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Food Entrepreneurs of Tobago

Tobago is a beautiful, laid back and unspoilt island getaway in the Caribbean, unlike its big sister Trinidad, which is like a little America, as it is a twin island country, Trinidad and Tobago. 263 more words

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E&C’s Snacks: Entrepreneur Profile

A recipe is locked in a safe for more than 30 years, unseen by anyone except the recipe’s creator.  A nephew urges his aunt to start a business, selling her baked treats.  523 more words


$30 Million Available From USDA


The United States Department of Agriculture is making $30 million available to food producers, ranchers, and farmers to develop new product lines though funding from the Value-Added Producer Grant  113 more words


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In the Beginning….

Grow Chicago Collaborative was born out of equal parts love and war.

As a food entrepreneur in Chicago, the love came with spirit and support of so many I encountered as I launched my own business, Granola for Good. 810 more words

Grow Chicago Collaborative

No Bones About It. Consommé Is No Passing Fad

 By a mix of southern and midwestern upbringing, extraction of  animal bones by-product was a popular seasoning technique and stock to potted greens and making stock for soups…

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Erica Parker of Moggill Markets

On a beautiful Saturday morning in early September, I headed to the Moggill Markets at Brookfield to meet Erica Parker. For those not in the know, it is a farmers’ market held at the Brookfield showgrounds just off Brookfield Road. 967 more words

Starter Workshop with Sour Flour

It was a fitting beginning to the Feastly Artisan Series— a Starter Workshop with Sour Flour’s Danny Gabriner. Held in the colorful La Victoria Bakery in The Mission District of San Francisco, Danny led eight Feastly Cooks through a hands-on bread making session. 288 more words