{What’s New in Your Kitchen Wednesday} Milk on My Doorstep!

Okay, so I don’t actually have this yet, but I just signed up with King Brother’s Dairy to get milk DELIVERY! I am, some may say, unreasonably psyched about this. But getting milk is really a hassle for me. We don’t buy our milk at the grocery store, so it requires a special trip to the natural foods store (Wild Thyme, in Ballston Spa–awesome store, btw!), and with two kids in tow, and preschool and nap schedules to work around, it’s a huge pain in the butt.

So, for a $1.75 delivery charge, I can have my milk delivered weekly right to my door.  Local milk, no hormones or antibiotics, low-heat pasteurized, delivered…SWEET. Seriously. Oh, and they also deliver local eggs from Thomas’ Poultry Farm, their own homemade Greek yogurt, Saratoga Peanut Butters, their own beef, local apples and apple cider….amazing products!

You can contact them here to see if King Brothers Dairy delivers to you.

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Amanda says:

    we had a “milk man” growing up our whole lives. i thought that was how everyone got there milk and eggs. so glad that there are still farmers doing this.

  2. Sarah F says:

    I’m so interested in this. We’ve been getting our milk from Battenkill Creamery at the Troy Farmers Market. They too indicate that they deliver so I contacted them about setting it up. Unfortunately, they don’t deliver in the Troy area yet because they don’t have enough interest.

    I think it is the very coolest thing and you’re cutting out the middle man. Again, showing and teaching our kids where the food is actually coming from. It doesn’t come from some weird grocery store. It comes from the farm! Love it!

  3. Christina says:

    Wow Leslie this is a FANTASTIC post! What a great service to know about! I agree with what you, Amanda and Sarah have all previously stated…. awesome! Thanks for sharing.

  4. Drew says:

    Check out my story in Parade on Sunday, Oct. 10 about the King Brothers. Or you can also read the story I wrote in The Post-Star here: http://poststar.com/news/local/article_497e41d0-6459-11df-91d2-001cc4c03286.html

    Love the blog!

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