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  • Epicurious
    Epicurious  7 months ago +7744

    All of us at Epicurious are devastated to hear of the passing of Anne Saxelby, the celebrated American cheesemonger who created this video with us. Anne was a remarkable voice for American cheesemakers in the global community and leaves an enduring impression upon the art, the industry, and us all.

    • crazykid the plus-plus obsessive
      crazykid the plus-plus obsessive 7 days ago

      Omg how have I only just found out that happened

    • ZFW (Zero Fear Wrestling)
      ZFW (Zero Fear Wrestling) 9 days ago

      She died teaching us cheese lore.... God rest her soul

    • Shanta Lewis
      Shanta Lewis 16 days ago

      May she Rest In Peace 🥺🙏🏻

    • The Reaction
      The Reaction 17 days ago +1

      @MYK zoot "Sorry I couldn't hold it" explains why you were watching a video about how to cut the cheese. Hopefully we all learned something about passing with grace. Press "F" to Pull My Finger.

    • Freezi
      Freezi 18 days ago

      @Cosmos do you also laugh when your father left you for milk

  • kcpopoo
    kcpopoo Year ago +3806

    No matter if you like cheese or not, lactose intolerant or allergic to dairies, it's just so pleasant to listen to an expert talking enthusiastically about something they enjoy.

    • Benjai
      Benjai 6 days ago

      @giabread what? Any normally made yogurt definitely has lactose in it. Yogurt isn't fermented.

    • Benjai
      Benjai 6 days ago

      @KerKhent goat and sheep milks have just as much lactose... So that's a nonsensical decision.

    • My cat is a supermodel
      My cat is a supermodel 7 days ago

      Yeah, but the only problem is I love cheese but I'm allergic to it.

    • Semeki Izuio
      Semeki Izuio 3 months ago

      I am lactose intolerant but I can eat cheese just fine o_o

  • Ray Pereira
    Ray Pereira 4 months ago +2184

    Very sorry to hear about Anne's passing. I enjoyed this segment so much. Not only learning the delicious cheeses, but also listening to such a wonderful expert on the subject. Rest in Peace Ms. Saxelby.

    • Bulgarian Bro
      Bulgarian Bro 24 days ago

      @rah I know many smoking, drinking, fatty meat and salami & deli meats eating fat men in their 60s and 70s.
      She looks in shape in the video.
      I am not a doctor but it can be genetics or stress or something we don’t know about.
      RIP

    • Yoshikage kira
      Yoshikage kira Month ago

      She went to hev hev

    • Mike Schlunt
      Mike Schlunt Month ago

      Maybe it’s from all the cheese she ate :( rip Ms. Saxelby.

    • nomuchaeyoung🍭✨
      nomuchaeyoung🍭✨ Month ago

      @Flower Sprout that sounds crazy…

    • Flower Sprout
      Flower Sprout Month ago

      @nomuchaeyoung🍭✨ Wow
      .... My aunt's birthday is on march 24th. It was found she had 3 deadly tumors inside her brain, she died after 6 months, on march 25th. We all just felt as if she had waited for her birthday before passing. It was recently out first year without her. It's not very related to the vid, but since march 25th was mentioned, i thought i would share that :-)

  • George Goulbourne
    George Goulbourne 4 months ago +975

    This person is super likeable, passionate about her craft and an expert at that too. I'm born and currently living in a country where basically the only cheeses we usually eat are cheddar and mozarella, and I still watched this video through. Can't wait for the day I finally move out and try out all these fancy cheeses.
    Edit: Just found out she's no longer with us. May her soul rest in peace and she finds tranquility wherever she is right now. Prayers going out to her family and all who are affected.

    • Eldiran1
      Eldiran1 4 months ago +8

      I find it sad that the only cheese you usually eat are cheddar and mozzarella. I'm from the region of france where we eat a great variety (franche-comté ) and it surprised me a lot to think that in some area , people didn't really know cheese exist. Like i litteraly see a chinese guy when i was at university who vomit is cheese because the idea of a solid block of milk was disgusting for him . Another chinese what skeptical at first , but some weeks ago we saw some goat cheese on his fridge and we where happy to see that he actually enjoy cheese .
      i'm also sad that we won't see a part 2 of this video , they are a lot of strange cheese who still exist , like cancoillote who is a sort of liquid cheese who can be used like a sauce , generaly used with potatoes and sausage , who is nearly fat free (around 5-8% , very strange for a cheese ) or casu marzu , who is a cheese from sardinia or southern corsica . it's a cheese with a lot of protein because he contain insect larva in here . i could go on and on with these strange cheese ( i'm french) but i love to find some strange cheese around the world too Winnimere and halloumi make me eager to test them , at least i now know one US cheese who seem very nice !

