Within six weeks of applying to get her Tipsy Pies into the Minnesota State Fair in 2012, Sara Hayden was scrambling. She had heard rumors in the food community that it took years to get into the fair, so when she got the call, she wasn’t mentally—or piewise—prepared.
Add one more kudos to Sue Zelickson’s long list of accomplishments: She’s a lifesaver. At the annual women’s breakfast sponsored by Women of Perspectives, Jalilia Brown, a former participant in the Kids Café program, said the woman who is the founder of Kids Café in St. Louis Park, Women Who Really Cook and a host of other programs that help women, turned her life around.
Bite Squad, which was founded in Minneapolis and acquired by Louisiana-based Waitr, has added breakfast service for individual and small group orders in its home market. Breakfast will be delivered every day starting at 8 a.m. The expanding morning delivery services, launched on Tuesday, April 16, and it’s the second Bite Squad market in the country to offer this new option.
Feeling particularly creative and lucky? The deadline to submit your application to the Powderhorn Park Culinary Arts Show in October is June 3.
There aren’t a lot of firsts in the competitive world of foodservice, so it was quite the coup d’etat that Reinhart Live was the first-ever food show held in the revised historic Minneapolis Armory, on April 16.