22 September

Spain: traditional cheeses from the Camino de Santiago

Bra-Liceo Scientifico Giolitti – Gandino

Alimentos del Camino de Santiago was one of the first Slow Food communities in Spain, founded with the objective of promoting and protecting the traditional foods along the Way of St. James.

Here we’ll taste some of its most characteristic cheeses, but also other foods and drinks which together tell a story of a mode of production which works in harmony with the environment and the safeguarding of biodiversity.

Cheeses:

  • Rey Silo Blanco, raw whole cow’s milk, Caseificio Rey Silo, Pravia, Asturias;
  • Tetilla, raw cow’s milk, Cooperativa Campo Capela, A Capela (A Coruña), Galicia;
  • Cebreiro, (Ark of Taste), Santo André Dairy, Castroverde, Lugo, Galicia;
  • Blue sheep’s cheese, Moncedillo, Cedillo de la Torre, Segovia, Castile and León.

The cheeses will be paired with: organic honey, cider, sparkling wine by Cantina Mestres, ancient corn wafers and dulse de manzana by the chef Miguel Sierra, winner of numerous national and international prizes.

Event bookable online until 12 pm on September 19. For bookings during the event, check availability at the Events Reception.

Liceo Scientifico Giolitti – Gandino: Via Fratelli Carando, 43.

22 September

13:00 - 14:15

Stand:
Aula Laboratori | Workshop Rooms
Total of seats
40
Seats available:
9
Price:
30 €
Price for members
25 €