Since she’s been donating her cooking services to charity auctions, Ariana Feygin has made more than a quarter of a million dollars for a number of different good causes around the Twin Cities. Not bad for a 14 year old.
A new subscription meal delivery plan in NYC may be a blueprint for the Twin Cities busy downtown office buildings.
The eighth annual Charlie Awards celebration was held at the Pantages Theatre on Sunday, January 27. The Charlie Awards honor the exceptional contributions of the Twin Cities food and beverage community. Winners in each of 13 categories were presented with the coveted Charlies plate award.
Five of our Charlies finalists made appearances on Twin Cities Live the week of January 14. The show, which airs on KSTP-ABC from 3 to 4 p.m., on channel 5. In addition to talking about the Charlies with hosts Steve Patterson and Elizabeth Ries, they shared a recipe and how to cook it.
The Charlie Awards is the only foodservice award that is a peer-to-peer nomination process. And as someone once said, "Success is not a villa in Tuscany or a brand-new fire-engine red sports car. It's the approval of your peers."