Fellow curd nerds. I have great pleasure in introducing the first episode of the Little Green Cheese Podcast, which will be a monthly feature on this site.
Also, I am looking for home cheese makers who would like to be interviewed for the show, which will be conducted via Skype. If you are interested please contact me via my contact page.
Enjoy the first episode. Don’t forget to leave a listener question or comment about all things cheesy via the voicemail gadget on the right hand side of the blog. All questions will feature in the monthly podcast.
Until next episode, Keep Calm and Make Cheese!
Oh, by the way, don’t forget that you can subscribe via iTunes.
Sarah G says
Thanks for an excellent first podcast. I enjoy this blog and also The Greening of Gavin. My cheese making efforts are limited to cottage cheese, ricotta and the occasional mozzarella at the moment, easy quick cheeses that don't require ageing or a press. I make my own yogurt so I'm going to try yogurt cheese pretty soon. Thanks for the cheesy inspiration.
Hi Sarah, thanks for the podcast feedback. I really appreciate it.
Congratulations Gavin – I just listened to your podcast and you have an excellent audio voice. You should have been in radio – or perhaps you were. Anyway, just one comment, you are too modest. When giving advice to aspiring cheesemakers you suggested they go on a course or get a beginners book, but you ‘forgot’ to mention your videos. They really are the best and gave me all the confidence I needed to get started myself. Maybe these days they are available as part of your ebook and if so would-be cheesemakers would do well to get the book.
If I had Skype I'd offer myself to be interviewed for a future podcast.
Hi David. Thanks for the feedback. I will talk up the videos a bit more next episode and my cheese making book.
We may be able to arrange something of an interview as I can also record phone calls! Let me know via email if you are interested.
Ian Treuer says
I just listened to it, good job. 16 minutes is a great length for a fist episode. I look forward to your next episode.
Thanks Ian. I appreciate the feedback.