A Cheese Picnic in Cremona : Madame Fromage

Madame Fromage continues her diary of Italy travels, I hope you take the time to read her journals, drool over all the cheese eating and follow her blog! Bicycling and cheese picnic? I’m in!

Credit: Madame Fromage

Credit: Madame Fromage

“Italy Diary Part 3: I went to Cremona with a singular vision. I wanted to bike through the fields along the Po River and eat a cheese picnic. There were two reasons for this:

1. I read that the area around Cremona was “like Wisconsin” — a veritable dairy badlands.

2. I am addicted to mostarda, a mustardy cheese-loving condiment that was invented in Cremona…”

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