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The big announcement...my #CapricornChallenge winner!

Posted on 19/12/2012 by Ethel

Merry Christmas goaties!

How are you all? Are you getting ready for some festive fun? We have been decorating here at the farm and it looks lovely! Although, I have been told off by the farmer’s wife for chewing at all the decorations *slaps hooves*….
That said! I have my own little Christmas gift to bestow. It is finally time for me to reveal who our overall #CapricornChallenge champion, and winner of the Babington House prize, is! I can’t believe the challenge has come to an end already *sob*
I’ve had such a fabulous 2012 with you lovelies, reading and sharing all your goaty-licious recipes! We began the #CapricornChallenge back in June, where I sent cheesy Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese hampers to fifty of you creative (and hungry!) foodies…
You responded with such original, tasty and beautiful-looking recipes and I grazed through them all (YUM!) picking the best recipe every month to share with you all.
So! After picking six of my favourite recipes and six finalists I have chosen my favourite recipe of them all.
*hooves tapping drum roll*
It is… the hoof-lickingly good Goats Cheese Soufflé with Cider Poached Pear & Fig by the wonderfully talented Fleur of HomemadebyFleur!! This recipe hits all the goat-y spots just right – a wonderful combination of my delicious cheese with sumptuous pears and figs – yummers. Also, this one is technically very challenging and Fleur pulled it off like a pro, well done, Fleur! I hope you enjoy a fantastic time at Babington House, I must say I would love a trip to the Cowshed Spa right now for some pre festive horn sparkle. And not forgetting your year’s supply of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese - delish
A massive thank you from the farm to everyone who entered! We cannot thank you enough for your delicious goat-y creations and we hope you had a baaa-rilliant time making them.
I wish you all a great Christmas and will see you in 2013!
Bleat ya later!
Ethel x
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#CapricornChallenge Finalist Six

Posted on 07/12/2012 by Ethel

Howdy goaties!

How is everyone coping with this horrible weather? It seems the season has turned a sharp corner - it’s been very cold at the farm lately. My beard has turned to ice!

That said, I have been fattening myself up as it’s only going to get colder. The farmer has been having plenty of roast dinners at the farm to warm him up, so your #Bleatoclock tips have really come in handy!

Also, I am sure you are all excited to find out who the sixth and final #CapricornChallenge finalist is. I can’t believe this is our last announcement! Where have these six months gone? The kids and I have had a great time hoofing through your goat-ally great recipes. Thanks so much for sending them all in. I can’t believe how talented and creative you all are – and more importantly we’ve all gained some great ideas for using my yummy, scrummy cheese!

So, not to delay any longer, our final #Capricorn Challenge winner is...*drumroll*…Helen from Fuss Free Flavours for her Savoury Goat’s Cheesecake Jars!  Con-goat-tulations Helen!

Helen’s recipe is quirky, different and I love how cute they look in those little jars. She is cheering us up through the cold by getting us in the mood for summer, as these jars would be great for a picnic. However, they also make for a great starter while we wait for the sun. If you want to have a stab at making them, Helen’s recipe is here.

And that’s it folks! We have confirmed all the #CapricornChallenge finalists, so we will shortly announce who will win the trip to Somerset’s Babington House and a year’s supply of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese…watch this space…

Ethel x

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#CapricornChallenge Finalist Five

Posted on 19/10/2012 by Ethel

Greetings kids!

When did it get so cold? Brrrr. I’ve been looking to all your yummy recipes to warm this goat up now the weather has changed!
 
I’ve also been busy with National Baking Week, using all the brilliant tips you sent in during last month’s #BleatoClock! I’ve made a blueberry frangipane, some baaa-eautiful cupcakes and a carrot cake…keep an eye on Twitter for the pictures and let me know what you think.
 
Now onto the important news, our fifth finalist! I’m goat-ally excited to announce that our penultimate #CapricornChallenge finalist is Fleur from Homemade by Fleur for her Goats Cheese Soufflé with Cider Poached Pear & Fig.
 
