Wednesday, 8 October 2014
Earlier this year we did a swap with a local farm, some of our Tamworth pork for their top quality pedigree beef. As part of the exchange we got some beef mince. We rarely use beef as it is a very inefficient and unsustainable way to produce protein. For us it is a treat. Meanwhile, building up in our fridge was a great deal of milk from our goat, along with some of her cream and the ricotta cheese we made recently.
Along with some onions, carrots, courgettes and tomatoes from recent swaps, they all went into making this rather nice lasagne. The only commercially produced part was the pasta. We'll definitely be making this again.