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Remembering Anne Saxelby Of Saxelby Cheesemongers

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Anne Saxelby was a champion of American farmstead and artisanal cheeses and was beloved by cheesemakers and chefs alike. The founder of Saxelby Cheesemongers (now at NYC’s Chelsea Market and online), Anne passed away unexpectedly last October, devastating her family and leaving a big hole in the hearts of many in the food world. In response, Anne’s husband, Patrick Martins, who helped found Heritage Foods, Heritage Radio, and Slow Food USA, started the Anne Saxelby Legacy Fund to keep her spirit alive through paid apprenticeships at farms across the country. Patrick joins host Kerry Diamond to talk about the legacy fund, and later in the show, Anna Harrington of the Rounds cookie company and the ASLF Fundraiser Benefit Committee joins to talk about the legacy fund’s first event, taking place Sept. 14th at Chelsea Market. 

Thank you to California Prunes and to Käserei Champignon, the maker of Cambozola and Grand Noir cheese, for supporting this episode. 

Radio Cherry Bombe is recorded at Newsstand Studios at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Our theme song is by the band Tra La La.

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More on the Anne Saxelby Legacy Fund: Instagram, Website
More on Patrick: Instagram
More on Anna: Instagram, Website

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