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Lucky Guy Bakery Gets A Lucky Break

What's it take to scale up production in a small bakery--in a hurry?

Building up the brownie inventory starts well before the Today Show segment even airs.

On today’s show we visit Lucky Guy Bakery on the eve of their lucky break.
What happens when a small scale brownie company in Bloomington, Indiana gets featured on The Today Show?
We’ll talk with owner Joni McGary to find out.

Lucky Guy Bakery operates in the One World Kitchen Share. Businesses rent kitchen space by the hour, and avoid some of the capital investment associated with starting a food business. For more on this project, listen to  the Earth Eats story from 2016.


And wouldn’t it be nice to open up a jar of crisp, spicy, pickled okra, bursting with the taste of summer, right about now? Yeah. Chef Daniel Orr will show you how to make that happen…for next winter.

Stories On This Episode

Pickled Okra

If you order some okra seeds now, plant them in your garden this summer, you can make these lovely pickled okra to enjoy next winter (or any time).

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Kayte Young

Kayte Young discovered her passion for growing, cooking, foraging and preserving fresh food when she moved to Bloomington in 2007. With a background in construction, architecture, nutrition education and writing, she brings curiosity and a love of storytelling to a show about all things edible. Kayte raises bees, a small family and a yard full of food in Bloomington’s McDoel Gardens neighborhood.

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