Today la rue de l’Eglise, the widest street in the old part of the village, and the place where the Wednesday market is usually held were lined with stalls selling goats’ cheese, sheep’s cheese, honey, wine, olive oil, flowering plants, vegetable garden plants, asparagus, strawberries, and handmade crafts. The weather was dull in the morning but it cleared up later, and the day seemed to be a success.
|lemon trees, tomato plants, flowers……|
|goats’ cheeses from Mas Rolland……|| |
asparagus, churros and children’s rides…..
our friends from le Moulin de Casso, which I wrote about when it first opened, selling their olive oil.
We bought some Bouteillan and some Picholine olive oil, each with its own distinctive and delicious flavour. The Picholine oil went very well first on its own with bread and then with some Mas Rolland goats’ cheeses at lunchtime, accompanied by a salad made with leaves from the garden and grated carrot and apple.