Tuesday, August 04, 2009

Calder Dairy

I love my milkman. Not "in love" with my milkman. I just love that as I'm running out of milk, he's pulling in the driveway with gallons of whole milk, skim milk, chocolate milk (that tastes like liquid pudding), cream, butter, eggs & buttermilk. He's even got ice cream in there, if I can catch him in time. And it is fabulous ice cream.

But here's the best thing of all. This milk being delivered to my door tastes fresh. There is no industrial aftertaste. The texture is smooth. It's almost refreshing, if you're one of those people who can be quenched by milk.

If you live in the Washtenaw County area, you should seriously consider getting a Calder Dairy milkman. Not just for the kitsch-factor. You can know that you are feeding your family the best.
For only $2 per week the milk is brought to your house. If you'd rather use that $100 per year in some other way, make sure when you are at a local grocery store that you are reaching for those glass bottles. You won't be disappointed.

The only problem is that once you're hooked, regular milk is virtually unpalatable.


Jen of A2eatwrite said...

I've heard Calder eggnog referred to as "liquid crack". From tasting it, the moniker seems appropriate.

Lilies of the Field said...

I wish I didn't live in stupid New Jersey and could get a milkman delivering to me. Can he be a Texan milkman.... Oh === the second beer - without any lunch----has definitely kicked in.... :)