We're doing things a little differently on this week's episode of Cutting the Curd. Our dear friend and former CTC host Diane Stemple is being recognized by the new world chapter of the Guilde Internationale des Fromagers for her work in the cheese industry. For decades, Diane promoted artisanal cheese makers form the US and abroad, first as a monger, then in sales, then as a brand ambassador, and of course as a co host of this podcast.
Diane’s niche was interviewing authors about their cheese-centric books. She stepped away from CTC about a year ago, and we want to take this opportunity to honor her as well, by throwing it way back to 2010 when she was a guest of Anne Saxelby on episode 10 of CTC. Their conversation recaps the decade in cheese (2000-2010), which was a big one for artisanal cheese. Diane and Anne held each other in high esteem, and were good friends who shared a passion for cheese. We really hope you enjoy this time capsule, and that you enjoy hearing Anne and Diane’s voices!
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