• Priscilla Ward

    Certified Food Scientist from the University of Missouri, Columbia. Test Kitchen Manager for Schnuck Markets, Past Research and Development Manager, Sensory Analysis Lab Manager and Chief Food Technologist for Pet Inc. and Hussmann Technologies. Past President of St. Louis Section IFT. Owner, Foodscience Consultants in St. Louis.

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  • Cassandra Vires

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  • Julia Usher

    Award-winning cookbook author, James Beard-nominated food journalist, and Contributing Editor at Dessert Professional, Julia is also a practicing food stylist, recipe developer, and pastry chef. Her work has appeared in Bon Appétit, Fine Cooking, Better Homes and Gardens, Chocolatier, Pastry Art & Design, and Mary Engelbreit’s Home Companion, among others. Julia’s first book Cookie Swap […]

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  • Rosanne Toroian

    Food writer, recipe developer and tester.

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  • Mary Sutkus

    Freelance culinary consultant who works as a food stylist, recipe developer, tester, and teacher for several large companies.

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  • Lana Shepek

    Experience: instructor at various cooking schools and colleges, community demonstrations, cheesemonger apprenticeship and food specialist at the largest pick-your-own farms in the United States. Leadership: director St. Louis Friends of James Beard, St. Louis District Dairy Council, charter member and various offices in the St. Louis Culinary Society. Member of IACP since 1988.

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  • Jane Sehnert

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  • Julia Schnuck

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  • Christy Schlafly

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  • Sunny Schaefer

    Executive Director of Operation Food Search and has held that position since 1995. Received a bachelors degree in education and a masters degree in counseling from the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Professional affiliates include American Association of Fundraising Executives, Community Service Public Relations Counsel, Coro Women in Leadership Alumnae Association.

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