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Re-live the Vermont Cheesemaker's Festival on a special episode of Cutting the Curd, as host Greg Blais is joined by Lisa Battilana, the Executive Chef of the Woodstock Farmer's Market in Vermont and cheesemonger Perry Soulos for a re-cap. The 6th Annual Vermont Cheesemaker's Festival, sponsored by the Vermont Cheese Council took place July 20th at the Coach Barn at Shelbourne Farm in Vermont and featured over 200 cheeses from more than 40 cheese makers, as well as dozens of artisan food producers and local wine, beer and spirit producers. The festival provides an opportunity for people from all walks of life to connect with farmers and cheesemakers. On the line we also have She has been the cheesemonger for about 10 years, and is the only retail member on the Vermont Cheese Council. Tune in and get the inside scoop on the festival and the world of artisan cheese. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"It's a rare opportunity for everybody to meet and literally talk to the people making the cheese." [04:00]

"Food is pretty egalitarian. Everybody eats." [15:00]

--Lisa Battilana on Cutting the Curd

"I felt nothing but comfortable and welcome the whole time in Vermont. It has it's charm - Vermont is Vermont!" [31:00]

"The great thing about goats is that children can handle them so easily. It's an animal the whole family can participate in raising." [37:00]

--Perry Soulos on Cutting the Curd


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This week's featured farmer is Mike Sullivan:

Churchill Orchard Manager, picker, tour guide, weeder, legal counsel, bricoleur, grafter, security guard, fruit packer, and laborer, Mike Sullivan, loves his work. After doing less physically fulfilling, psychically rewarding, and mentally engaging work, he is at home caring for avocados, Ojai Pixie Tangerines, and Kishu mandarins in Ojai, California. Mike works with owners Jim Churchill and Lisa Brenneis, who continue to make the serious business of farming a fun and interesting venture for him. Today's program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"My tasks are wide and varied. I did all the pruning, which is crazy considering I don't have a background in this." [07:00]

--Mike Sullivan on Greenhorns Radio


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Getting excited about St. Patrick's Day? Tune in to A Taste of the Past this week as Linda Pelaccio hosts Irish chef, TV personality, cookbook author and director of a new cookery school, Clodagh McKenna. Coming all the way from Dublin, Clodagh shares stories of growing up in Ireland and how she uses Guinness for a slow roast and pin-head oats in her soda bread. Listen in as she discusses the evolution of Irish cuisine since the 1970's and the growing trend towards local sourcing and farmers markets. Clodagh has seen it all! She has her hands in everything, so tune in and hear about her passion for Irish farmers markets, traditional Irish cuisine, and her recent collaboration with Chef Chris Bradley at Untitled restaurant in the Whitney Museum! This program was sponsored by White Oak Pastures.

"And now in West Cork, this small area has more arts and producers than anywhere in Ireland." [17:00]

"[The cookbook] is kind of selfish really, its my companion in the kitchen." [28:00]

--Clodagh McKenna, Chef and Owner of Clodagh's Kitchen on A Taste of the Past


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