Today I had a lovely day because of the people in my morning and afternoon group. They have a really good sense of humor. I love talking with them!
And I think:
„Erasmus+ changing lifes, opening mind”!
After my classes I was eating a fantastic lunch which was composed of fired King of prawns with Provençale sauce, garlic, basmati rice and coliender. I have also eaten a soda bread with, of course, salty Irish butter.
After the meal, full of energy, I went to Butter Museum, Cork’s unique museum where I admired the story of Ireland’s most important food export and the world’s largest butter market.
My visit started from watching film which showed how the trade of the butter in 1960s became more modern.
In the museum I watched a short film showing butter being made at Muckross Traditional Farms in Killarney and saw many old things which were used in production of butter.
The Museum deals with the development of Cork as a city trading on the Atlantic in the 1700’s and the development of the Cork Butter Exchange, which became the largest butter market in the world.
I couldn’t belive when I saw a keg with thousand year old butter!