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Wedginald is Retired

22 Dec 2007, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in news & buzz

If you listened to my Food Philosophy audio and video shows featuring the cheeky Brit Dom Lane and Wedginald, the star of CheddarVision, you know that at some point Wedginald would reach his first birthday and be retired from his starring role. Well, my friends, that time has come. Behold: *** Last Episode Of cheddarvision.tv Is A Cheesey Christmas Special 21 Dec 07 Today, in the final chapter of perhaps one of the most surprising stories of the year, Wedginald, the 44lb star of www.cheddarvision.tv retired from the small screen and jetted off down under. After 12 months starring on…

Food Philosophy Videocast #5: CheddarVision

24 Jul 2007, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in food

Food Philosophy Videocast #5: CheddarVision The gents from CheddarVision join us for a discussion about flavor shapes (yes, flavor shapes), the concept of CheddarVision, and how their site has welcomed nearly 1.5 million visitors since its launch. Who knew so many people loved to watch cheese as it quietly ages. http://www.farmhousecheesemakers.com/http://www.cheddarvision.tv/ Sponsor: Go Daddy (www.godaddy.com)Use code food1 for 10% off your orderUse code food2 for $5 off orders of $35 or moreUse code food3 for $6.95 domain names Music: Beau Hall (http://www.beaurocks.com/) Food Philosophy is a production of the Culinary Podcast Network (http://www.culinarypodcastnetwork.com/). food, food podcast, sensuality, Food Philosophy, Culinary…

FP56: CheddarVision

22 Jul 2007, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in farm, podcast

These innovative Brits not only produce some fantastic cheese, but they’ve also created the world’s first live-streaming video of cheddar…aging. Consider it the gourmet version of watching paint dry.

FP23: Say Cheese, Please

01 Oct 2006, Posted by Jennifer Iannolo in farm, podcast

http://blip.tv/file/get/Foodphilosophy-FoodPhilosophy23SayCheesePlease836.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed The rivalry of Britain and France is legendary, and the realm of cheese offers no exception to this age-old battle. In part I of our look at British and French cheeses (stay tuned for Part II on ReMARKable Palate #59), Mark and I feature some cheese specialists who offer their insights on what makes each country’s varieties unique in terms of flavor profiles and characteristics. (I’ve taken on Britain as a salute to my dear Mum’s heritage, so Mark will handle the fromagers.) I also review that marvel of entertaining, the…