Eat for Equity Madison, founded by Stephanie Ricketts (left, in red) and Casey Bilyeu (right, in blue) has reformed as Gather Madison.


By making street food from around the world, beets in the shape of frogs and tomato sandwiches for a farm picnic, Stephanie Ricketts and Casey Bilyeu raised some $20,000 over two years for Madison area nonprofits. 

Eat for Equity Madison ultimately disbanded, but now Ricketts and Bilyeu are back with a new team, a new name — Gather Madison — and lots of energy. This week on the podcast, they talk about some of their most successful events and what they're planning for the future, still with a focus on local food and connecting the community. 

"We all get in the kitchen together, we roll up our sleeves and we make something pretty special happen," said Ricketts. 

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Since 2008, Lindsay Christians has been writing about fine arts and food for The Capital Times. She loves eating at the bar, going to the theater, fine wine and good stories. She lives on the east side with her husband, two cats and too many cookbooks.