For Ryan Groll, co-owner of the locally prepared food store Sprout., it is perhaps intuitive for the entrepreneur to move quickly on a good idea. So when the Talbot Interfaith Shelter in Easton came calling a few days before Thanksgiving to make a donation, he immediately thought of selling pies with all the profit going to the their homeless residences. Perfectly timed for the last-minute rush of Turkey Day hosts, Ryan working with the Sprout. team to perform a remarkable bake-off for over 70 pies in record time.
The Spy sat down with Ryan at the Talnoy Interfaith Shelters’ home on Goldsborough Street for the full story.
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