May 22, 2018

5 (Fromage) Things

Life in France

1) Oozy grilled cheese at Paroles de Fromagers

At le fromagerie

2) goat and goat and goat


3) Emballage


4) Merci to the monks for making such delicious cheese!

Fromage de chèvre

5) Garrigue

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Taste of France said...

Those goats that feed on the wild herbs of the garrigue produce milk that tastes just incredible. Plus those herbs on top = heaven.

Gabriela S.c.h. said...

In my opinion no one makes cheese as good as the French. I love it so much and to taste them all is fantastic.
Thank you for these appetising photos!
Kind regards from Germany to the most beautiful and interesting country!

Jennifer Greco said...

Taste of France
Those are some of my most favorite cheeses and I look forward to them every spring!

Thank you for your comment! French cheese is one of the best things about living here. :)

Wendl said...

Everything looks delicious! Is that a potato next to the grilled cheese? I'm curious about that and about what's in the grilled cheese. I love the photos.

Lane Beck said...

They all look fantastic, Jennifer. Thanks for sharing. I am planning a trip to Paris next month. Only my second time in the City of Light. Any chance you might be up to meeting a fellow blogger and European travel enthusiast for an espresso? I would be interested to get a local perspective on an amazing city. I’m at If not, no worries.

Jennifer Greco said...

Yes, that is a potato! :) It was an added little bonus to the grilled cheese, which had cured ham, caramelized onions and cheese in it. Delicious!

I hope you're having a wonderful time in Paris! I am available to meet up for a coffee the last week of June. Will you still be around then?

Wendy said...

I always enjoyed your blog but am wondering if you've stopped it, the last entry being in May. (No, I don't do Facebook and don't consider it a substitute.) Well, thanks for the years of your lovely blog.

beauchamp said...

Just found your blog and your pictures are beautiful. Thank you for sharing!

Jennifer said...

Wendy - Thank you for continuing to support and read and comment here at Chez Loulou. I don't update as much as I used to, but I'm still here! :)