    • Kuma Chan
      Kuma Chan 4 months ago

      @Rujuta Shah she passed away a few months ago

    • Pedro Pinheiro
      Pedro Pinheiro 4 months ago +3

      @Rujuta Shah Please read the first comment up top pinned by Epicurious

    • Rujuta Shah
      Rujuta Shah 4 months ago +1

      Where did you find out that she passed???

  • Sylvia Iniguez
    Sylvia Iniguez 4 months ago +540

    These 42 minutes flew by. I was learning so much from someone who loved what they did. I will definitely think of this lovely lady whenever I enjoy selecting my next fancy cheese. May she be at peace wherever her soul may joyfully be. 💗

  • Sergio Muñiz
    Sergio Muñiz 4 months ago +218

    I admire that these chef's memorize everything there is about food (name, recipes, how to serve) just like doctors memorize everything about the body(muscles, skeletal system, organs and tissue)

    • Eumorpha!
      Eumorpha! 4 days ago

      cooking, like medicine, is an applied science. there's a surprising amount of overlap between the skills required to be a good chef and those required to be a good doctor (although there are still many differences)

  • Anonymouspotato
    Anonymouspotato Year ago +4106

    This woman is so well spoken and clearly very passionate about cheese. It’s amazing just to listen to her talk.

  • John Osman
    John Osman 4 months ago +213

    As a one year widower, I am sorry to hear that this woman, with such a vast knowledge of cheeses, has joined my wife in the afterlife, …
    Anyone, who has dedicated their time of life to explore the wonders of our planet, be they carpenters, bushmen, astronauts, physicists, or just plain lovers of exploring the food industry, has my thanks, & blessings, …and because of the generous giving of their knowledge to the others we share our planet with, … my condolences fall way short of their genius, but it is all that I have to offer, …

    • Ace
      Ace 9 hours ago

      God Bless and Keep you Sir
      Beautifully said

    • Wooden Floorboards
      Wooden Floorboards 26 days ago

      My condolences she’s in a good place now

    • John Osman
      John Osman Month ago +1

      @Jessica Lapp thank you for your kind words, I keep placing one foot in front of the other, or at least, I try to do that, … instead of just succumbing to the path of darkness , I allow Him^^^^^ to guide my path, on this journey of living in/on this world, …

    • Jessica Lapp
      Jessica Lapp Month ago +2

      That was beautiful John, my heart goes out to you. I do know that, because the way of the universe, you and yours will receive blessings and blessings to come. I hope you know this.

    • John Osman
      John Osman Month ago +8

      @Pedro Pinheiro I just sat in my lounger and simply cried for about an hour, grieving over her after I read your kind words, … so appreciative for your expression of kindness to me about me, and my girls, and her sisters loss of a really fine woman, who not only understood me, but the one person who, after thinking about things we shared with each other, could explain some of the craziness I’ve seen over the last 68 years, … I just wish that she could explain the crapola that happened to her, and have extended her time here on earth for at least another 15/20 years instead of the continuous circuitous routing of the path she was forced to follow, …
      You Sir, are a kindly person and I pray that should we ever meet, that the Old Man upstairs will watch over you, & and yours, too!

  • Adreanna Sears
    Adreanna Sears Month ago +34

    This is by far the best video I’ve watched while making my way through the rabbit hole that is Flash-Player. I love how Anne was so down to earth and informative on every single cheese to possibly exist. I pray that she rests in peace and may her soul be ever so blessed 🕊

  • lesbian nb
    lesbian nb 4 months ago +28

    It saddens me that Anne has passed, her enthusiasm really showed during this segment. I'm not sure if it means anything, but the passion she showed for her craft helped me feel a bit better while I'm worried about my partner, who's going through a lot right now.

  • Wolf Branch Homestead
    Wolf Branch Homestead 2 months ago +23

    I really enjoyed this expertly narrated and demonstrated video as we get more into trying delicious cheese types in our household. I was so sorry to learn of Anne's passing, but I give my thanks for her bright personality that has helped me all the more learn to appreciate these cheeses, and learn how to serve them. We need more teachers like this introducing people to new skills and experiences.

  • b
    b Year ago +4686

    Is anyone gonna talk about how good her speaking skills are? She didn’t stutter, say uhh, or anything of the sort, and that’s surprisingly really rare.

