Panier of Plenty

Vendredi at the fromagerie

Batch 3 tommes aging

Batch 3 tommes aging

Friday’s are busy as we prepare goat’s cheese for the Saturday market in Céret and make tommes while there is an abundance of milk. Pastures are lush and conditions perfect, as spring growth continues to enliven the forest and calves frolic…

Leaving the fromagerie

Leaving the fromagerie

Morning rush hour

Morning rush hour

The mountain road

The mountain road

A natural gateway

A natural gateway

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2 thoughts on “Vendredi at the fromagerie

  1. mesarapugs on said:

    How very beautiful and so picturesque! 🙂

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