Q & A with Angela Miller, American Cheesemaker

Angela Miller's Hay FeverEver wonder what it’s like to move out to a farm, raise a few goats, and craft artisanal cheese? Well, Angela Miller, high profile Manhattan career woman, decided to do just that. Unsatisfied with her life as it was, Miller and her husband purchased a farm in Vermont, restored it to its old glory, and started raising Oberhaslis goats. We caught up with her recently at Beard on Books (discussing her new book, Hay Fever) to chat about the positive, the negative, and how she wouldn’t change a thing about her life on the Consider Bardwell Farm. Describe an average day on the farm. I’m off and running as soon as I wake up at 5:00 A.M. First my team and I have to sanitize the milking equipment,

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Field Trip: Winehaven at Outside Lands

qupe_200x250Bob Lindquist loves baseball, rock n’ roll, and wine. He’s been in the wine business since 1975 and a winemaker since 1982, when he founded Qupé in the Central Coast appellation of California. Bob’s main focus is Rhône varietals, produced using grapes from some of the best vineyards in Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo counties, most notably Bien Nacido Vineyard, which Bob founded with Au Bon Climat’s Jim Clendenen (a JBF Award winner) and where Qupé is located. So, what does this prolific California winemaker think about music and wine? James Beard Foundation: Are there foods or flavors that inspire your winemaking style? Bob Lindquist: Our winery has grown parallel to the evolution of “California cuisine” and the search for fresh local

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JBF Kitchen Cam