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An Hour With Chef Gregory Gourdet

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You probably know chef Gregory Gourdet from TV’s Top Chef. He was a finalist on the show, and he’s a frequent guest judge. What you might not know is that the James Beard Award-nominee is a dozen years into recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Gregory writes about his wellness journey in his new cookbook, Everyone’s Table: Global Recipes for Modern Health. We talk with Gregory about his Haitian heritage, his early life cooking in New York, and his desire to make restaurants safe, inclusive, equitable places to work.

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Robyn Doyon-Aitken and Catie Talarski produced this show.

Guest:

Gregory Gourdet – Chef and author of Everyone’s Table: Global Recipes for Modern Health

Featured Recipes:
Watermelon-Berry Salad With Chile Dressing And Lots Of Herbs
Haitian Pineapple Upside-Down Cake

Photo: Eva Kosmas Flores


Robyn is the senior producer of Seasoned, a show celebrating food and farms. She’s filled in as a producer for several of our local shows, most notably, Where We Live. In 2021, she was part of the team that received first place in the Interview category from the Public Media Journalists Association for the episode “Who Owns History? Connecticut Woman Sues Harvard For Family Photos.” She produced The Faith Middleton Food Schmooze® from November 2015 until the broadcast ended. Before that, she ate her way through the previous seven years of Fine Cooking magazine while its web producer. Robyn is food-obsessed, loves to bake, and constantly thinks about people in the food world, both nationally and locally, who have compelling stories to tell about food.
Chef Plum, co-host of Seasoned.
Marysol Castro, co-host of Seasoned.