The Mobile Monger
Season 3, Ep. 1
Caite Palmer and Arlene Hunter have created a podcast to talk about being farm parents, and they join me to give a snippet of the topics they delve into on their show. We discuss the trauma of pregnancy and childbirth, the grief of giving up pieces of your life to raise children, and the differences between the US and Canadian systems.
Don't worry; we also talk about the joys of raising farm kids too.
To hear more of Caite and Arlene, find Barnyard LAnguage wherever you get your podcasts and follow them on IG @barnyardlanguage
The Cheeseletes: Back In The Vat Grant
Season 3, Ep. 4
The passionate, hard-working people that brought you a 5k during the middle of a cheese conference are back with more tricks under their sweatbands! They've added some friends and created grants geared towards cheese professionals to get experiences at some of the best in the biz. The deadline to apply for these grants is right around the corner on February 28th, 2023, so now is the time for the last push!Apply here: thecheeseletes.org Questions/Sponsorship Opportunities: email@example.comFind The Cheeseletes on IG @thecheeseletes
The Cheese Shop Series: Lady and Larder
Season 3, Ep. 3
How does a small cheese shop compete in this current space of instant gratification? With heart, enthusiasm, and passion, of course!You can find all that and brightly colored aesthetic at Lady and Larder in Santa Monica, California. Created by twin sisters Sarah and Boo Simms, this small but mighty shop feeds celebrities and local cheese lovers. Sarah's energy will excite you for your next trip to the cheese shop.IG @ladyandlarderWebsite https://www.ladyandlarder.com/Sarah also mentioned working with the Cheese Culture Coalition, and you should check out their work.https://cheeseculturecoalition.org/
The Industry Series: Alexandra Jones
Season 3, Ep. 2
If you are in or near the Philly cheese scene, then Alexandra Jones is a name you know well, but even if you live on the other side of the country, her food writing has likely informed your ideas about cheese. From Culture magazine to Modern Farmer, Alex has bylines that range in topics about cheese and agriculture. She's taking a more personal approach by starting her own newsletter over at Milkfed.Here's where else you can find Alex and all of her work:IG: https://www.instagram.com/arockjonestown/Website: https://www.alexandrajones.net/Collective Creamery: https://www.collectivecreamery.com/Stuff Every Cheese Lover Should Know: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/646054/stuff-every-cheese-lover-should-know-by-alexandra-jones/