Breakfast on the Farm

Last week we went on a trip to Tomales Farmstead Creamery’s Farm House with our friends Thomas and Julia. We had a great time cooking dinner, and stayed up late chatting over wine and roasted marshmallows.

Ratio Eight coffee maker with heath ceramic mugs

In the morning, we woke up and brewed a pot of Sightglass Banner Dark coffee in our Ratio Eight (c/o). We quickly had delicious pour-over coffee with just the touch of a button. Not only did it brew amazing coffee, but we love the beautiful design. Everyone had a cup of coffee in their hands the minute they walked into the kitchen.

Eggs and chickens on Tomales farmstead creamery

Barn at Tomales farmstead creamery

Goats being herded at Tomales farmstead creamery

Baby goats Tomales farmstead creamery

Once everyone had a cup of coffee in hand, we went out to gather some eggs for breakfast. We had so much fun exploring the farm, collecting eggs, and seeing the goats get herded in for milking. Some of the goats seemed to have personalities like dogs, and a few of them got extra friendly and used Clayton and Julia as scratching posts.

Breakfast with the Ratio Eight

With our eggs in hand (and lots of photos), we went back to the kitchen and sat down to breakfast. We had a selection of fresh berries, coffee, these scones we had made the day before, and Tomales Farmstead Creamery‘s fresh cream cheese (c/o) with toast.

The Taste Edit and Gal Meets Glam makes breakfast with their Ratio Eight at Tomales Farmstead Creamery

They had a variety of plates and mugs at the Farm House. Check out these bowls that we found that reminded us of the ones they had here, here, and here. We also loved using the tall mugs for coffee. We found similar ones here.

Get more of our recipes from our farm dinner (Eggplant CaponataFava Beans with Grana PadanoMeyer Lemon Potato SaladCast-Iron Skillet Roasted Fennel with Goat CheeseLemon Poppyseed SconesSummer Squash CrostiniArugula Walnut Pesto).

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