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Companion Baking’s Teaching Kitchen Stirs Feelings of Group Camaraderie

December 2, 2016

By Julia M. Johnson There’s a reason guests at a gathering always gravitate toward the kitchen. In the case of Companion Baking’s newest outpost in the St. Louis suburb of Maryland Heights, it’s because that’s where the fun and creativity are. Companion opened a new 45,000-square-foot, 24-hour bakery, office, and kitchen space earlier this year. […]

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Blue Owl Restaurant & Bakery is a Generous Slice of Food Heaven

December 2, 2016

By Julia M. Johhson There’s no need to travel far outside St. Louis to treat your meeting guests to homemade meals and sweet treats destined to displace their all-time favorites.  Take a short jaunt south on Interstate 55 to the historic riverside town of Kimmswick, and the Blue Owl Restaurant & Bakery will welcome your […]

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Keeping It Kosher: Must-Know Tips for Accommodating your Event Guests

December 2, 2016

 By Rob Schaefer In our modern world, planners are faced with myriad dietary restrictions, food allergies and special requests as they’re designing meeting menus.  As we are a global community, cultural and religious requirements also become part of the list of event food considerations.  Although it sounds intimidating and finding an appropriate event location may […]

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Speaker Spotlight: Richard Avdoian CSP, Steven Iwersen CSP, Lauren Schieffer CSP, and Candy Whirley

December 2, 2016

It’s our pleasure to introduce you to four professional speakers who can help turn your meetings and events into educational occasions. Richard Avdoian, Steven Iwersen, Lauren Schieffer, and Candy Whirley are noted for their ability to capture an audience’s attention, impart wisdom and inspiration, make guests think outside their comfort zones, and elevate events to […]

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