It's time for another episode of Walkin' on the Wild Side and this episode is a 3-parter that we wanted to share with you! Gabrielle and I travelled to Italy for the Interational Cheese Festival in Bra, and then to Cinque Terre, Florence, and the Tuscan Countryside. For our first episode, we take you into the heart of the largest artisan cheese festival in the world, focusing on the art and passion of Italian food, and in this case, raw milk cheeses that many times can only be found in remote villages and alpine valleys of Europe. Yes, sure, it's a different kind of podcast, but if you're a "foodie" and love good food and wine, join us for a different walk on the wild side and learn more about the amazing cheese makers, traditional balsamic vinegar artisans, hazelnut farmers, beekeepers, and more! Join us to hear interviews, experiences, and stories from the beautiful people and their traditions, and experience the beauty, cuisine, and of course, the wine and cheeses of the Piedmonte region of Italy!
Here are some websites to learn more:
Slow Food Cheese Festival - https://cheese.slowfood.it/en/
Wine Bank: https://www.bancadelvino.it/en/
Our interviewees and their websites:
Traditional Balsamic Vinegar: https://acetaiasanmatteo.it/
Beekeeper Fabrizio Zagni: https://foodoteka.com/fabrizio-zagni-le-api-di-airole
The Restaurant in Verduno: Trattoria Day Berau, http://www.bercau.it/gallery.aspx
AND FINALLY, OUR USA CHEESE ARTISAN SUPERSTARS!!!
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