    • K M
      K M 4 months ago

      People are so easily impressed these days...jk 🤣 she's awesome

    • NickyD
      NickyD 4 months ago

      She said "guuda", not "howda"... (Gouda)

    • Tyriq Collins
      Tyriq Collins 5 months ago

      Facts, her knowledge on cheese only got me hooked. She's like the cheese queen

    • Lovable Passion
      Lovable Passion 5 months ago

      Editing and practicing lines.

    • Mission Control
      Mission Control 5 months ago

      She edited it ever 4 seconds.......I wonder why.

  • A foreign Chinese
    A foreign Chinese 4 months ago +114

    Just finished watching this amazing video and subscribed immediately…. only to be totally devastated learning of Anne’s passing. Her enthusiasm in sharing her “art” is amazing as it has created a newbie like me to have a new perspectives on enjoying & understanding cheese. May her soul rest in peace knowing her contributions has left an indelible mark to the world.

  • Silver_Ninetails
    Silver_Ninetails 4 months ago +25

    I adore this video, it's so informative and she isn't pretentious about what she's explaining like some other videos out there. She makes it easy to understand, describes the flavors well, and makes it feel more exciting to go out and try new cheeses when possible.
    R.I.P. Anne, I only got to know you for 42 minutes, but you were a phenomenal teacher.

  • Dona Harrell
    Dona Harrell 2 months ago +19

    I've been looking for an easy to understand guide to all things cheese for EVER!!! Thank you so very much!!

  • FortuneSushi
    FortuneSushi 3 months ago +18

    Thank you so much, Anne. I love how informative this video is. 🧀 I will think of you when I eat cheese from now on. So sad you can't make more of these videos. 😢 My deepest sympathies to the Saxelby family. 🙏

  • Angelica Adorno
    Angelica Adorno Year ago +3900

    This lady is so knowledgeable but like doesn’t seem like she would be pretentious. I wanna be her friend and just eat cheese together

    • Llew Boy
      Llew Boy 4 months ago

      @Carrie like what?

    • Llew Boy
      Llew Boy 4 months ago

      @leo c but I'm a he and she's a she tho

  • lilroxie therichwoodkid
    lilroxie therichwoodkid 4 months ago +35

    This is beautiful and well presented in a way I can understand n learn more as a budding chef about different types of cheeses and flavors
    This is undoubtedly art and I would agree that Anne would think so too
    Rest in paradise Anne Saxelby… She’s cutting and serving plates of cheese to everyone in the skies
    We will all dearly miss you… 😢💔
    Thank you Epicurious for showing us this and honoring her… one final time 💜🧀

  • B-Rye
    B-Rye 4 months ago +14

    I feel like I learn more on Epicurious than I do on Masterclass.
    and thank you Anne... You''ll be remembered... :(

  • Steam-kun
    Steam-kun 4 months ago +35

    *Lactose Intolerant me at 3am*
    "I need to know how to cut cheese"

    • Benjai
      Benjai 6 days ago

      Lactose intolerant should be able to eat a good number of cheeses still.
      Lactose is a sugar, most cheeses, the rennet and/or fungus or bacteria consume the sugar as fuel.
      If you can't eat any cheese, it's more likely you're casein intolerant. Which is a protein in milk/cheese that is not converted during the cheese making.

  • Hůmæņ
    Hůmæņ 4 months ago +41

    Why did I spend 42 minutes of my life watching this when I absolutely despise cheese 😂 Maybe it was her comforting voice and pure passion that actually made me want to love cheese 🧀💜

    • DrawnWithLove
      DrawnWithLove Month ago

      My philosophy is that you only really dislike certain foods because you haven't had a good, well-made version of it.
      Of course this doesn't apply to all foods you dislike, but I do implore you to expand your cheese horizons as someone who also didn't really like cheese except for cheese powdered chips. You'll be pleasantly surprised :)

    • Aleister Lavey
      Aleister Lavey 3 months ago

      I just watched someone making sushi, although I despise any form of fish.

    • Erik Johansson
      Erik Johansson 4 months ago +2

      Same so sad she's passed away though

    • Michael Pettersson
      Michael Pettersson 4 months ago +6

      I learned to hate some food due to how the school kitchens habit to absolutely murder some lunch dishes. Then as an adult being served versions not destroyed in mass production kitchen by competent cooks I figured that some of thease dishes can really be good. That and the onset of maturity change the sense of taste in a person. Maybe you just ran into some bad cheese or some not fitting your taste as your yonger self? It could be worth a retrial.

