You and your loved ones are invited to our Traditional English Christmas Dinner at the Dairy Farm on the Third Sunday, December 16 at 1:30 pm.
Christmas Dinner at the Dairy Farm Menu:
- Mulled Cider
- Sampler Plate of Our Cheese and Chef’s Choice Appetizers
- Smoked Duck and Walnut on Winter Greens
- Champaign Vinaigrette
- Herbed Yorkshire Pudding
- Prime Rib Roast on Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Root Vegetables
- Brussel Sprouts
- Plum Pudding with Hard Sauce
- Tea and Coffee
- Christmas Cookies to Take Home
Hot Mulled Cider is heated to a temperature just below boiling with cinnamon, orange peel, nutmeg, cloves, or other spices added. After heating the drink will mulled spices, the cider is strained before it is served.
Of course we feature our Famous Celebrity Goat Cheeses on our sampler plate of cheeses. We’ll also include a selection of other tasty choice appetizers.
Yorkshire Pudding is a rich, savory roll or popover doused with gravy. Sometimes the meat’s pan drippings are mixed into the batter to enhance its meaty goodness.
Despite the name “plum pudding,” the pudding contains no actual plums. Raisins were sometimes called plums in the 19th century, but only when they were in a plum pudding or plum cake.
What’s more English than tea? Tea rooms can be found in most towns and many villages in the United Kingdom.
Traditional English Christmas cookies include biscuits, tea cakes, and short bread. We will offer a variety of festive and delicious Christmas cookies which our guests are welcome to take home with them.
After our Traditional English Dinner and before our delicious dessert, guests of the Christmas Dinner at the Dairy Farm are invited to meet our friendly Celebrity Goats. Our Celebrity Dairy Goats give us the ability to produce goat’s milk, goat cheeses, and goat soaps.
We look forward to receiving guests on this Third Sunday Dinner. A Christmas Dinner at the Dairy Farm with traditional English faire.