13 The Small Carpatian Creamery Or The Dream That Came True

The Small Carpatian Creamery Or The Dream That Came True

Posted on October 23, 2012 by team


Peter Prigara is the one whose dream came true. Ten years ago he built a small creamery in the Ukrainian Carpathians. Today his cheese is eaten far beyond Ukraine as well. His story is rather inspirational.


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Every morning dwellers of the village bring Peter milk.

The milk is always fresh.

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13 Responses to “The Small Carpatian Creamery Or The Dream That Came True”

  1. Luba says:

    He’s not Russian, he’s Ukrainian. You need a “Ukrainian people” tag. Otherwise, great work. I’ve had his cheeses, and although they’re expensive, they’re absolutely delicious.

    • Tiger says:

      But he is Orthodox if you have seen the Icons over there. The real Ukrainians you mention are catholic or uniates.
      Nevertheless, this is a good example of honest work, not those criminal oligarchs, but exactly these people will rebuild the country.

    • Albrightova says:

      Zakarpattia / Subcarpathian Rus
      He is probably Rusyn / Ruthene.
      Zakarpattia was part of Austro-Hungaria and then Czecho-Slovakia and was never part of Ukraine but after Stalin won WW2.

  2. CZenda says:

    I wonder how much he pays for “protection” to local racketeers.

  3. René says:

    Do his eyes look in opposite directions???

  4. guest says:

    Googly eyes o_O

  5. Dr. Dot says:

    I wonder how much it would cost to get a few kilos shipped over here Stateside….

  6. critter says:

    Peter…….One eye looking at you, the other looking for you.

  7. schtuka says:

    cool story bro

  8. tom says:

    Women are good workers.

  9. Tutan says:

    Solitaire is the king at work!!!!!:)))))

  10. John says:

    Wholesome….Natural Goodness!

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