Michael Twitty’s ‘Koshersoul,’ Rosca de Reyes from Atticus Bakery, and natural wines to try
Chef Plum and co-host Tagan Engel of The Table Underground head to Atticus Bakery in New Haven to delight in a warm Rosca de Reyes. Baker Selene Tepatzi is our guide to the traditional Mexican bread made to celebrate Three Kings Day. Later, Chef Plum and Tagan toast to friendship with Ony Obiocha and Adam Bitker and learn some basics about natural wine. You’ll also hear Tagan’s conversation with culinary historian Michael Twitty about his book, Koshersoul: The Faith and Food Journey of an African American Jew.
- Charlie Negaro Jr.: CEO of Chabaso and Atticus Bakery in New Haven, Conn.
- Selene Tepatzi: Bakery manager and pastry chef at Atticus Bakery in New Haven, Conn.
- Michael W. Twitty: James Beard Award-winning culinary historian and author of The Cooking Gene and Koshersoul: The Faith and Food Journey of an African American Jew
- Ony Obiocha: Entrepreneur and natural wine enthusiast. Founder ofPalm Wine, “a natural wine social club for the homies” (@palmwine.us)
- Adam Bitker: Co-founder of Ungrafted Selections, purveyors of conscientiously farmed, handcrafted wines from small, independent growers
Anima Mundi Gres: White sparkling wine from Catalunya, made from Macabeo and Xarel-lo grapes. (around $25)
Gustavo Riffo Pipeño: Red wine from Chile, made from a varietal called Pais. (around $18-$20)
Non: Salted Raspberry & Chamomile
Special mention: Chef Plum contributed a recipe to Volume 4 of the “Cook with Jacques Pépin & Friends” series, supporting community-based culinary training programs through the Jacques Pépin Foundation.
This show was produced by Robyn Doyon-Aitken, Catie Talarski, Emily Charash and Katrice Claudio.