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We’re proud to have secured TV placement for Lisa Gross and The League of Kitchens, a New York City-based program that empowers immigrants to become educators and teach small cooking workshops in their homes. In the segment, MSNBC’s “Your Business” takes an insightful look into the business of sharing culture through culinary tradition. You can learn more about TLOK here.
Six time James Beard Award nominee, Cathy Whims is invited to cook in the Test Kitchen of Bon Appétit. Julia Kramer and her photographer capture the technique behind Pasta Mista which showcases the heart and soul of Cathy’s cooking style and her deep reverence for the simplicity of Italian Cucina Povera.Download PDF
Castagna Restaurant’s Justin Woodward is a rising force in American fine dining. His attention to detail and his dedication to his craft have led to national attention. We introduced Art Culinaire to this talented young chef and are more than pleased with the results.Download PDF
The December issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, is a highly sought-after issue on newsstands thanks to its annual gift guide, appropriately titled “Oprah’s Favorite Things.”
This year we secured placement in the guide for one of our clients, Pastoral Artisan Cheese, Bread & Wine. Based in Chicago, Pastoral is one of the country’s finest cheese purveyors, with three retail shops and a robust online store.Download PDF
We’ve made developing categories our mission. With both Virtue Cider and Reverend Nat’s Hard Cider, we have plenty of opportunities to bring attention to American ciders. Greg Hall’s Virtue cider is changing the game. Once a famous Chicago brewer, now Hall is pioneering a return to an American Classic. And on the West coast there’s Reverend Nat, who brings his own distinctly Northwest interpretation to cider. These are two companies to watch, and we’re excited to represent their visions.Download PDF