Today on the podcast I share my favorite pasta cooking tip along with a great pasta recipe. Afterwards comes the really good part – I chat with award-winning food writer, cookbook author and yogurt expert Cheryl Sternman Rule. Cheryl is fabulous and she shares all kinds of fantastic yogurt tips and recipes with us today. It’s a must listen! Cheryl’s done all kinds of cool things, from getting a masters from Harvard, attending culinary school, working at the Department of Justice as well as doing a Peace Corps stint in Africa. What hasn’t Cheryl done?! The best part about Cheryl, though, is her warmth and approachability and I’m sure you’ll fall in love with her just as I have. Thanks for being on the show, Cheryl!
- Cheryl’s book Yogurt Culture: A Global Look at How to Make, Eat, Sip and Chill the World’s Creamiest, Healthiest Food
- Cheryl’s book Ripe: A Fresh, Colorful Approach to Fruits and Vegetables
- Cheryl’s yogurt website Team Yogurt
- Cheryl’s blog 5-Second Rule
- Cheryl’s main website for everything wonderful she works on
- Cheryl’s Sour Cherry Yogurt Cake with Pistachio-Cardamom Crush
- Master Homemade Yogurt Recipe from Yogurt Culture
- NPR article about heirloom yogurt starters, a topic Cheryl touches on in the show
- Fraiche in Palo Alto
- No. 3, aka Green Noodles recipe
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- Cheryl’s Headshot Photo Credit: Danielle Tsi