by Jojo Frey October 23, 2017
A couple of months ago, we stumbled across Reformation Acres , a beautiful, educational homesteading blog run by self-proclaimed "first generation homesteader", Quinn Veon. After spending a few hours reading her blog posts and watching some of her amazing tutorials, we knew she would be a great partner for Churncraft. Read More
by Jojo Frey October 02, 2017
Silvia whipped up the most delicious eggs – poached with brown butter and crispy sage. Read More
Though simple, her dish used high quality ingredients and was executed perfectly, which is basically Silvia’s cooking style in a nutshell. So simple, so delicious.
by Jojo Frey September 29, 2017
Land O'Lakes just released Pumpkin Spice Butter and officially made PSB a thing. We decided to DIY our own version, the Churncraft way.
Check us out on Better Connecticut teaching our favorite TV hosts, Kara Sundlun and Scot Haney, to make festive fall butter. This autumnal spread is perfect for a cozy fall brunch!
by Kristin Frey September 19, 2017
We had three incredible days exhibiting at the Mother Earth News Fair in Seven Springs, PA. This was our first time attending a Mother Earth Fair and we couldn't be happier with our experience. Not only did we get to teach people all about Churncraft and cultured butter, but we learned so much ourselves! Read More
by Kiki F. Egli September 05, 2017
Last week, we had the privilege of hanging out and cooking with the amazing Silvia Baldini. There’s not much Silvia doesn’t do – a former high-powered art director in NYC, she’s now a local chef, entrepreneur, super mom and all-around #girlboss. Did I mention she won Chopped with “the best dessert on this show ever”? Needless to say, we were thrilled she agreed to be featured in the second installment of our Chef Series!
by Kristin Frey August 08, 2017
It is not often that one gets to visit a herd of beautiful Jersey dairy cows living in the San Juan mountains of Southern Colorado. This past spring, Hannes and I were invited by Dan James of James Ranch in Durango to do just that. Read More