Reunited and it tastes so good…

The last Sunday in April Cyndie and I went to the St. Paul Farmer’s Market – the alley edition.  The full farmer’s market was set to open the first weekend in May.  To my surprise and delight, LoveTree Farms was selling their absolutely wonderful goat and cow cheeses partway down the alleyway.  I no more than saw the name on the table and the memory of their cheese and pizza filled my mind.  I knew exactly what I was going to do with the goat cheese we purchased…make some semi-homemade pizza.  Yum.  Far from wood fired, but still plenty good.

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I first tasted this delectable cheese back in late October of 2011 at LoveTree Farms in the Trade Lakes area of Wisconsin (Approx 15 minutes Southeast of Grantsburg).  They make wonderful wood-fired pizza (Pizza by the Pond) on Sunday’s (after Memorial Day) from 2-8 p.m.  I didn’t make it back to LoveTree Farms in 2012, but am hoping to get their this season.

I live in a great area full of gems and wonderful surprises like LoveTree Farms and the St. Paul Farmer’s Market.  If you are out and about, check out LoveTree at their farm near Grantsburg, WI for Pizza by the Pond or at the farmer’s market –   you won’t be disappointed.

Here are a few photos from my original trip in 2011.  The original post from October 2011 is here:  Hugo, MN to Grantsburg, WI.

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4 Replies to “Reunited and it tastes so good…”

  1. It is amazing how many of these gems we only find by luck and good fortune. One of the real joys of the internet is to be able to share that knowledge, help us discover more of these treasures. As it happens I will be in St Paul in June so it may be time for a road trip to Love Tree Farm for wood fired pizza by the pond. Thank you.

  2. It was a treat to taste the goats cheese from Love Tree and will be even a greater treat to taste their wood-fired pizza. I know that you enjoyed your visit back in 2011, and cannot wait to see the sights.

  3. I think you should start getting a ‘kick-back’ for all the wonderful advertising you do when you find a little ‘gem’ that you like. 😉

    See you soon.

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