We all know how tricky soufflés can be so horns off to Fleur!! Such an impressive way of making my cheese into a deelish dessert! Take a look at how she did it here
 
Homemade by Fleur is now a #CapricornChallenge finalist and in with a chance to win the trip to Somerset’s Babington House and a year’s supply of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese! I’ll be picking another finalist next month (and all current entries are still in the running) so keep posted for that announcement and in the meantime good luck my goat-y friends!
 
Ethel x
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#CapricornChallenge Finalist Four

Posted on 21/09/2012 by Ethel

Hello my goat-y pals

Can you believe we are into our fourth month of the #CapricornChallenge? You know the old saying, ‘time flies when you’re having pun’ – whoops, I mean FUN!

I’m in the goathouse with The Farmer and his wife again this month. They say that since I started the #CapricornChallenge there has been so much food around that their clothes keep getting tighter. Well my goaties, it’s your fault for making such faaa-bulous dishes. They just can’t keep their hands off!

After this month’s delish deliberations, our worthy fourth finalist is *drums hooves on upturned saucepan*…

Karen from Lavender and Lovage for her Pear, Walnut & Goat’s Cheese Breakfast Buns. These buns are fun, different and easy to make. And they showcase a new way of using my yummy cheese!

Have a gander at the goat-ally tasty recipe for yourselves here

Lavender and Lovage is now a #CapricornChallenge finalist and in with a chance to win the trip to Somerset’s Babington House and a year’s supply of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese! I’ll be picking another finalist next month (and all current entries are still in the running) so keep posted for that announcement and in the meantime good luck my goat-y friends!

Ethel x

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#CapricornChallenge Finalist Three

Posted on 22/08/2012 by Ethel

Hello friends!

#CapricornChallenge has taken ‘oof in a big way! This ol’ goat just keeps being wowed by everyone’s amazing recipes. We’ve had everything from clever ideas for breakfast, cakes and tartins to gorgeous twists on British classics - so a special bleat-out to all my blogger pals who’ve taken part so far!

I have to admit, the Farmer is a bit cheesed off this month after I covered the kitchen in sauces, condiments and utensils (it’s not easy having hooves sometimes), but it was bleatin’ brilliant to recreate all the yummy dishes I’ve received.

After rigorous testing, I’m goat-ally excited to name the #CapricornChallenge third finalist as…Janice from Farmersgirl Kitchen for her Chicken Stuffed with Figs and Goats Cheese recipe. It’s simple, but impressive – perfect for a dinner party!

Take a peek at the delish recipe for yourselves here.

Farmersgirl Kitchen is now a #CapricornChallenge finalist and in with a chance to win the trip to Somerset’s Babington House and a year’s supply of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese! I’ll be picking another finalist next month (and all current entries are still in the running) so keep posted for that announcement and in the meantime good luck my goatey friends!

 Ethel x

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#CapricornChallenge Finalist Two

Posted on 24/07/2012 by Ethel

Hiya kids!

The #CapricornChallenge is now in full swing and I’ve been goat-ally overwhelmed by both the quantity and quality of the beautiful recipes my blogger pals have been sharing.

We’ve had pastas, muffins and everything baaa-lectable in between! I’ve had a ball re-creating them, although not sure mine look as good as the originals (it’s not easy cooking with hooves you know)! Picking a second finalist was tricky! We’ve had so many fabulous entries since we started…

*Hoof-y drumroll*

Let’s all say congr-aaa-tulations to Dom from Belleau Kitchen for his Goats Cheese Pizza with Tomato and Fig Jam using Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese. I chose this because the flavours are really well thought-out – a simple recipe with a lovely foodie twist! Take a look and try out Dom’s recipe for yourselves by clicking here.

Belleau Kitchen is now a #CapricornChallenge finalist and in with a chance to win the trip to Somerset’s Babington House and a year’s supply of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese! I’ll be picking another finalist next month (and all current entries are still in the running) so keep posted for that announcement and in the meantime good luck my goat-y friends!

To take part in my #CapricornChallenge bleat me @EthelTheGoat for your chance to win a trip to Somerset’s Babington House, as well as a year’s supply of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese - baaaa-rilliant!

Ethel x

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#CapricornChallenge Finalist One

Posted on 20/06/2012 by Ethel

Hi kids!

