Evelyn Bunoan was profiled in Food Service Monthly Magazine's Local Cooks column by Alexandra Greeley in its May 2017 issue, "Evelyn Bunoan, Filipina Chef Extraordinaire." The article describes the popularity of Evelyn's food at the Filipino embassy, the work she and her husband, Oscar, do to feed cancer patients through their foundation CHEW (Cancer Help Eat Well), and, of course, the evolution of her Philippine Oriental Market & Deli that she opened in 1978.
Aviva Goldfarb sold her business, Six O'Clock Scramble, after 14 years to Jessica Braider. The Six O'Clock Scramble will continue to operate as an online meal planner for busy families with Aviva serving as an advisor to Jessica. Aviva is moving on to do marketing, PR and writing projects for food and restaurant clients.
A profile about Debra Moser, her husband Mitch Berliner, business partner Stan Feder and their MeatCrafters salami and sausage company appeared in the Summer issue of Edible DC, "Selling the Sizzle" by Lani Furbank.
Susan Soorenko was featured in the July 2017 issue of Food Service Monthly Magazine's Local Cooks column by Alexandra Greeley. The piece "I scream...You scream...We all scream...Moorenkos!" recounted Soorenko's entry and hard-won success in the specialty frozen-dessert segment.
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