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Painted Hand Farm is a 20 acre Civil War era farm located in Cumberland county, Pennsylvania. We raise meat goats, veal calves, turkeys and organic vegetables using humane and sustainable agricultural practices.

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Tuesday, September 04, 2007

A Weekend of Roasting Small Ruminants: Part Two

Thanks to my introduction to Kane's BBQ from the Skarlatos family, roasting a goat is a tradition that has taken place here on the farm for the last six years on Labor Day. This year over eighty neighbors, friends and family showed up to feast upon the bounty of locally produced foods.
Dad checking out what's left on the buffet wagon. Yes, we actually use a wagon!

Ralph has an audience as the goat is roasting. He's become a true master at this covering up the parts with foil that cook faster than the thicker parts.

Jim, Cecilia & Ralph hanging out by a well picked-over roasted goat.

Theo, Margaret and Linda relaxing and contemplating dessert.

Larry cleans up after serving up delicious snow cones. And yes, we still had home-made ice cream as always.

1 comment:

  1. I know what time of year I'm coming to visit now!