I recently launched the #CapricornChallenge by asking you lovely food bloggers to create yummy recipes using a hamper full of my Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese and other Somerset goodies.  I was baaa-lown away by the level of enthusiasm and inventiveness…it’s really warmed my goaty-heart.
 
Picking a first finalist has been super duper difficult! I twirled my hooves for hours as every recipe entry has something special about it. But, after much deliberation, the results are in!  *Drum hooves*…
 
Please put your hooves together for Marie from The English Kitchen for her goatilicious recipe of Spring Salad of Mixed Greens & Goat's Cheese Bakewell "Truffles".  Marie’s use of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese was very inventive and yet simple. Take a look and try out Marie’s recipe for yourselves by clicking this link: http://capricorngoatscheese.co.uk/Capricorn_Challenge.htm
 
So a big congrats to The English Kitchen who is now a finalist in with a chance of winning the trip to Somerset’s Babington House and a year’s supply of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese! I’ll be picking another finalist next month (and all current entries are still in the running) so keep posted for that announcement and in the meantime good luck my goat-y friends!
 
To take part in my #CapricornChallenge bleat me @EthelTheGoat and you could be in with the chance to win a trip to Somerset’s Babington House, as well as a year’s supply of Capricorn Somerset Goats Cheese - baaaa-rilliant!
 
Ethel x
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#CapricornChallenge

Posted on 30/05/2012 by Ethel

Hiya kids!

 

I can baaaa-rely contain my excitement and just had to write a lil’ blog post to tell you all about my new project.

 

As Beryl has hoofed off travelling and Dot has been banned from social media (don’t ask), I’m the only Capricorn Goat left on Twitter and I take my responsibility goat-ally seriously. I’m a pretty clever and culinary kid, always in the kitchen experimentin’, and have decided to create a very exciting foodie challenge!

 

This week I launched my #CapricornChallenge, working with my human foodie blogger pals.

 

Here’s how it works:

 

-          I send them a hamper jam-packed full of all my fave foods from Somerset and beyond

-          They use the ingredients provided as inspiration – adding other tasty extras if they fancy! – to devise a lip-smacking recipe and post it on their blog

-          I’ll try each recipe (what a life!) and select 6 finalists over the coming months – these will appear on my website: www.capricorngoatscheese.co.uk

-          To finish off the challenge, I’ll choose my overall favourite recipe and the winning chef will receive a trip to Babington House in Somerset (it’s so plush – beats my pen any day!) and a year’s supply of Capricorn Goats Cheese

 

Pretty cool – right?

 

Keep checking the website recipe section to see the yummiest of my friend’s creations. If you’re a blogger and would like to get involved, ‘bleat’ me @EthelTheGoat and I’ll send you more information.

 

Happy cookin’, kids!

 

Ethel x

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My Moroccan Spiced Capricorn® Goats Cheese Meze for the win!

Posted on 13/10/2011 by Ethel

Exciting times, kids – we’re into the fifth and final week of the Capricorn® Ready, Steady, Bleat competition! Beryl has spent the past couple of days gloating about her latest #capricornhot win, but she’s really gone too far this time by saying I cheated!

Our trusted friend and adjudicator, Dot, has assured me that my baaa-eautiful Goats Cheese and Creamed Leek Tart did not break any rules. Even though it needed five minutes in the oven, it was served chilled so Beryl can herd off!
Even though I didn’t cheat, it seems you preferred Beryl’s gnocchi recipe – so now we’re in for a goatally thrilling final week. We’re hoof to hoof with two wins each, so the winner of week five will be crowned ultimate champion of the Capricorn® Goats Cheese recipe competition!

My final recipe is a bit of a risk, but I’m hoping you will love it. It’s a Moroccan Spiced Capricorn® Goats Cheese Meze! 

Serves 2

Preparation time: 5 minutes
 
Ingredients
        2 x100g Capricorn® Goats Cheese
        1-2 teaspoons of Moroccan tagine spices
        50g houmous
        80g marinated olives
        2 mini flatbreads
        Lemon oil or olive oil
        Sea salt
        Freshly ground black pepper
 
Method
1.       Cut each of the Capricorn® Goats Cheese in half and dip into the Moroccan spices. Place onto a meze board.
2.       Add the houmous and olives to the board.
3.       Chargrill the flatbreads for 2-4 minutes, place on the board.

