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Join me this Wednesday night for another round of guests who gave plenty of “Thought to Food”!
Holly Cunningham founded Hollyberry in 1998, and now the company is now one of the top 25 caterers in the St. Louis area, her “Home Run Bars,” are the official snack of the 2012 “Homers for Health” initiative and her cookies have made the Rachel Ray show, while she was featured in Paula Deen’s magazine. Find her @Hollyberrybaking.com
Lynn Jawitz loves to eat, hates to cook, but has always loved to set the table, doing all the designs for her sweet 16 and coordinating her college parties. Leaving Merrill Lynch after her 2nd child, she attended Parsons School of Design, and began her biz full time post divorce. She sets the table for a living, designing and decorating numerous yearly events. She says you can love edibles and not have to be the one preparing them! Find her @FlorisanLLC.com.
Tasia Malakasis took her company from a small local artisan goat cheese biz to a company with a nationwide presence from Oprah, The Food Network, Forbes to Success Magazine. A chance encounter with cheese in New York City caused her to quit her hi-power marketing career and sent her to the heights of success. Find her @bellechevre.com
Dell Cove Spice Co., is a husband &wife team effort born of the '08 recession, which forced them to live apart. Seeking a joint love project, they experimented with popcorn, created gourmet treats on a budget, and accidentally created an artisan food business, which reunited them in Chicago. They now sell 35+ flavors, and say its ok to play with your food! Find them @dellcovespices.etsy.com.