This week’s installment of The Morning After features comedian Jenn Tullock and Pam Stubbs of Tertulia as guest hosts; welcome, Jenn and Pam! The episode begins with Jenn doing some dramatic readings of Yelp reviews of some anonymous restaurants. Later, Jenn and Pam check in with Anne Saxelby, co-founder of Saxelby Cheesemongers. Hear about how Anne decided to leave the art world and follow her heart to become an advocate and distributor of fine American cheeses. Tune in to hear about Anne’s future plans for Saxelby Cheesemongers, as well as her reaction to becoming the sole purveyor for one of Daniel Boulud’s restaurants. Later, Jenn and Pam are joined by Mary Zayaruzny, the manager at Public. Listen to Mary dish about the new cocktail bar, The Daily, as well as her honoree status in Zagat’s 30 Under 30. Finally, The Morning After’s regular host, Jason Colucci, calls in to talk about his vacation and check in on the show. This episode has been brought to you by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons.

“Making cheese is a lot like being in a painting studio. You spend 8 hours there or more, and you’re doing very tedious, repetitive, meticulous things. At the end of it, you get this thing that is edible and delicious, and everyone can judge for themselves whether or not they like it.” — Anne Saxelby on The Morning After