4.       Serve with a little olive/ lemon oil in a dipping pot.

 

 

  

Per serving: 537 calories, 39g fat (20g saturated fat)
 
Could be a fancy starter to share or a meal for one, either way it’s deeeeelish. The Moroccan flavours work perfectly with the creamy goats cheese, and it’s ready in just five minutes!
It would be wonderful if I proved to Beryl that #capricorncold rules, so if you like the recipe, please re-bleat and help me take the number one spot as head goat chef at Somerset!
Ready...steady...BLEAT!
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Ethel’s Goats Cheese & Creamed Leek Tart

Posted on 03/10/2011 by Ethel

I’m back, kids!  Little Dot has made it official - my yummy Capricorn® Goats Cheese and Vine Tomato Salsa Bruschetta is the winner of week three of our Ready, Steady, Bleat! recipe competition!

Beryl is bleating on about the beautiful, sunny weather making it unfair- but I know that it was the combination of creamy cheese and spicy chilli that made you guys vote for #capricorncold.  Thanks to all of you who did re-bleat!

Right – never one to gloat – let’s get on with week four and my delicious Capricorn® Goats Cheese and Creamed Leek Tart. It’s ready for you to make and re-bleat so I can make it two wins on the hoof and seal overall victory before the final next week.

Serves 2

Preparation time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: 5 minutes

Ingredients

- 1 x100g Capricorn® Goats Cheese
- 1 leek, sliced
- 75ml double cream
- 2 pastry tartlet cases
- Sea salt
- Freshly ground black pepper

Method

1. Place the cream into a pan over a high heat and bring to the boil.
2. Add the leeks and simmer for five minutes, then season with salt and pepper.
3. Remove from the heat and add the Capricorn® Goats Cheese, stir well.
4. Place the mixture into the pastry cases and bake in a preheated oven at 180ºC for five minutes or until golden brown.
5. Remove and allow to rest until cool.
6. Garnish with a little deep fried leek.

Per serving: 615 calories, 49g fat (27g saturated fat)

Now, I know what you’re thinking, this has cooking time. But, it’s to be chilled and served cold so it’s still very much a #capricorncold recipe (and don’t let Beryl convince you otherwise!), plus, it’s ready on the table in just 25 minutes. Thanks to @workinglonmummy who has already made it and blogged about it!

So I have already won two of the three recipes posted so far, just one more winning week and I am truly the culinary goat on top!

Ready...steady...BLEAT!

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Ethel’s Goats Cheese & Vine Tomato Salsa Bruschetta

Posted on 27/09/2011 by Ethel

Well that will teach me to follow in the footsteps of Roger the Rooster and get all cocky. I was super confident about my healthy Capricorn® Goats Cheese, Blueberry and Avocado Superfood Salad, but un-baaaa-lievably Beryl managed to graze her way to victory.

Nonetheless, I am still a very grateful goat to all my loyal supporters who did re-bleat, with a special bleat going to @Over_A_Cuppa who took the time to make my recipe and bleat about it too!

Beryl can gloat all she likes, but I can feel a week three comeback for #capricorncold with my goatally scrumptious Capricorn® Goats Cheese and Vine Tomato Salsa Bruschetta!

Serves 2

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Ingredients

- 1 x100g Capricorn® Goats Cheese
- 1 ciabatta loaf
- 3-4 vine tomatoes
- ½  red onion, finely diced
- A handful of chopped chives
- ½  red chilli, chopped
- ½  lime, juiced and zested
- Olive oil
- Sea salt
- Freshly ground black pepper

Method

1. To create the tomato salsa, dice the vine tomatoes into small pieces and place in a bowl.
2. Add the red onion, chopped chillies, lime juice and zest.
3. Pour over enough olive oil to just cover.
4. Season well with salt and pepper, stir well and set aside.
5. Slice the ciabatta into four, two slices for each person, and chargrill for 2-4 minutes.
6. Place the Capricorn® Goats Cheese on the ciabatta, spoon over the tomato salsa, and serve.

