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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On the Menu: July 11 through July 17


Beard House Here’s what’s happening at the Beard House next week: Tuesday, July 13, 7:00 P.M. Summer Rosé Dinner Scott Anderson is a chef to watch. Endlessly creative, he’s got the technical chops to back up his interpretive American cuisine, an enticing blend of seasonal ingredients, and edgy preparations. Find out why critics think Elements has just the right chemistry at this summer-inspired dinner accompanied by rosé wines from around the world. Wednesday, July 14, 12:00 P.M. Beard on Books In Hay Fever: How Chasing a Dream on a Vermont Farm Changed My Life, Angela Miller tells the story of how she fled her

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