  • Out of The Hat
    Out of The Hat Year ago +4723

    I'm no cheese nerd but I do enjoy someone teaching about a thing they love.

    • bees & peas
      bees & peas 4 months ago +1

      @shell thank you, kind stranger. I think your friends are happy to have you in their life. You made my day shine brighter

    • shell
      shell 4 months ago +1

      @bees & peas they clearly don't know your worth. I don't know your age but those types of friends will always exist through different periods of your lifetime. You'll realize who's real and who's not eventually

    • bees & peas
      bees & peas 4 months ago

      @shell when i start talking about something i adore, my friends start judging me. I’m glad there are people who would enjoy it :)

    • shell
      shell 4 months ago +2

      It's honestly so heart-warming. My face lights up whenever someone talks about something they love

    • Mastiff Mom
      Mastiff Mom 4 months ago

      I would LOVE to be a cheese nerd!

  • GirliNation
    GirliNation 3 months ago +3

    Rest in Peace, Anne Saxelby. Your sheer legacy will forever stay in the hearts of us cheese lovers!

  • Stanley Wong
    Stanley Wong 4 months ago +2

    As a basic parmesan and mozzarella cheese eater, I'm grateful to have stumbled upon the wonderful Anne Saxelby who shared her wealth of cheese knowledge in the most entertaining way. Bless her soul 🙏

  • Papa Waffles
    Papa Waffles Month ago +1

    I adore her passion and excitement to the cheese and it's infectious honestly

  • jagster59
    jagster59 3 months ago +2

    This was SO incredibly watchable and informative. Anne Saxelby is a GEM!! 🌹

  • TheMeatArtist666
    TheMeatArtist666 Year ago +18101

    Me who eats shredded cheese straight out of the bag at 4AM: I'm something of a cheese expert myself

  • Elisabetta Borsari
    Elisabetta Borsari 3 months ago +4

    She sure knew her trade, and was a very beautiful soul. As an Italian I'm glad to see the craftmanship that's required to make good cheese being learned and spread in the US too, but that was the saddest example of mozzarella I've ever seen. Fior di Latte should be wet and juicy in the interior, when you press on it it should ooze milk, that kind of dry mozzarella it's not good to eat if can only be used grated to serve it on pizza. That kind of goes with Gorgonzola too, good one should be creamy and you shouldn't be able to cut it into slices!

  • silverpleiades1
    silverpleiades1 4 months ago +2

    Great video. After all these years, I'm finally learning how to cut the cheese. Thank you.

  • Sagira J
    Sagira J 4 months ago +1

    It was a great cheese 101 class! I learnt a lot. Thank you very much!

  • Stephanie H.
    Stephanie H. 4 months ago +11

    Greetings from Switzerland! I'm sorry to read of her passing; my heartfelt condolences to her family, and work colleagues.
    I enjoyed seeing all of the different cheeses, most of which I know; but I must say that I had to cringe when slices were put onto the raclette shovels draping out and over! We'd never do that - it creates a huge mess, and wastes good cheese. We also put raclette spice or other spices onto the cheese before it's cooked (or after), and often add things like sliced onions, sliced tomatoes, etc. atop the cheese to melt.

  • Han Jisung's doe eyes
    Han Jisung's doe eyes Year ago +15312

    I’m impressed at how she didn’t run out of adjectives

    • My cat is a supermodel
      My cat is a supermodel 8 hours ago

      @對不起,謝謝。 Getting honey doesn't hurt bees though

    • sokka.-
      sokka.- Day ago

      true

    • Benjai
      Benjai 6 days ago

      No raw cheese curds. #Disappoint

    • muffemod
      muffemod 17 days ago

      At least she had a good life eating all that cheese.

  • KenpoKid10
    KenpoKid10 11 days ago +3

    Rest in peace Anne. It may not seem like much, but your knowledge and passion for your craft has inspired so many people. Thank you, and I hope your soul finds peace. 🕊️

  • 티와일라잇
    티와일라잇 2 months ago +1

    I don't eat cheese but I enjoyed this video so much! I like their visuals and how they are served into dishes. Kinda makes me try some of them...🥰

  • spare serotonin ma’am

    yk you love what you do when you can talk about it for almost a whole hour straight..
    this lady’s passion for her craft is like no other.

  • C A
    C A 3 months ago +1

    What a wonderful video. Thank you for this amazing assortment of virtual cheese experiences!

