New one! Managed to snag a wheel of Cru Berger
This organic raw sheep milk cheese from Ferme les Broussailles in Quebec brings the funk! Wet stone, musty and earthy and so sooo good! I only got one wheel and its just a kilo in size.
La Transhumance: a centuries-old tradition of celebrating the return of the sheep from the mountains in preparation for the coming winter.
The shepherds walk the sheep over 200km from the Pyrenees to the Bordeaux region. Each village along the way celebrates with a communal feast - in our case barbecued duck carcasses and plenty of St Mont wine!
The girls really enjoyed seeing the sheep and got stuck into the duck like real Gascons.
This is Ramone,, Keagan’s mom who is too good for them.
She’s a bovidoid,, a bs species that’s probably been made before but I’m tired so idc. She’s a sheep and a ram and a human and it’s p cool. She’s nice and wants to cook fancy dinners for her kid and all their friends but last time Keagan had friends over one of them went into a coma so 🤷♂️🤷♂️
Even though Keagan is a trash child they still love their ma,, and she makes them food when they feel sad which is cool.
I’m claustrophobic. The very thought of being trapped somewhere makes my anxiety peak. The idea of cave diving fills me with terror. What if I got stuck? What if I drowned? No one to help me or hear my cries.
The latest figures show that 3.4 MILLION animals died as a result of being trapped inside buildings as they filled with flood waters caused by Hurricane Florence. I can only imagine the horror they experienced as the water carried them closer and closer up to the roof of the barn. As they struggled to swim for their lives. As they held their faces out of the water for the very last moments before the building was engulfed by water. Water that squeezed these animals as they tried to breathe while submerged. Water that held them tightly as they lost consciousness and filled their lungs. That death must have been indescribably scary. That death happened to over 3.4 million individuals who were bred because people pay to eat them. Think about that. If you consume animals, your money funded the terrifying drownings if 3.4 million individuals..
How would you feel if you were trapped as water rose around you? Imagine how scared you’d be knowing that you had nowhere to go. Is a meal really worth it?
Bonnie and Clyde decided to adventure out of the pasture to play in the road and then go visit the other animals at the farm down the way. Drove like a mad woman the hour back to the farm to get them back safely. Thankful for our neighbor who let us know right away and for a friend that lent me their car without hesitation.