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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


Hello World

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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Culinary Trends

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


Feastly's Artisan Series

We’re excited to announce a special series featuring some of the most talented and passionate producers in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Our community is important to us, and we believe Feastly Cooks are some of the most unique and create in the biz. 276 more words