You'll find all kinds of information here...
about what's going on at Sheepy Hollow and there will be regular notices about the Farmers Markets where we sell. We'll also provide current information about general livestock market prices, recipes from our customers, and we'll keep you up on all the gossip that's going on. The most recent news is nearer the top of the page.
Farmers Market Season begins in May! We'll let you know the exact dates when they are established.
We'll been selling at two (2) farmers markets for a number of years...
in Minneapolis (at the Midtown Farmers Market) on Saturday mornings
and at the Wayzata Farmers Market on Thursday afternoons (2 pm to 5 pm)...
and, just so you know, Excelsior (MN) is no longer sponsoring a farmers market...
Here's what a customer recently said on SQUARE payment service...
"Selection, customer service, quality, environment, wait time -- best
lamb in Minnesota!"
The Midtown Farmers Market at 3032 Minnehaha Avenue, Minneapolis
will open in May (likely on the first Saturday of the month. We'll let you know!
The market is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
and you'll find some amazing changes and goings-on around the market area
(two blocks from the former site at the light rail station)!
As last year, we'll be tucked into a nice cozy spot where there is room for our freezer trailer. Stop by and see us.
There's always entertainment on Saturdays at the Midtown Farmers Markets and visitors to the market love it. There are also wonderful food booths where you can get breakfast, lunch or a snack.
Sheepy Hollow will be there, with bells on, and lots of lamb for all of you...
We provide lots of wonderful, free recipes for cooking lamb at our market sites... and we seriously recommend you look at the dozens and dozens of exciting recipes and photographs at the website of the American Lamb Board at Step-by-Step Lamb Recipes | American Lamb
The Wayzata Market will also open in May and we'll keep you posted about that.
The American Lamb Board is the best place to find remarkable lamb recipes and amazing photos of the prepared lamb dishes that come from these recipes
Sheepy Hollow is in Wayzata (next to The Landing Hotel) every Thursday.
Wayzata Market now closed for the year!
The farmers markets will close down after September and then we start taking bulk orders (whole or sides of lamb) that we deliver to your house in October and/or November. It's the economic way to buy lamb for the winter months.
We're members of Minnesota Grown. Hope you've got a Minnesota Grown Directory because they're so helpful in helping you find local food suppliers. We give out directories at our stand at the farmers markets. Get a free directory from us.
Gordon Ramsay’s Spicy Lamb ShanksThe very best lamb shank recipe we’ve ever tried comes from the master chef, Gordon Ramsay. We found it on You Tube… (just Google “lamb shanks by Gordon Ramsay” and a You Tube address will pop up for you.
There’s another You Tube clip that features Gordon Ramsay’s Top 5 Lamb Recipes… go look for it sometime also. He shows you how to cook (5) a lamb steak, (4) grilled loin chops, (3) slow-braised, stuffed lamb breasts, (2) lamb shanks – done as in the first video, and (1) saddle of lamb. Wow! These five recipes are wonderful! Please note that the saddle of lamb and the lamb breast must be special ordered Gordon Ramsay simply knows how to cook lamb. He’s amazing!
Go on-line and find the American Lamb Board. The site has the most beautiful recipes and photographs -- dozens and dozens of them!
The lamb recipes of Gordon Ramsay are some of the finest we've ever tried. His "spicy lamb shanks" are just fabulous. Find his cooking tips on his
You Tube web site.
This may be the most famous lamb recipe in the world: Navarin Printanier (lamb stew with spring vegetables). You can find it in her famous cookbook (Mastering the Art of French Cooking) or email us and request it and we'll email the recipe
to you: firstname.lastname@example.org
Send us your favorite lamb recipes and we'll post them on our recipe section right here on our web site. Again, it's email@example.com
Many of our customers send us photographs of their lamb cooking success. We post them here on our web site. You can send us photos if you'd like: firstname.lastname@example.org