Featuring interviews with notable cheesemakers, cheesemongers, and cheese-lovers, Cutting the Curd is an informative, occasionally irreverent, but always cheesy look at the curdy, the nerdy, and the downright funky world of artisan cheese.
Consider Bardwell - 'The Comeback Kid'
On today's episode Cara interviews Angela Miller, who is the co-owner of Consider Bardwell Farm based in West Pawlet, Vermont. The creamery has gone through a full relaunch since it's voluntary food safety recall. But restarting cheese production is nothing new to co-owner Angela Miller - city slicker turned curd nerd. We'll examine her side of the story and ask what's next for the CBF.
A Conversation with Hannah Howard
E-Commerce sales for cheese are way up. In-store sampling programs are on pause. Conversations, written descriptions, and editorial copy are making the sale.
What's new at Cowgirl Creamery?
Cara interviews Amanda Parker about her new role as Managing Director of Cowgirl Creamery. Tune in for a discussion about what challenges arise when taking on a legacy creamery and what's next under Amanda's direction in this leadership role.
Meet The Cheese Culture Coalition
Today Carlos welcomes three incredible women working to bring diversity to the Cheese industry. The Cheese Culture Coalition's mission is to promote equity and inclusion within the cheese industry by empowering BIPOC communities through education. We welcome Whitney Roberts (President), Agela Abdullah (Marketing Director), and Kyra James (Professor of Curriculum Development) to discuss their experiences working in the cheese industry, the formation of the CCC, and their plans for the future.
Diane interviews Alexandra Jones
Here Diane will discuss Alexandra's new book "Stuff every cheese lover should know." From the basics of what cheese is to terms every cheese lover should know, how to host a cheese tasting, how to make the ultimate grilled cheese, and much more!
Catching up with the DZTE
We hear from Rachel Juhl, Mary Quicke, and Peter Dixon on news from the DZTE and learn what inspires them to be part of this organization.
Fun and informative!
It’s great to hear the interaction about the latest cheese and dairy topics from hosts who clearly care.
I like the professionalism but they mix in personality and fun in the most endearing ways.
Fun cheese discussions!
Thoughtful interviews, about cheese but also about life!
Elena is the BEST
I’m lactose intolerant and I love cheese. Not only is Elena informative, engaging and practical, but she’s fun!!!
I just ordered a case of lactose pills and I’ve got this podcast to thank for it. Love it!