In the French countryside for a feast, the villagers actually let me drive 200 sheep up the mountain for a roast leg of lamb | rural | barbecue | roast sheep | outdoor | grazing | Today Yooupi went to the highlands of Tourmalet in the French Pyrenees, where the most important activity of the year for the herders is taking place: grazing. The Pyrenees grazing starts in the summer of May/June and lasts until October of that year, moving sheep from the woods at the bottom of the mountain to the pastures on top of the mountain to get more fresh pasture, which gives us a better quality of lamb. I would complete this grazing transfer with 4 local shepherds, and upon arrival, I was lucky enough to see the birth of lambs, and the shepherds demonstrated the most original and traditional French way of shearing sheep. At the end of the day, the herders prepared various alpine delicacies, the salami and vegetable stew was delicious, and we were served with freshly roasted leg of lamb and veal. Not only did I get to know the Pyrenees herding method, but I also got to eat local food, another day of happy rural feasting. For more interesting overseas videos, remember to follow Yooupi Foodways, updated every Sunday.