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A gutsy talk about fermented food. Plus, big plans for Small State

Cookbook author Terry Walters discusses her new book, Nourish, as well as the benefits of fermented foods in a gutsy conversation with Chef Plum. Then, Terry turns from guest to contributor and helps us get to know her very good friend, the beloved local baker, Kevin Masse. Small State Provisions, one of our favorite bakeries, is about to go big, everybody! Terry talks with Kevin about his personal journey, and the bakery's evolution from a tiny spot in West Hartford's Gastropark to a brand new second (quite large!) bakery in Avon. Kevin is the embodiment of community spirit. We'll cheer him on and get to know the man behind the once-tiny micro-bakery making some of the best bread in the state.


Watermelon Radish and Sugar Snap Peas
Sweet Potato Pizza with Maitakes
Heirloom Tomato and Millet Tart

This show was produced by Robyn Doyon-Aitken, Catie Talarski, Meg Dalton, Katrice Claudio, Stephanie Stender, Meg Fitzgerald, Tagan Engel and Sabrina Herrera.

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Robyn is the host and senior producer of Seasoned.
Host of Seasoned and Restaurant Road Trip.
Catie Talarski is Senior Director of Storytelling and Radio Programming at Connecticut Public.
Meg Dalton is the deputy director of storytelling for Connecticut Public where she provides editorial support for the station’s talk shows and podcasts, including the limited series 'In Absentia'.
Katrice Claudio is a producer of Seasoned.
Stephanie Stender is a producer of Seasoned.
Tagan Engel is a producer/contributor and guest co-host of Seasoned. She is the founder of The Table Underground radio show, podcast, and website, and is a social justice organizer and trained chef.
Meg Fitzgerald is the senior project manager for Radio and Storytelling Originals. She works with Connecticut Public's senior director and talk show producers to ensure our audio stories are represented digitally. She helps strategize digital audience growth with other departments for our radio programs and podcasts. Meg also helps to manage and co-produce special projects like StoryCorps CT, NautiWeek, Where Art Thou?, and other programs produced by our storytelling unit.
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