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2016 Top Women in Food

The sisters behind the successful downtown restaurants The Gage and Acanto, are now opening The Dearborn, their first independent concept that will elevate some of your favorite American classics. Read more

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The president and owner of NWC Food Incubator has seen many facets of the food industry and currently has plans to expand to the city from Evanston to further support entrepreneurial food businesses. Read more

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The president of Bluedog Design and her team are branding consultants to major food companies and products. With over 38,000 products sold in an average grocery store, it takes a team of experts to gain the attention of shoppers. Read more

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The culinary world of Chicago is vast. We found a few notable rising stars to keep an eye on—Gina Stefani launching Mad Social, Amy and Clodagh Lawless opening The Dearborn and pastry chef Amy Arnold from Dine|Amic Group. Read more

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Kathy Herbert is an entrepreneur with deep roots in the food industry that began at the age of 16 with bagging groceries. Her career took her to the C-Suite and, now, as an entrepreneur and supporter of women-led food businesses. Read more

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Chicago is one of the premier culinary destinations in the world. Here, 20 women who have made their mark on the local food scene. Some names you already know, others you should know. Read more

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The Owner and Chef of Elizabeth Restaurant makes our list honoring women in the Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Iliana Regan. Read more

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The founder and owner of Vermilion made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Rohini Dey, Ph.D. Read more

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The owner of Southport Grocery and Café made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Lisa Santos. Read more

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The chef and co-owner of Naha and Brindille made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Carrie Nahabedian. Read more

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Owner, Sweet Maple Café makes our list honoring women in the Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Laurene Hynson. Read more

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The vintner, founder, and CEO of Love Cork Screw made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Chrishon Lampley. Read more

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The Founder of Vosges Haut-Chocolat made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Katrina Markoff. Read more

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The owner, The Boarding House and Seven Lions makes our list honoring women in the Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Alpana Singh. Read more

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The co-owner, Baker Miller and Hot Bar made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Megan Miller. Read more

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This cookbook author and entrepreneur who brings her love of Indian flavors to her readers makes our list honoring women in the Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Anupy Singla. Read more

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The co-owner of Owen + Alchemy made our list honoring women in the Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Anne Owen. Read more

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This Cookbook Author and Food Blogger made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Jocelyn Delk Adams. Read more

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Co-owner, Honey Butter Fried Chicken and Sunday Dinner Club makes our list honoring women in the Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Christine Cikowski. Read more

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The president and co-founder of KOVAL Distillery made our list honoring women in Chicago's culinary scene. Meet Dr. Sonat Birnecker Hart. Read more

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