Dalby’s very own queen of cheese

Ted­die talks pink dragons and yes, cheese

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Who would you want to play you in a movie of your life?

Mar­got Rob­bie be­cause we are both from Dalby and I’m sure she also loves cheese and I’m al­lowed to have cre­ative li­cence, aren’t I?

What do you think the great­est in­ven­tion has been?

Raclette Grill – a Swiss in­ven­tion to grill a 3kg half wheel of cheese and scrape off the freshly melted cheese for a de­li­cious snack. I have two of th­ese for the cheese van.

Do you have any lucky items, ob­jects or tra­di­tions?

Bear Bear, my child­hood teddy. I couldn’t re­ally call it Teddy, that’s my name af­ter all.

Is there any­thing you wished would come back into fash­ion?

Cheese and cho­co­late fon­due – what a party starter! I think we can bring this back.

What three things do you think of most each day?

1. What cheese to get for the week­end.

2. Med­i­ca­tions and my pa­tients’ health. No room for mis­takes in my day job.

3. My list of things to do. Def­i­nitely a list per­son.

What’s been the best de­ci­sion you’ve made in your life so far?

Throw­ing cau­tion to the wind and start­ing my own busi­ness – C’est Cheese on the go. It’s hard work but so ex­cit­ing fol­low­ing a dream and show­cas­ing amaz­ing ar­ti­san cheeses.

The look on peo­ples face when they try a re­ally nice cheese is worth it.

If you could re­place one body part with a su­per bionic re­place­ment, what body part would it be and what fea­tures would the new bionic re­place­ment have?

Non-trip legs. Mine are very clumsy some­times (I don’t send a post­card on all my trips) or just a bionic non-clumsy body.

My hands and sharp knives don’t go so well to­gether some­times.

What was your first car, or what would you like it to be?

The Pink Dragon. A pink Hyundai XL from the early ’90s, which got its name be­cause the air­con breathed smoke and the muf­fler would fall off or just sound im­pres­sive, so it roared.

What do you con­sider is the most im­por­tant ap­pli­ance in a house?

Dish­washer – first-world prob­lems are wash­ing dishes. Run­ning a food trailer also re­quires lots of wash­ing up.

What his­tor­i­cal pe­riod would you like to live in if you could go back in time?

No point look­ing in the past. I want the fu­ture when hope­fully travel will be faster and eas­ier, so I can see more of the world.


FAM­ILY TIMES: Ted­die Ziese­mer with her sis­ter Fran­nie and mother Jenni at the Aus­trian Lakes.

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