I would like to share with you a fast and easy way to cook quail eggs in a mini muffin tin. I picked up this mini muffin tin for about $3. It holds 12 Forrest Farm Quail Eggs perfectly. All you have to do is grease each tin and crack one Forrest Farm Quail Egg into each tin. Then put your mini muffin tin in a slightly bigger casserole pan or what ever you have on hand. Put some hot water in the bottom of the casserole dish. Cover with tin foil or use the lid if it has one to create a steam affect. Then put it in the oven at 350 degrees for 3 minutes, or less for softer eggs. Then serve however you like, let your creativity take over. Quail Eggs are a beautiful, healthy and delicious snack, breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Forrest Farm is now selling pasture raised duck. You can find us at the Cotton wood market in Nelson On Saturdays, Rossland Mountain Market on Thursday or you can buy from farm gate anytime 1244 Airport Rd Salmo Just let us know you are coming with a quick email email@example.com. Duck is rich delicious dark meat that is so easy to cook. Recipes
After a late night power outage I didn't have much hope for this hatch of 120 quail eggs. But starting Christmas morning more then 25 little peepers hatched. Not great results but pretty good considering.
I started milking the goats today and in one day Boo and Baby Boo produced 5 liters of fresh, creamy milk. They are such good girls! At this rate I will be needing another fridge really soon.
I'm just waiting for my Slavic Beauty 4 sheep milker to arrive before I start milking the sheep. I am so excited to see how much milk my Sheep will give me. I see a lot of sheep and goat cheese in my future.