<p>Serge Chevalier (middle) of Fromagerie de la Houssaye, one of the last remaining artisanal producers of Normandy's famous Livarot and Pont-l'Évêque, samples his own cheeses with friends at his home near Livarot.</p><p>For more, read "A Normandy Invasion" from the March 2011 issue of <em>National Geographic Traveler.</em></p>

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Serge Chevalier (middle) of Fromagerie de la Houssaye, one of the last remaining artisanal producers of Normandy's famous Livarot and Pont-l'Évêque, samples his own cheeses with friends at his home near Livarot.

For more, read "A Normandy Invasion" from the March 2011 issue of National Geographic Traveler.

Photograph by Catherine Karnow

Normandy Food Photos

Normandy Food Photo Gallery from the March 2011 issue of National Geographic Traveler

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