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People have pledged more that 1.7-billion dollars to Kickstarter projects since it’s 2009 inception. The fundraising community has re-invented restaurant and food development financing by harnessing the social power of the Internet. In-studio guests Terry Romero from Kickstarter, and project creator Rebecca Dengrove of Brewla Bars, talk about how to run a successful campaign and what life after the donation deadline. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"It just seemed like the right platform - lots of exciting things were happening at Kickstarter."

--Rebecca Dengrove on Tech Bites

"I think it requires homework and perseverance, it requires work...a Kickstarter campaign is emotional. And, think about what is your message."

--Terry Romero on Tech Bites


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This week on Cutting the Curd, host Diane Stemple is talking Kickstarter campaigns with Sue Miller of Birchrun Hills Farm and Jessica Sennett of Cheese Grotto. First up, Sue Miller talks about her cheese history before delving into the goal of Birchrun Hills' Kickstarter campaign. As a family-run dairy, they are seeking support in order to build a cheese-making facility (a.k.a. “a cave”) on the farm. The money will go to purchasing a curd vat, shelving (to ripen cheese), and a cooling system for the new aging facility. Sue and her family have been making cheese in a small off-site rental facility for the last seven years and have outgrown the current facility and do not have the space needed to keep up with the growing demand for our cheeses from chefs, farmers’ market customers, and shops around the country. Jessica also shares her background in retail cheese making and explains that she has designed products to help people store and age cheese in their homes. She goes on to add that everyone has had that moment where they reach for a piece of cheese stored in a fridge drawer or on a shelf only to find it covered in mold, stinky (not in a good way) and inedible. As cheese aficionados she and her team have spent the last year thinking about this problem and designing the first line of products: the Cheese Grotto and its little sister, the Cheese Safe. The Kickstarter campaign seeks to help get this project properly off the ground! Tune in to hear all the details behind engaging in Kickstarter campaigns, learn about the guests' projects, and perhaps even contribute! This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

"Every gray hair I have on my head came from the blue cheese." [2:18]

"Plan B is to make it work - as farmers we are resilient!" [24:18]

--Sue Miller on Cutting the Curd

"With product and product design you need a decent amount of investment up front in order to get the ball rolling." [25:02

--Jessica Sennett on Cutting the Curd


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Americans once sipped coffee and ate pie around communal tables, sharing their struggles and dreams with strangers at Horn & Hardart’s iconic Automat. This week on A Taste of the Past, host Linda Pelaccio is talking the history of the automat with Marianne Hardart, the great-granddaughter of Automat co-founder Frank Hardart; her father, Augustin, was the last of three generations of Hardarts to manage the Automats. But, what exactly is an Automat? Marianne explains it was a 'fast food' restaurant where hot foods and drink were served by coin-operated vending machines that were stocked by actual kitchens making items fresh. Talking about all things Automat, after the break, Linda welcomes Lisa Hurwitz, the Director and Producer of The Automat, The Horn & Hardart Documentary Film (check out the Kickstarter campaign here). Adding her thoughts on the topic and sharing why the Automat is an important piece of American culinary history, she relates how more than just entertainment, The Automat is a parable of how we once dined happily together before turning to the isolated and unhappy experience offered by today's fast food, a bad deal that no amount of advertising can disguise. This program was brought to you by Bi-Rite Market.

"There was nothing automatic about it, which was sort of a joke in the beginning, it involved several people to get the food from one place in the restaurant to another. What it evolved into was this machine that you put in a nickel and opened a door and pulled out your meal." [5:55]

--Marianne Hardart on A Taste of the Past

"The Automat, for me, just had so much personality and character and for someone like myself who never experienced it first hand when I learned about the Automat I was extremely fascinated by the concept." [18:45]

--Lisa Hurwitz on A Taste of the Past


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