Thanks so much to friend and faithful reader Jill for sending in this magnificent advertisement for goat cheese, as spotted in the Italian newspaper Leggo:
I’m not sure there’s a better brand name for goat products than “Testa Dura” — hard head — in Italian.
It’s extra-special to me because besides being a great description of a goat’s literal hard head and stubborn personality, it’s also what people from Calabria, the toe of Italy’s boot where I live, are known as — “teste dure” or hardheads — which is why I’ve also used it as my screen name on Expats in Italy for years.
Yes, we calabrese sure can be stubborn, but maybe that’s why I get along so well with goats — takes one to know one? Kindred hard heads!
Thanks so much for thinking of us, Jill!
Remember to send in your GoatSpotting photos as you come across them & I’ll publish them here!
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