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Culinate Newsletter October 14 09

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 Brad Kessler, a Vermont-based writer who raises goats, strives for balance on his farm — internal balance that is: "I don’t think I could ever not write, that’s not a possibility," says Kessler. "And at this point, I would not want to live without the goats and what they do, either. Right now there is a balance." 

 This week on the site, cheese aficionado and writer Tami Parr talks with Kessler about his new book, Goat Song — and the "magical, ineffable place" his goats take him. Oh, and it's about cheese, too. 

 Kim Carlson
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