  • noey
    noey Year ago +6786

    "2 oz of cheese per person" thank you for your recommendation, i'm eating the whole block

    • My cat is a supermodel
      My cat is a supermodel 7 days ago

      @Vegan V I eat meat.
      guys now we wait for the troll to take the bait

    • joan laws
      joan laws 13 days ago

      @Zachary Dragsbaek Can confirm! Used to work for n a deli. The first bits of parm from a new wheel are ambrosia!

  • ZH
    ZH Month ago +2

    That's a lot of information within an hour! Love the passionate how she's explaining everything in the video. But sadly she has passed away, rest in peace.

  • Raveen Misra
    Raveen Misra 4 months ago +6

    OMG! this is a fantastic video! Anne Saxelby is a very good presenter and such an ability to share so much and still keep it engaging and relevant. Thank you for the video.

  • Kn1feShift
    Kn1feShift 2 months ago +3

    she's such an amazing and intelligent woman. may she rest in peace.

  • Elmira Kromskaya
    Elmira Kromskaya 4 months ago +1

    Impressive cheese guide, alongside cutlery (so helpful!). Thank you!!!

  • Da Wizad
    Da Wizad Year ago +6736

    alternate title: woman very passionate about her cheese collection it makes you care about it as well. (it worked)
    Edit, unless you wanna see a vegan spammer don't read the comments. Also Edit, Its so unfortunate to see her go

    • 𐤃𐤅𐤓𐤉𐤕
      𐤃𐤅𐤓𐤉𐤕 Month ago

      @I'mFrenchSilkPieAYYYYYYY! I’m not the only Jew here! (Well, technically I’m only half.)

  • maddi bw
    maddi bw 4 months ago +1

    I was just about to comment about how lovely and entertaining I was finding Anne and I was hoping to see more of her, very saddened to hear about her passing.

  • Diadem's Art
    Diadem's Art 4 months ago +8

    At first I was just like “I’m never going to eat moldy cheese” but now.. I’m not really sure anymore because she kind of gave me confidence (I had bad experiences with blue cheese in the past, and before you ask no I’m not lactose intolerant)

    • Googie Gress
      Googie Gress 4 months ago

      Perhaps start with parmesan rind. It's very much like the interior. You could also try eating a brie but cut off the rind, and enjoy your cheese, and maybe nibble a bit of rind to try it out :)

  • Mikaela Granadino
    Mikaela Granadino 4 months ago

    Love love this video! It’s so detailed and brilliant. I am so impressed :) liked video

  • Berry Creamy1211
    Berry Creamy1211 4 months ago

    This video makes me crave to eat some cheese. Good thing we had one in our fridge (although it's a processed one lol) but I wish I could eat all those chesses one day. 🥰

  • HamsterGT
    HamsterGT Year ago +1875

    ....someone give her an award, seriously.
    This is more then i ever wanted to know about cheese and i'm grateful for being given the chance to do so.

    • rottweilerexpress
      rottweilerexpress Year ago +5

      @beans well, “houda” you know if his joke was really funny? 🤣🧀

    • FAIRYGIRL911
      FAIRYGIRL911 Year ago +7

      @beans Hah, it was a gouda one for sure. Nothing feta than a good cheese pun.

    • beans
      beans Year ago +8

      @Pi Guy I can’t brie-lieve how cheesy that joke was

    • BakaTaco
      BakaTaco Year ago +8

      @Pi Guy Damn it, you wrote the comment before me. I'll have to think of some other cheesy pun. *I just got one.*

  • Douglas Chapman
    Douglas Chapman 4 months ago +1

    Wonderful presentation! I hope I've learned a little--easy to understand, use, and enjoy. . . . . You're missed, Ms Axelby.

  • /Drummerchick2003\
    /Drummerchick2003\ 3 months ago +2

    Oh thank you, I have been trying to figure out the name of the cheese Labneh for many years now. I ate it with some pita bread, egg omelette, and the soft yogurt type cheese, very delicious and now I can get it once in a blue moon since I know the name.
    Oh damn rest in peace 😢

  • Pei-Tzu Chuang
    Pei-Tzu Chuang 5 days ago

    Such an excellent crash course for cheeses! Thank you!

  • Rebecca Journey
    Rebecca Journey 17 hours ago

    Excellent! So much more than just cutting, but savoring and enjoying to the fullest extent! I love cheese. I have "given up" different foods at different times in my life, but never the goodness of cheese❣ Now I've learned more, I can appreciate fully💕

  • Yo Ya
    Yo Ya 4 months ago +1

    I just saw this for the first time and was thinking how slim and healthy she looked, especially after eating all that cheese, bread etc... So sad to hear she is no more. She really seemed lovely so passionate and knowledgable it showed on her face. RIP Ms Saxelby. Life is very strange.

