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We had such a great time serving up some delicious soup this past weekend at the Nobody Sleeps gala. Plenty of spooky fun that got us in the Halloween spirit!
Faces of FOODWORKS: Carolyn Cannon opened Sweet Magnolia’s in 2016 in Southfield, MI, making good on a longtime dream of hers. She runs it with her son, Johnny, who also owns New Center Eatery in downtown Detroit. And Magnolia? That’s Carolyn’s mom, the Cannon matriarch, known for her fried catfish and peach cobbler. Sweet, indeed 🍗
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Faces of FOODWORKS: Hey, hey @hakkabakkarolls! Husband-wife team Kaushik Guha and Swetha Jalan are opening their second location in Chicago, bringing Indian kati rolls to the masses. Kaushik, a former Ernst & Young consultant, started Hakka Bakka in 2016 and was one of our first partners at @forum55chicago. “We’re visible now. I’ve had customers come from Indianapolis because their Chicago friends ate our food at a popup and told them about us. These are the intangible benefits of FOODWORKS you just can’t put a number on,” he says. Congrats to them! And if you’re a local restaurant interested in partnering with us, let’s talk!
Faces of FOODWORKS: “People are surprised to find an authentic North Carolina style of barbecue that is made in this region. We have visited many Southern locations over the last 15 years and feel that we are bringing the best of those establishments to Pittsburgh.” 💬 Arthur Cohen, Owner of #PittsburghBarbecueCompany. Indulge in the best that barbecue has to offer at our @oxfordmarketpgh station ☝🏼📸 @kitsburgheats