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  • Maple Syruping for Beginners at K7 Farm

    January 27, 2pm

    **Due to high interest in this class, I will be scheduling at least one more before the season begins. check the event page (https://www.facebook.com/events/168429680420842/) and our Facebook page(https://www.facebook.com/K7farm/) for updates!

    Maple syrup season is a short but furious season here in Michigan. I will teach you how to get started with tapping […]

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  • Bread Baking Basics at K7 Farm

    Feb. 10, 10am

    Learn the basics of working with yeast so you can successfully bake bread and bread rolls, and other variations, from scratch.

    Be ready to get your hands dirty – you will be baking your very own bread to take home while you are here! We will cover the process from start to […]

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  • Soapmaking 101 at K7 Farm

    February 17, 10am

    Learn how to make real goats milk soap, gritty soap as well as other bar soap from scratch! I have been making soap for my family for over 10 years now and the soap we have given as gifts has always been a hit. I enjoy teaching this skill! I will teach […]

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  • Chicks 101 at K7 Farm

    It’s that time again! This class was very popular last year!

    Chicks 101 Everything you need to know to successfully raise chicks.

    Spring is on its way! This is the most popular time of year to begin raising chicks. If you are planning on raising chicks for the first time this year, this class is […]

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Beer Cheese Dip/Sauce

The first time I made this for my husband, he just raved on and on about it.  I don’t make cheese sauces very often, but when I do, it’s this one I pick to top chicken breasts that I coat with my chicken nugget breading.   This dip is also great for topping steamed veggies.


  • 2tb butter
  • 3tb flour
  • 3/4 c milk
  • 1/2 c beer
  • 1 ts dijon mustard
  • 1/4 ts garlic powder
  • 1/4 ts salt
  • 1/8 ts cayenne powder
  • 3c shredded cheddar cheese


  • Melt the butter until bubbly, then whisk in the flour to make a roux.  Cook this for a few minutes over medium heat, then add the milk, whisking as you add it.  Add the beer the same way.
  • Add the seasonings, then continue cooking over medium heat until the mixture begins to thicken.
  • Remove mixture from heat and stir in shredded cheese until it’s melted, then serve while still warm!
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