  • Ji_Hea Kim
    Ji_Hea Kim 4 months ago

    Super helpful rundown of different cheeses, types, characteristics and how to serve.

  • R. O.
    R. O. 4 months ago

    Your video is a godsend. My confidence in cheese went from zero to eighty! Thanks so much!
    Edit: just realized she has passed. But she definitely left marks on many people including me! Thanks and rest in peace, Anne.

  • growbear
    growbear 4 months ago

    Wow! Thanks. I have had almost all these cheeses, but never appreciated the subtleties of them as you described.

  • TeeThePenguin!
    TeeThePenguin! Year ago +2247

    Honestly this channel is one of the most informative and quality channels out there.
    Is Frank still milking his own cow for his mozzarella?
    Edit: Frank has a channel named ProtoCooks with Chef Frank

    • Amanda Diko
      Amanda Diko Year ago

      I miss him..lol

    • Stars9³
      Stars9³ Year ago

      except that dumpling video that got dumped

    • tinidor08
      tinidor08 Year ago +1

      Last time I heard he moved to Italy, bought a farm, and still trying to grow the cow.

    • Becca Keen
      Becca Keen Year ago +2

      He has his own Channel it’s called ProtoCooks

    • Lance Beltran
      Lance Beltran Year ago

      *He is still Breeding his own cow*

  • Unnatural Selection
    Unnatural Selection 4 months ago +1

    You learn something new every day!
    My previous cheese cutting method consisted of eating a meal of boiled eggs, baked beans, kimchi with a garnish of raw garlic and onions and a few beers.

  • Kingg Pita
    Kingg Pita Month ago +1

    Love how you served the lebanah it's just like I would eat it at home (w. Pita bread though) but I love zatar n olive oil on top

  • ilonggo feet
    ilonggo feet 4 months ago

    Thank you for the informative content, most helpful.

  • benji
    benji 4 months ago +1

    Peace on this lady who was able to make discover through her passion, a part of the French culture and the incredible universe of cheeses in general!

  • Das K
    Das K Year ago +1624

    As a french from the Alps passionate about cheese, this woman is legit. I'm really surprised she knew about tête de moine and the way she made raclette was just perfection

    • R. C.
      R. C. 2 months ago

      @ppppp why are you talking about cheese and baguette? I'm on diet! You're just evil!

    • ppppp
      ppppp 2 months ago

      @R. C. And even if you are not from the Alps lot of french eat chesse every meal growing up so of course you know more about it 😅 the only objection I have is that I would serve every cheese only with baguette ahah

    • Vio
      Vio 5 months ago

      I feel like TdM is the first 'obscure' thing people would know because it often comes up as a present or "party gag".
      More so than which rind you really should eat.

    • R. C.
      R. C. 5 months ago +1

      @lolman "just cause you're french doesn't mean you know everything about cooking", first it's cheese, not cooking, it isn't what he meant and just by saying what you said "you think you know everything about Frenchies". He precisely said "as an Alps french passionate about cheese..." and that's a key point, raclette is THE specialty in that region, whether French or Swiss, especially swiss where literally dozens and dozens of restaurants are specialized in raclette. So stop hating just because you have premade ideas about people.

    • PanFried
      PanFried 5 months ago

      @lolman he doesn’t know everything about cooking, he knows about *_C H E E S E_*

  • Griffin
    Griffin 12 days ago +1

    May she rest in peace and joy. She seems so passionate and knowledgeable. I am honored to have learned, thank you.

  • ☁️ sofia
    ☁️ sofia 29 days ago

    adored every single second of this video. may anne rest in peace

  • Blurryphan
    Blurryphan 3 months ago

    She is the embodiment of my love for cheese. I feel like she's finding excuses just to eat the cheeses and so would I lol

  • Alexandra P
    Alexandra P Month ago +1

    Rest In Peace Anne I really enjoyed your segment. Thanks for sharing your knowledge you made me laugh many times.

  • Juan Andrés Alvarez Guarín

    Sleep? Who needs sleep when you can watch a whole 40 minutes of a nice Lady cuting cheese at 3:00 AM

    • Lillian Williams
      Lillian Williams 4 months ago +1

      Excellent, video. Thank you.

    • Christian
      Christian 4 months ago +2

      I think youtube learned to recommend this video at 3 a.m ...

    • Brian Liu
      Brian Liu 4 months ago +2

      How did you know?! Haha just finished watching and it's 3:20am

    • Maldium
      Maldium 4 months ago +1

      3:00 AM and I've just finished the video

    • huddaaliya h
      huddaaliya h 4 months ago +1

      legitly watching it now and it's 3.38am.

