it's infancy--sitting for at least 30 days before moving onto the 2nd stage of it. While I'm not much of a drinker I'm throwing this together for the house and future Christmas presents.