A Podcast All About the Goats
I never thought I would love goats as much as I do. And, this week, we are about goats on the blog. Welcome to Goat Week!
On this week’s episode, we talk about our first time meeting a goat, with our friend Chef Marc in Catalunya. It was a night of eating and drinking, and ultimately, a run in with a goat in a kitchen. After that experience, I sort of put goats out of my mind, until our last trip to Europe.
Over a one month period, traveling in both the Czech Republic and in France, we had two amazing experiences with goats, that just made me fall in love. It made me start to use the hashtag #GoatLove. It made me want to take one (or more) home with me to our tiny Bangkok apartment. I realize, completely, that is not a smart move. Instead, we’ve dedicated a week on the blog to videos, photos, and yes, even a podcast, to talk about goats!
And, don’t worry, this week we are in love with goats as we learn about making goat cheese in Europe. No goats were harmed in publishing goat week.
Check out our post that debunks 5 Cruise Misconceptions.
Here is my unsuccessful goat selfie. I am nothing if not glamorous.
And, check out our video about French Goats:
Mentions on This Week’s Food Travel Podcast
Czech Food – What Czechs Eat – Yes, part of that is goat cheese
Viking River Cruises – The cruise that we took in France, from Avignon to Lyon
A French River Cruise – Food and Wine on the Rhone – All about the food and wine we drank during our Viking River Cruise
Bologna Bubbles: Our friends Alessandro and Helena, who have yet to take us to see goats in Italy!
Subscribe on iTunes!
Subscribe to the With Husband In Tow podcast on iTunes and listen to a new episode every Tuesday! If you like the podcast, leave a review!
You can also check out our podcast on Stitcher here.
And, we’re now available on GooglePlay!
Check Out This Week’s Episode of the Food Travel Podcast
Amber Hoffman, food and travel writer behind With Husband In Tow, is a recovering attorney and professional eater, with a passion for finding new food and drink destinations. She lives with her husband, Eric, in Girona, Catalonia, Spain. Together over the last 20 years, they have traveled to over 70 countries. Amber is the author of the Food Traveler’s Guide to Emilia Romagna.