  • Bharati Chitnis
    Bharati Chitnis 4 months ago +6

    So sad to know that she’s no more…. 🙏🙏🙏 RIP.
    So impressed with her knowledge of cheeses…. Didn’t know there were so many types…she was talking about covering the other types of cheeses in another video… guess that to be…☹️😢

  • Denise Summers
    Denise Summers 4 months ago

    I absolutely loved this video ! Thank you so much

  • JoAnn E
    JoAnn E 2 months ago

    Very informative to a complete novice of cheese types! All I know is I love cheese!

  • Natali Pokorskaya
    Natali Pokorskaya 4 months ago

    Thanks!! Очень интересная и полезная информация!!! Обожаю сыры😍

  • Noah Masi
    Noah Masi 7 months ago +1747

    Just wanted to pay my respects to this woman. This video really got me into learning more about food, and I’m glad I got to hear her thoughts.

    • Daeneira Boivin
      Daeneira Boivin 4 months ago +6

      @inkognito spastiko well yeah but not everyone knows every single type of cheese, or how to prepare it, it's like calling a child stupid for not knowing rocket science as soon as it's born

    • inkognito spastiko
      inkognito spastiko 4 months ago

      @Daeneira Boivin You are right, but isn't it normal to know how to handle with food? are you cutting tomatoes with a sharp knife or with an axe?

    • Daeneira Boivin
      Daeneira Boivin 4 months ago +3

      @inkognito spastiko yes? Cheese is food-

    • inkognito spastiko
      inkognito spastiko 4 months ago

      @Noah Masi whatever makes you happy bro 👌

  • Whatsthepoint
    Whatsthepoint 3 months ago

    Love the information u put across. As a chef, it's fascinating. I need to watch again.

  • Purnima Bhatt
    Purnima Bhatt 4 months ago

    Very interesting nicely explain and Thanks for educating how to serve right.

  • Levi's Bitch
    Levi's Bitch Month ago

    I can't believe I watched a 42-minute video all about cheese and enjoyed every minute of it. Thank you Miss Anne Saxelby 💕

  • Jack Chambers
    Jack Chambers 4 months ago

    Geeze, I find this wonderful video about delicious cheeses and learn so much from her, then find out she's died?? Poor Anne! She seems incredibly passionate, knowledgeable and kind; the world is poorer without that passion and personality.

  • wheels 899
    wheels 899 Year ago +1993

    i can't believe this type of content is free on youtube, i feel like i'm in goddamn culinary school, 10/10

    • Meta7 SHMUPs
      Meta7 SHMUPs 8 months ago

      @brooke On one hand, that's still true, on the other hand, they DID turn into a subscription-based service...

    • brooke
      brooke 8 months ago

      @Maureen Medford be careful because why?

    • brooke
      brooke 8 months ago

      They make way more money from ads that you look at and watch than they would from a subscription-based service anyways. For Flash-Player, people giving them their time is what gets them the real $$$.

    • Maureen Medford
      Maureen Medford 8 months ago +1

      @wheels 899
      I wanted to say that you should be careful when using the lord's name as it should not be said in vain. ♥️
      (I understand if you don't believe in God but I just wanted to tell you. I hope this comment didn't offend your beliefs in anyway.)

    • Nobby Clarke
      Nobby Clarke 8 months ago

      You telling me you’ve never cut the cheese before?

  • S
    S 4 months ago

    This video was amazing! Not just bc cheese is awesome, but bc Anne is awesome!

  • will taylor
    will taylor 4 months ago +1

    making my sooooo hungry . the yummiest video I've seen in a long time . great job

  • Chael
    Chael 3 months ago

    wow this was wholesome and fueled my love for cooking and eating just a tad more

  • Sebastian Kobialka
    Sebastian Kobialka 4 months ago

    we need a Part 2! there is so much more cheese out there

  • ayden
    ayden 9 months ago +1193

    i love the little fun facts and introductions to the cheeses while she teaches us how to cut it. very informative

  • Aimee-Lynn Donovan
    Aimee-Lynn Donovan 4 months ago

    Thank you, wonderful! Tasty and educational.

  • TheFiendBoy
    TheFiendBoy 4 months ago

    I’ve been distressed lately, and the passion people have for cheese makes me feel oddly comfortable. Keep it up cheeseheads.

  • sid viscus
    sid viscus 26 days ago

    Rest in peace, you wonderful lady. Thank you for this endlessly fascinating, fun, and educational video. We are all sad you're not here.

