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Debuts At - 04/14/2014 04:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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You gotta love a good memoir. Add the food angle and it gets even better. We No Chefs (Megan and Tricia) both recently read the book Memoirs of a Sunday Brunch. We loved it so much, we wanted to talk to the book's author, Julia Pandl. Julia's book is a wonderful story about growing up in her dad's restaurant. The stories she tells, as the youngest of nine children, are really funny and full of love. We think you will enjoy her story as much as we loved chatting with her. Take a listen to the show and visit her website at Or head to your nearest local bookstore (or amazon) and pick up a copy for yourself. It's a goody!

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First Aired - 02/17/2014 02:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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This week's episode of Cutting the Curd focuses on New Jersey family businesses. Hear from Bob Sickles of Sickles Market, a multi-generational family business. Since 1908, Sickles Market has become a favorite destination for the best produce, plants, gourmet foods, garden accessories, and gifts at the New Jersey Shore. Later in the show, hear from Andrea Carbine, Owner and Founder of Local Roots Cranford Community of Businesses. Find out how she manages to divide her time between A Toute Heure, 100 Steps Supper Club + Raw Bar, Jack's Run Gardens, and The ATH MarketBox! This program was sponsored by Academie Opus Caseus.

"Growth and change is important - it's relentless - but it's not like I need to open 40 or 50 stores or anything." [5:00]

-- Bob Sickles of Sickles Market

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First Aired - 03/29/2012 01:00PM Download MP3 (Full Episode)
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It's our second installment of the Jones Family Farm interview, and this time, Erin Fairbanks is talking to Jamie Jones in Shelton, Connecticut. Jamie Jones focused on Plant Science at Cornell University, and began the vineyard at the Jones Family Farm. Tune in to hear about Jamie's experiences at Cornell, his beginnings in the vineyard, and the Jones Family Vineyard and Winery as it is today. Tune in to hear about how the farm is dealing with farm transition, and how his family is working to keep the farm running. This episode was sponsored by Whole Foods.

"I've seen a lot of people with non-agricultural backgrounds getting back into farming" -- Jamie Jones on the Farm Report

"90% of our wine we sell directly from our farm. That's always been our family's philosophy; we've never really been into wholesale. We enjoy having people come visit the farm, whether it be to harvest strawberries, blueberries, pumpkins- it's the same thing with the winery...our mindset is to supply to the local market." -- Jamie Jones on The Farm Report

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