Sheep and Green Grass

Spring comes early in Sicily, and with it come the green grasses. Sheep love to eat the fresh green grass, and that makes us humans happy because that means that their milk, which is used to make ricotta, which is used to make cannoli, is naturally sweet! Oh, and those cannoli … Folks who know me well know I can go on and on about cannoli!

*Sigh*

But back to the spring and the sheep… When you come with Experience Sicily for our May 2018 Myths & Mysteries of Sicily tour, on Day 7, you’ll learn about sheep herding and making different sheep’s milk cheeses — and you’ll get to taste a few too, during our walking and tasting tour in a little mountain village north of Agrigento.

Reserve your spot for May, or any of our 2018 tours, by Nov. 1, and you could save up to $400/person! Learn more at ExperienceSicily.com.

4 thoughts on “Sheep and Green Grass

  1. What I love most about hitting the Like button and coming to this page is that right at the top are a yummy-delicious picture of your beloved cannolis! Do go on about your love cannolis – I can almost taste them when you do go into raptures over the cannolis! They must be spectacular, Allison! ❤

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  2. Hi Allison,

    Hope all is well with you!!!

    Could you let me know about the May trip and how much for it? You said if booked by Nov 1st you can save $400.00 a person.

    Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.

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