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Continuing the ongoing series on cheese and art, this week host Greg Blais is talking film on Cutting the Curd! Welcoming co-host Matt Spiegler, a writer, documentarian, and creator of the blog Cheese Notes, the duo kick off the show talking about their recent viewing of the movie, "The Boxtrolls," and how cheese in general is beginning to become more visible in film but still has a way to go to achieve popularity. Going through a plethora of movies that do feature cheese, the guys discuss if the cheese adds or detracts from the overall message of the film. After the break, Greg and Matt speak with filmmaker Kari Branch and Malinda Beeman, a life-long artist and cheese-maker who is a subject in Kari's project entitled "Simple As That." "Simple As That" is a short documentary about a couple choosing to launch their artisan goat cheese business through one of the worst droughts in Texas history as well as personal adversity. Tune in to hear a thorough chat on cheese in film and how this subject is evolving in film culture. This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

Meet Marfa Goats by Malinda Beeman

"I think there's still this very high-low perception of cheese [in film]." [8:33]

--Matt Spiegler on Cutting the Curd

"There aren't a lot of cheese films out there. I think people may have an idea that cheese isn't a serious subject." [32:00]

--Kari Branch on Cutting the Curd

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This week on Pizza Party, host Talia Ralph welcomes Scott Wiener, founder of Scott's Pizza Tours and also the world-record holder for the largest pizza box collection. Kicking off the show talking about Scott's impressive collection of pizza boxes, he tells Talia how he got started and how he initially started picking the specific boxes, first with unique and custom boxes, but then started to branch out to the generalized boxes. Scott explains the specifics behind typical boxes before delving into the details behind the boxes that are most successful in keeping the pizza not only hot, but crispy as well. After the break, Scott shares his first pizza experiences and how the cheesy dish found its place in his heart, plus highlights from his tours and book. Tune in to hear his thoughts on the best pizza neighborhoods in NYC, too! This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

"If you keep the boxes built, I am thirty-two pizza boxes tall." [4:15]

"The pizza box is something that is an unsung hero because two-thirds of all pizza are eaten out of pizza boxes." [7:15]

"When you go for pizza, it's a shared experience." [25:55]

--Scott Wiener on Pizza Party


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Hosted By
Cutting-the-curd
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Wmmbshow
Continuing the ongoing series on cheese and art, this week host Greg Blais is talking film on Cutting the Curd! Welcoming co-host Matt Spiegler, a writer, documentarian, and creator of the blog Cheese Notes, the duo kick off the show talking about their recent viewing of the movie, "The Boxtrolls," and how cheese in general is beginning to become more visible in film but still has a way to go to achieve popularity. Going through a plethora of movies that do feature cheese, the guys discuss if the cheese adds or detracts from the overall message of the film. After the break, Greg and Matt speak with filmmaker Kari Branch and Malinda Beeman, a life-long artist and cheese-maker who is a subject in Kari's project entitled "Simple As That." "Simple As That" is a short documentary about a couple choosing to launch their artisan goat cheese business through one of the worst droughts in Texas history as well as personal adversity. Tune in to hear a thorough chat on cheese in film and how this subject is evolving in film culture. This program was brought to you by The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board.

Meet Marfa Goats by Malinda Beeman

"I think there's still this very high-low perception of cheese [in film]." [8:33]

--Matt Spiegler on Cutting the Curd

"There aren't a lot of cheese films out there. I think people may have an idea that cheese isn't a serious subject." [32:00]

--Kari Branch on Cutting the Curd


To comment on this episode click here. There are currently Comments

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