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17 February 2009
We meet up with Juan Ocaña as he shows how to they make goats cheese

Today's show is brought to you from a local cheese factory!  Juan Ocaña, the son of the owner of the farm and the factory, takes us through the entire process from start to finish.  We start off with the milking of the goats and then follow the milk into the cheese factory as it goes through its difference processes.

Juan is really interesting to listen to as he tells us what it was like for his family right back to his grandfather when they used to do it.  A great opportunity for you to pick up some Spanish too!  And you won't be able to resist laughing when you see the Justin wearing a plastic cap!

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Stu said:
17 February 2009 @ 14:49

Looking forward to the second part. Picked up a bit of Spanish too which was great

Leo Leon said:
17 February 2009 @ 15:13

Hi There Justin,
Your interview with Antonio was superb, he was very interesting.
Like everyone we have had problems in Spain and until your show we had no idea that such a helpful place existed.
It would be really nice to know where his office is located.
Also where exactly is that old daily market in Estepona.?
Just a suggestion, when you do a trip, it would be great if you could include a little map to orientate those of us who would like to visit the Market, the Office of Antonio, Adanas new place, the Cheese factory etc.
And yes we do enjoy your show every day.
Thank you for making us feel part of the Costa life even when we are home in the cold Northlands.
Best regards
Leo & Marilyn

Mary said:
17 February 2009 @ 16:22

I have tried the cheese from there and it really is very scrummy. Good to see how they actually make it

17 February 2009 @ 16:24

Being of a farming background i found the show very interesting.And yes Justin you did look stupid in your hair net!!!!

Elly May said:
18 February 2009 @ 13:40

Always look forward to watching your shows each day. Really interesting listening to the interview with Juan and helped practice my Spanish at the same time. Looking forward to the 2nd part tomorrow. Well done and thank you to both Justin and Susan for sharing all this information with us.

Gericom said:
22 February 2009 @ 13:47

Can you tell us the name of the cheese so that I can look for it in the local supermarket. Also do they sell direct from the factory?

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