Ever wonder what it would be like to live in Paris? How about raising a family there?
In her appealing new book, An American Family in Paris, Sally Fallon Morell recounts her adventures raising a family in the 7th arrondissement, the heart of Paris, from 1983 to 1985. Insightful and amusing, Sally’s book highlights the details of her family’s daily life – apartment hunting, childbirth, school days, grocery shopping, challenging French elevators, music and dance lessons, emergency room visits, the subtleties of speaking French, and more. Delightful illustrations by artist and designer Richard Morris, author of A Life Unburdened, are featured throughout.
An American Family in Paris is on sale now
Aquasco Jack – an American Original
We are delighted to announce that our 2015 Aquasco Jack Cheese just won 2ND PLACE in the American Cheese Society annual competition!
Our Aquasco Jack is aged over six months, and has a wonderful texture and delicious nutty flavor.
Haven’t tried it yet? Some of our customers say it’s their favorite of all our cheeses.
Stop by and taste Aquasco Jack for yourself!
Sally’s new book, The Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children: Teaching Children to Cook the Nourishing Traditions Way, has just been published!
Co-written with Suzanne Gross and illustrated by Angela Eisenbart, this beautiful, simple spiral-bound book is for children and parents alike – or anyone involved in a young person’s life. It is full of information and recipes featuring eggs, butter, raw milk, meats, broth, fermented foods, whole grains, vegetables, and healthy desserts.
A section on kitchen tools and a measuring guide are included.
This is a book that can be used to successfully equip children with the skills and wisdom to nourish themselves and – one day soon – their own families!
The Nourishing Traditions Cookbook for Children is available only at the farm store right now. You can purchase it at a special price of $25 – that’s $9 off the cover price! Stop by to get a copy for yourself, your family, or someone you love, today!
We just received word that our 2014 Prince George’s Blue Cheese won THIRD PLACE in the American Cheese Society annual competition!
We are especially thrilled, because there is a lot of competition in the rinded blue vein cheese category. Our creamy signature natural-rinded blue cheese is rich in character without the bite that is typical of most blue cheeses. We use Penicilium roqueforti mold culture, animal rennet and Celtic sea salt. Each batch is aged for over 60 days.
If you haven’t tried our award-winning Prince George’s Blue, now is the perfect time!