We Cook, Share Knowledge and Develop Friendships
Message from WWRC founder Sue Zelickson.
Women Who Really Cook is a networking organization for women in the food business in the Twin Cities area and greater Minnesota.
Monthly meetings are held in various locations where members work to share successes, ideas, dreams, desires, products and possibilities in the food world.
Our mission is to meet others with similar interests, concerns, and joys... to take time to laugh, smile, taste, and relish each others' specialties, while sharing our wants and needs with each other.
We dish up a bit of chit chat while making meaningful, supportive, and long-lasting friendships!
July 2016 Meeting at The Good Acre
On July 18, The Good Acre and our host, Director of Kitchen Operations Emily Paul, welcomed 35 WWRC members and guests to their facility in Falcon Heights for a tour, treats and lots of great networking. The Good Acre is a nonprofit food hub (one of about 400 in the U.S.) with a mission to enhance how food is grown and shared in the Twin Cities region, to improve marketplace opportunities for diverse independent farmers, and to increase access for all consumers to healthy, locally-grown fresh produce.
Read more and see photos here.