Hungry Southerner Podcast: Episode 1 – Southern Cheese

On our first podcast we speak with Tim Gaddis (@Timthecheeseman) the cheese monger for Star Provisions in Atlanta,GA.  We met up to talk about the state of Southern Cheese, and to sample some of the growing varieties of artisan products being developed right here in the South.  Tim really explained to us that there is a great new culture of Southern brand cheeses, and quality farms that are keeping up with the best in the world.  If you love cheese and Southern food is your thing, then this is for you.  Stay Hungry Y’all!

-The Hungry Southerner

Download : The Hungry Southerner Podcast – Episode 001


Filed under Atlanta Restaurant, Food, Southern Food, Southern Podcast

8 responses to “Hungry Southerner Podcast: Episode 1 – Southern Cheese

  1. ALME

    Great podcast. I learned a lot and although I’ve never been to Star Provisions, I now want to go check out this place. As always, thanks for sharing and teaching us a little more about what it means to be a hungry southerner. Now I’m hungry for some cheese…

  2. Fantastic podcast! Gotta love cheese. Can’t wait to be a part of the next one!

  3. debi

    I really like the idea of the podcast! I love cheese!! Maybe you can incorporate a video with it you never know a picture is worth a thousand words so a video maybe worth a million. 🙂 Keep up the innovative ideas!

    • We have two cheese video pieces we’re working on! One with Calyroad Creamery hopefully starting soon, and Jubilee Dairy in South Georgia. Lots of video coming. Next time I’ll make sure to include pictures for the post with the Podcast, thats good advice.

  4. I really hope you do something on the local craft beer makers. I know many of the brewers and beer geek bars feel a kinship with other artisan food producers in Georgia. In fact, places like 5 Seasons and Leon’s Full Service seem to go out of their way to support local farms. Also, Georgia brewers make some really good beer.

    There’s actually brewpub in Savannah (Moon River) that does a yearly cider and the brewer there actually goes up to north Georgia to get the apples for to make the cider so the result is entirely a product of Georgia. Well, maybe not the yeast.

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