I don’t know how the past days went for you – but Gustav and I deep dived in WAY too much Thanksgiving deliciousnesses. Duck, Stuffing, Caramel Pecan/Pumpkin Pie – and this just to name a few! So for our Sunday afternoon snack – we decided for *Ons Genot* and rich flavors without the heavy, fatty components.
I don’t know how it is for you, but I sometimes get confused; there is a French *Vacherin Mont d’Or AOP* and a Swiss one. But what exactly is the difference and which one is the “real” one and is there even a “real” and a “non-real one”?
*Vallée d’Aspe* – Fall is an excellent time to have some young and semi-aged cheeses. The animals, no matter if cow, sheep or goat that are in charge of our fall prey graze on mountain pastures or have rich lowland meadows of late spring and summer. Our pick of the day therefore – a 4 month old raw goat´s milk pal from France.
Some of you might have followed our Instagram updates and may also have seen some of our interviews with Italian farmers and cheesemakers prior to this year’s event of the *open days of artisanal cheese dairy farms of Italy*- *CASEIFICI AGRICOLI OPENDAY*
**Due to the current situation we unfortunately will have to cancel our October Trip to Barcelona and move it to spring next year. The dates will be announced in time on our website as well as our social channels.
For everyone who is in the area before then make sure to check out the Aborigens website for current events and happenings. They will make sure you have an unforgettable time with delicious foods and drinks!
To get an idea of next years travel read below how it was set up for this October**