France's favorite cheese – and the one it produces the most of – hails from the idyllic Franche-Comté, also home to a unique oxidative wine and... a lot of cows. This week, Caroline and Emily are delving into this haven of great dairy and wine and exploring the contentious coexistence of a cheese that transcends international borders.
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Host: Emily Monaco. @Emily_in_France; Website: http://www.tomatokumato.com and http://www.emilymmonaco.com
Host: Caroline Conner, https://www.parisundergroundradio.com/carolineconner; https://www.instagram.com/winedinecaroline/, www.winedinecaroline.com; www.lyonwinetastings.com
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France is home to thousands of wines, thousands of cheeses, and countless recipes – almost all of which are inextricable from their local terroir. Terroir is a word that links foods, wines, and more to the places they're from and the people who make them. Let culinary journalist Emily Monaco and chef and wine expert Caroline Conner take you through the ins and outs of France's phenomenal regional richness.