Today’s guest is Pete Angevine of Little Baby’s Ice Cream where he collaborates with local artists to create unique and surprising flavor combinations with his cream base sourced from Trickling Springs Creamery in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Pete graduated with a degree in … [Read more...] about Sourcing local milk from grass-fed cows to make artisan ice cream in Philadelphia
Credit: Clover Creek Cheese Cellar Today’s guests are Dave and Terry Rice, master cheese makers at Clover Creek Cheese Cellar, a farmstead cheese operation in Williamsburg, … [Read more...] about Increase in rainfall changes flavor of cheese made from local cow’s milk
Today’s guest is Lauriann Greene, a sommelier conseil who graduated from the Universite du Vin in France. She is the owner of Terroir Wine Services where she offers a wide range of professional services to the wine industry and wine enthusiasts including wine tours and wine … [Read more...] about What does terroir mean to a sommelier conseil?
Welcome to the Terroir Taste and Travel Podcast. Here you will find interviews with farmers, food artisans, and chefs who preserve tradition and culture when crafting food for you. If you are someone who wants to experience a sense of place when eating at home or abroad, you must … [Read more...] about Terroir taste and travel podcast trailer
Today’s guest is Patrick Gigliotti from New Road Brinery, a small batch artisanal brinery in Havertown, PA. Patrick left a career in the men’s apparel business to start the brinery and recently was recognized with an award from the Good Food Foundation. … [Read more...] about New Road Brinery’s local lime tarragon pickle producer wins 2019 Good Food Award