Per serving: 450 calories, 26g fat (11g saturated fat)

This dish is light but creamy and has a kick, depending on how brave you are with the chilli...

Hope you like them, and if you do please re-bleat!  Beryl is really getting on my goat with all this talk of her great win.

Ready...steady...BLEAT!

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Ethel’s Goats Cheese, Blueberry and Avocado Superfood Salad

Posted on 20/09/2011 by Ethel

A post from a gloating goat:

Huge news kids!  One week into the Ready, Steady, Bleat competition and already my cold recipes are proving the most popular. While Beryl’s hot recipe, Goats Cheese and Caramelised Red Onion Chutney Tatin, got a fair share of re-tweets, my deeeelish Potted Smoked Mackerel with Goats Cheese and Chives has taken the cake – I just received official confirmation from Dot that my dish was the WINNER!!!

Thanks all that re-tweeted...some of you even made the recipe which was un-baaa-lievably cool.

Now, it would reeee-ally get on Beryl’s goat if you intelligent cooks made it two wins on the hoof for #capricorncold. This week is a Capricorn® Goats Cheese, Blueberry and Avocado Superfood Salad – every good goat loves to graze on all things green, and what better way to make sure you look your best than eating lots of delicious superfoods?  Who needs an oven, eh?!  Just 10 minutes to make, that hoofs a whole five minutes off Beryl’s hot recipe!

Ingredients

- 1 x100g Capricorn® Goats Cheese
- 50g blueberries
- ½ avocado, diced
- A good handful of mixed salad leaves
- Lemon oil or olive oil
- Sea salt
- Freshly ground black pepper

Method

1. Slice the Capricorn® Goats Cheese and place half on a plate.
2. Add half the blueberries, avocado and mixed salad leaves.
3. Season with salt and pepper, drizzle over lemon/olive oil.
4. Repeat and serve.

Per serving: 274 calories, 23g fat (11g saturated fat)

 

Hope you like it, it’s been a real hit with the farmers around Somerset!  So come on, give it a go, and if you like it let me know by re-bleating!

Ready...steady...BLEAT!

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Ethel’s Potted Smoked Mackerel with Goats Cheese & Chives

Posted on 08/09/2011 by Ethel

Hiya there humans!  I’m sure you’re all aware of the Goats with Character Ready, Steady, BLEAT challenge by now, what with all the bleating my fellow herd members Beryl and Dot have been doing, but let me remind you...

After many a heated discussion down in the Somerset pen, Beryl and I can’t seem to agree on how goats cheese is best served – hot or cold?  

For me, the answer is obvious – what is a delicious, fresh salad without a smattering of goats cheese?  Or a scrumptious meze or cheeseboard?  Naaaathing!  But old Beryl is giving me a bleating headache raving on about how hot is better. 

So, we’re going horn to horn so that I can prove once and for all that cold rules! Why waste time cooking something that is so wonderfully crumbly and creamy served as it was meant to be?

We have each been working on some quick and tasty recipes, but we need your help with deciding which is best (pretty easy choice though, if you ask me...but I guess you didn’t...).  Each week we will post a recipe on our blog, then bleat about them every day on Twitter for the week.  The recipe that gets the most re-tweets wins!

Here’s my first (and obviously winning) recipe!  Yummy Potted Smoked Mackerel with Capricorn Goats Cheese and Chives...

Serves 2

Preparation time: 15 minutes

Ingredients

            - 2 x100g Capricorn® Goats Cheese
- 90g flaked smoked mackerel

-  1 ciabatta loaf
- 
A handful of chopped chives
-  ½  teaspoon horseradish sauce
- 
½  lemon
-  Sea salt
- 
Freshly ground black pepper

Method

1.       Place the flaked mackerel into a bowl.
2.       Dice and add the Capricorn® Goats Cheese, season well with salt and pepper.
3.       Add the chives and horseradish.
4.       Cut a wedge from the lemon and set aside. Juice and zest the remaining lemon, add to the bowl and mix well. Divide into two ramekins.
5.       Slice the ciabatta, cutting three small slices for each person, and lightly toast. Serve with the potted mackerel and lemon wedge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Per serving: 320 calories, 27g fat (12g saturated fat)

Simply stunning, it only takes 15 minutes to prepare.  Less time cooking, more time enjoying the smoky flavours of the mackerel and the creamy texture of the goats cheese.  This has to beat Beryl’s hot food – I’m sick of her gloating about all her followers on twitter so let’s show her!

