Podcasts, To a Certain Degree

Liz Doerr

This episode was recorded on April 8, 2019, on WPRK FM. You can listen to the entire interview here and also subscribe via Apple, Google, or Spotify.

Episode 121

Liz Doerr baked from a young age, helped along by some very strategic lies from her mom. In the middle of grad school, she realized that creating desserts gave her more joy than her day job. Orlandough was born.

Now one year into baking sweets full time, she’s found some success but still has time to have her doubts. We discuss various anxieties, take a donut quiz, and find a way to retrofit treadmills. It makes sense if you listen.

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To a Certain Degree is a weekly radio show on WPRK featuring makers, artists, and professionals who are doing something neat. It’s hosted by Nick Georgoudiou, and you can listen live every Monday on 91.5 FM in the Orlando area, or stream it on wprk.org.

 

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Probably-the-most-colorful donut for your feed this rainy morning. Because we like contrast. Or maybe we love the idea of a dark and rainy day spent inside eating bright and delicious foods. This is the fruity pebbles donut and it’s topped with two types of buttercream accents (one Italian meringue, the other cereal milk) and it comes complete with a pipet of hibiscus tea and coconut drizzle (warm vibes on this chilly day, yeah we got the contrast covered all around). So allow this photo to brighten your day, dream of the 80 degrees temps yesterday, and get your hands on one this weekend at @newgeneralstore Sunday starting at 10:30! Did we mention we’ll have another giveaway for you Sunday? Stay tuned!

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