I’ve been hearing about the Cheesemakers’ Home since I arrived last fall, so I put it on the list of places to visit with my parents. Located in the village of Dargužiai, 50 km southwest of Vilnius, the Cheesemakers’ Home is a small cafe serving locally made cheeses along with salads and soups. It’s a cooperative of sorts — four small farms raising sheep, cows and goats to produce the milk and one French-trained cheesemaker to produce the cheese. I can’t express how wonderful this place is. The setting is rustic and lovely and the food is delicious. We had the carrot soup with a chunk of soft cheese in the middle, the carrot and beet salad and a selection of cheeses. I can’t wait to go again.