Gossipin' Goats

"Did ya hear that CollectInTexas Gal is joinin' the Barnyard Bashers? 
 I swear it is Shameful they way she  uses us Texas Gals to further her Blog on the WholeWideWeb. 
 Now, she's gonna be Bashin' Texas Barnyards. 
 Do you think the Longhorns know? 
 OMGosh, I bet the Heifers are gatherin' their CowChips and gonna bake up a pile of those CowChip Cookies. 
 It'd be just like them to try and setup a fancy table for all the folks that are gonna be visiting. 
Maybe we outta do a little Milkin'!  You know that Goats Milk is all the Rage these days?"


"Awww ComeOn, it'll be fun!  All ya gotta do is give a little Milk! 
CollectInTexas Gal's tryin' real hard to let everyone know that Goat Milk is good for ya, and besides we want all the
 Barnyard Basher's to feel Welcome!
Not to mention how good it will go with the Heifers CowChip Cookies!
WHAT do you mean you can't give any milk???
Oh, sorry, Billy...my mistake...but would you mind being a Greeter?"

"Mama, haven't we been here before when SHE was tellin' the WholeWideWeb about our PooFuel?"
"Yes, SweetPee, and here SHE is using us again.  The Gossipin'Goat Gals are right....it's Shameful! 
Now where did I put that recipe?  Hurry, SweetPee and start gatherin' the PooChips!"

Welcome Barnyard Bashers! 

I hope you have enjoyed your visit to CollectInTexas Gal.

Be sure and have some Goat Milk and Texas CowChip Cookies.
The Recipe is for you, too.  Just copy and paste it to your Recipe Box.

I'd like to Thank
for Puttin' On This Partay!


  1. You crack me up!!! But your cookie recipe sounds wonderful! Now I have to go take a look at all the other barnyard posts.

  2. too cute!!! your blogs are the best! great barnyard bash ever!

  3. Ah I love the goats! Great Barnyard Bash post! Now where is my cookie???

  4. ROFL This is darling! I love visiting you ...

    My Mother's sister one time made a nana-berry pie (using the REAL thing - goat poop) for her FIL. True story ... he was a bit startled to receive it.

    Have to try this recipe. TY for sharing.
    Have a beautiful weekend.
    TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

  5. Sue, you have the best Texas humor of anyone. Darling photos and text for your Barnyard Bash. I'll have to make a batch of these Texas Cow Chip cookies sometime. It's a new recipe to me. Guess this may be a West TX thing. You know I grew up in South Texas where King Ranch Chicken is THE recipe. LOL
    Great party! ~ Sarah

  6. Sue, I love it!!! How fun to to have your own goats and cows, your pictures are great! I've never had goats milk (Philly gal), but I'd sure love to try it with a big ole cookie! Thank you so much for joining the Barnyard Bash:@)

  7. Oh how fun to have your own farm animals. Love the goats, but cows are always my favorite. I was born in Texas and love a farm. Your post is way too cute. I do have to try the cookies. Thanks for your visit and your gracious comments. I've enjoyed meeting you. Hugs, Marty

  8. That is sweet! I was a little worried about the cowchip cookies until I saw the recipe! I just made goat cheese for the first time...had to buy the milk I live in town and do not have a goat. I look forward to hearing your stories and am going to take a peek at your ancestor blog now!!

  9. And I thought my little piggies were pretty sassy. Those goats of yours would give them a run for their money. Very creative. I really liked what you did with your post as well. So if its okay this norther gal will hitch up with you for a ride.

  10. So cute and the cookies sound delicious! You made me remember that there are cows just a few blocks from my home...I could have visited them and not had to take a fish to the party!

    Thanks for your visit!


  11. Just my kind of barnyard post! Real barnyard, real animals, and a very fun and clever Collectingal too!

    Now I'm a believer - - - -

    (by that I mean I'm following)

  12. Oh, you mean REAL goats!! They definately are barn like!
    btw, I LOVE the necklace you have on in your profile picture. I am a jewelry girl and I noticed it right away!
    Thanks for stopping by and saying hi!

  13. Hi Sue...

    What fun!!! You know, I always thought goats were the gossipin' type! Hehe! I really enjoyed your post, my friend...it was adorable! Mmmm...and thank you for your Cow Chip cookies...they sound delicious! I'm so glad that you joined in the Barnyard Bash today...I had fun partying with you!!!

    Warmest wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

  14. Anonymous9/10/2010

    Oh, my goodness! You get the prize ~ you've got the real things. Look at those little goats! They're so cute.
    Now those cookies sound mighty tasty! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  15. Glad you're back. Missed you.

  16. Sue, you sure know how to partay. No one has thought of serving cow chips. No food makes a dull party in my book. This recipe sounds great. Love the goats and that pic of the cows is fun. The calf looks like he is being squished. I have never had goats milk. Not sure I want any. I am not a fan of milk unless it is home made cottage cheese or whipped cream. I lived on a farm when I was a kid and I don't mean goat. HA!
    I am so glad you are back Sue.

    Hugs, Jeanne

  17. Well Dang, if that ain't the cutest bash in the barnyard yet! Thanks for sharing your CowChips!

  18. Hi Sue! LOVE your post!! .. And can't wait to try out your recipe! Thanks for sharing it, and for my first smile for the day! No matter how my day is going, it's never hard to find my smile as I'm visiting 'round your place!! Have a great weekend! ((hugs)) ~tina

  19. Anonymous9/11/2010

    I was thinking WOW those ares some Long Horns, but realized it was tree branches. Great shot!
    Goats are gossipy, aren't they.
    Thanks for sharing the recipe.

  20. I love to look at goats. I hear they are good pets, like dogs.

  21. The goat face through the chain link is a fabulous shot. It should be framed.
    What a fun post and now I need me some cookies...oh and goats milk.

  22. I enjoyed visiting your party. Those Cow Chip Cookies sound delicious! La


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