All of these wildflowers and grasses help each cow create milk that is subtle and distinct, its creamy loveliness is lightyears from regular corn and grain feed dairy cows.
The kitchen is mere meters from the stable, where custards, puddings, creams, yogurts, tonics, fresh cheeses, and savory spiced sauces are dreamed up and created. The maple sugars and syrups are created from the local forests, while most of the herbs, wildflowers, berries, and apples are gathered from neighboring orchards and farms.
Patrick and Jeff were both in the White Cow Dairy shop when I dropped in recently. It was so nice to see them both, as they playfully bantered with customers and stocked the coolers.
The yogurt is tangy, the quark is smooth, the pudding sweet and all of their product is well made, beautifully constructed, and sold at the farm shop which is located at:
241 Lexington Avenue
on the Northwest corner of Ashland