Elderslie Farm Blog

Elderslie Farm Blackberries
Blackberries

Berry-pampering

I love oysters. They make me think of berries in the spring. With the buds breaking we’re entering four weeks where the berries are at

Read More »
Elderslie Farm Blog

On the Edge of Joy

I am drawn to slow processes that create beauty. It’s why I adore agriculture, why fermentation is something I am awed by and surround myself

Read More »
Elderslie Farm Blog

In the Wet of Spring

Wednesday we had an idyllic Grand Cheese Tasting with twenty guests on a perfect evening and I left about 8:15 pm to go home. I

Read More »
Elderslie Creamery Door
Elderslie Farm Blog

A Creamery Door

A door is what stands between two worlds separating them and uniting them. Practically a great invention, symbolically also a rich one. I learned long

Read More »
Elderslie Farm Blog

Mangle Board

My wife is more talented than I am. I have a plodding methodical creativity and work ethic that has served me well through periods of

Read More »
Cheese

Not Done

Two weeks ago I was in a gas station in Lincoln County Kansas after two days walking in pursuit of birds along the vast expanse

Read More »