Tag Archives: idiazabal

Basque Fact of the Week: Animals Unique to the Basque Country

Being part of Europe, the Basque Country naturally has flora and fauna similar to other parts of Europe. For example, as far as I can tell, there are no species of frogs unique to the Basque Country. However, just like the people themselves, the ruggedness and relative isolation of the mountainous region (along with some […]

Gazta! A new cheese route in Euskadi!

Anyone who has visited the Basque Country knows how important cheese is to the cuisine of the Basques. Idiazabal might be the most famous, but cheese is everywhere in Euskadi. Meals often end with a plate of cheese and membrillo. Basque cheese was central to more than one of my visits to the Basque Country. […]

Basque Cheese featured on The Splendid Table/The Perennial Plate

A colleague sent me this link for The Splendid Table, where they featured a story from The Perennial Plate, which follows Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine as they travel the world to explore how people eat and how their food is made. The most recent episode took them to Spain, where they made a stop […]