  • Faizal Rahman
    Faizal Rahman 4 months ago +1

    Rest In Peace Anne 🙏🏻😔 Thank you for sharing with us your vast knowledge about cheese ♥️

  • Hex Luna
    Hex Luna Year ago +2126

    Flash-Player: Do you wanna spend 42 minutes learning how to cut cheese?
    Me: Yes, sure

    • Fox D
      Fox D 4 months ago

      I thought I was an expert on cutting the cheese, but there's so much I have to learn.

    • Bee V
      Bee V Year ago

      Wow.. i did not notice it took my 42 minutes until I saw this comment.. i clicked the video right away and just watch because I LOVE cheese.. and salivating all throughout. Ahahaha..

    • saracasm md
      saracasm md Year ago

      Flash-Player: Do you wanna spend 42 minutes learning how to cut cheese that you probably can't afford nor never get the chance to eat, let alone actually get to cut?
      Me: Yes, sure

    • Erica Carter
      Erica Carter Year ago

      First, pull my finger. 🤙 just my small mind joking

    • Salmon
      Salmon Year ago

      I don’t even like cheese

  • The Cheese Wanker
    The Cheese Wanker 3 months ago

    Some great tips there. Cutting cheese the correct way is such an important part of the degustation process. 👍👏👍

  • Andrew Mareno
    Andrew Mareno 4 months ago

    I’m glad this is what I’m watching at 3 in the morning. Never know when you need to slice different cheeses.

  • Monkey Pog
    Monkey Pog 27 days ago

    I want to be know as a “Cheese master” and have as much knowledge as this woman

  • Verity Didonato
    Verity Didonato Month ago +1

    as a cheese lover this video made me so hungry 🤤

  • Raz S
    Raz S 4 months ago

    It was awkwardly satisfying to listen to her voice, also, her love for cheeses really shows. Saddening to hear that she passed away.

  • jiminisnotonfire
    jiminisnotonfire 2 months ago

    Did I just watch a whole 38 minutes of someone talking about cheese? Yes, yes I did. she made it so interesting I couldn’t stop watching 😂
    Now I’m sad hearing this lovely lady passed away 😭

  • Musaed Ayesh
    Musaed Ayesh Month ago +1

    Thank you so much for this wonderfull informitive Video , i've really enjoyed it till the end.

  • anna bains
    anna bains 4 months ago

    I didn't know there is so many types of cheese. You learn something everyday. Thanks.

  • Ben Shrimpton
    Ben Shrimpton Year ago +991

    Knowing that someone pairs a nice cheese with potato chips gives me so much comfort

    • phubans
      phubans Year ago +10

      I've been enjoying cheese with potato chips for over 30 years. Not very regularly because it's one of those snacks you don't feel good about

    • Lizz Aguilar
      Lizz Aguilar Year ago +16

      An expensive snack

  • Spi
    Spi 6 days ago +1

    I was coming back to this video cause I wanted to educate myself again on certain things, cheese included, but the comment Epicurious made is when I found out this wonderful woman passed away
    May her soul rest in peace in the afterlife

  • H76 Pro
    H76 Pro 2 months ago

    I wish that I was there with her to taste all those different cheeses!

  • Nameless Nameless
    Nameless Nameless 2 months ago +1

    The grocery store I usually stop in seldom has unusual cheeses. But this time, it had brie. So I splurged and bought it. Then I remembered this video. It DOES pair well with a mixed berry jam and wheat crackers. YUM!

  • Diana C
    Diana C 4 months ago

    I don’t like cheese that much, but this video was amazing I learned a lot

  • sirenhalo
    sirenhalo Year ago +2344

    Me, seeing the length of the video: I'll just watch 5 or 10 minutes
    Me, 42 minutes later: I regret nothing

    • Simran
      Simran 11 months ago

      LITERALLY ME

    • Samuel Hoult
      Samuel Hoult 11 months ago

      I'm not even a cheese enthusiast and I have binge watched this video

    • Catdudethatsvibeing
      Catdudethatsvibeing 11 months ago +2

      The cheesetrap

    • ⴽⴰⵡⵜⴻⵔ
      ⴽⴰⵡⵜⴻⵔ 11 months ago

      I realised that it was 42min when I saw ur comment 😭😭😭😭😭
      I can't believe myself

    • Brad Harrington
      Brad Harrington 11 months ago

      Exactly, was surprised when I saw your comment, then looked at thought, well there went 42 minutes of my life!! :)