Do let me know how you get on with it, and don’t forget to vote by re-tweeting.  Baaaa for now!

Ready...steady...BLEAT!

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Goats on Tour: The Great Yorkshire Show

Posted on 21/07/2011 by Ethel

Wow - We have been up hill and down dale! Last week we had a blast at the Great Yorkshire Show where we met with all kinds of great folk who enjoyed sampling our cheese. We even received some lovely fan mail from people who were inspired to create recipes using our cheese!

Check out the photos below to find out more about what we have been getting up to. At the moment we are at The Royal Welsh Show and we hope to see you there or ‘Gobeithio gweld ti yno’ as they say in Wales!

 

  Capricorn goats on tour Tasting Capricorn Goats Chees Capricorn Goats Cheese Shop Capricorn goats cheese recipes

 

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Caption Competition

Posted on 11/07/2011 by Ethel


We’ve been running a competition in collaboration with Pieminister over the last few months and winners will be announced soon. We’ve had lots of humans enter the competition and submit their caption suggestions for the image above. Our friends at Pieminister use only the best ingredients in all their pies, which of course means using Capricorn Goats Cheese!

Here are some of my favourite entries:             

  • Who wants cheesy music when they have goat delicious cheesy pies
  • Where’s the kids in this queue?
  • The field was alive with the sound of compliments for Pieminster's Heidi Pies!
  • I'm not bothered about the acts, I only came to this festival to get my pie fix!
  • Is that Darth Vader in background??
  • Look a UFO has just landed, I told you these pies were out of this world!
  • Might be quicker to grab a goat and make our own pie.
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We’re On Tour!... First Stop, Soho Square!

Posted on 17/05/2011 by Ethel

We're finally on tour!!! Bleat! Bleat!

Come along to Soho Square today and say hello to the goats with character! It's totally amazing to be in London, we've had such a great day already and it's only just started.

This morning we went to Oxford Street and checked out the shops! I was very excited but had a tough time finding something that would fit! Beryl even rode the bus earlier!! She is a bit of a dare devil mind!

We're giving out some goats cheese vouchers so drop by and say hello to receive some of our delicious goats cheese for free! I'm currently relaxing in my new pen, city life isn’t so tough!

Follow me and the girls @ethelthegoat @berylthegoat @dotthegoat on Twitter if you can’t make it down to say hello!

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Bleats! Bleats!... and more Bleats!

Posted on 28/04/2011 by Ethel

I’m having a great time on Twitter! This week I hosted two competitions and gave away Capricorn goats cheese vouchers to two lucky winners! Come join me on Twitter! Here’s some of my latest bleats if you feel like you’re missing out!

On Competitions
@BerylTheGoat I’ve told the chickens that they need to set up a Twitter profile if they want to take part..

On Easter
@BerylTheGoat @DotTheGoat Easter - why is it always eggs? I’m up for a chocolate goat #Bleat

On our blog
@BerylTheGoat @DotTheGoat I love our new blog! http://bit.ly/eH4IFD #Bleat

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The Somerset Shuffle...

Posted on 04/04/2011 by Ethel

Well, if you know me you know I to like to have a dance with the girls from time to time. Not in any old mud bath though, I go to some very exclusive fields don’t you know! I’m actually a bit of a local celebrity, my dance Somerset shuffle is really catching on. I want to be clear, this is not the 'Truffle Shuffle' that first appeared in the 1985 hit film The Goonies when the character Chunk stood on a tree stump, lifted up his shirt and jiggled his belly whilst grimacing and making weird noises. The Somerset shuffle is far more technical.

I tend to go to the field around 9pm with the girls and if the right tune comes on I light up the field!

Have you got any happening moves? Come down and I’ll show you how it’s done!

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