One of the great things about travelling to a new place is discovering it's local food and drinks. Normandy is no exception and offers plenty of culinary delights. It's green fields feed the cows who produce the milk for Normandy cream, butter and cheeses such as Camembert and Livarot. It's apple orchards grow the apples for Tarte Normande, Cider and Calvados. It's coastline gives us wonderful seafood.
However, there is one dish that perhaps might not be the first to pop into people's minds when thinking of Normandy Cuisine. It goes by the unusual name of Teurgoule and is a spiced rice pudding, ideally made with raw Normandy milk and flavoured with cinnamon.