Congratulations to our Indiana Culinary Heroes

by | Events, 2020 Final Table, Culinary Crossroads

In an event at Ivy Tech Culinary Center August 7th Friday morning Lieutenant Governor Suzanne Crouch welcomed and recognized 17 restauranteurs and food producers named as IndIana Culinary Heroes. Each received a special certificate signed by the Lieutenant Governor recognizing each organization for creatively repurposing their culinary expertise and operational experience to serve the needs of their employees, customers and communities during the pandemic of 2020.

Participants include:

CRG Community Heroes Program Indianapolis
Rise ‘n Roll Bakery, LLC Middlebury
Rise ‘n Roll Bakery Broad Ripple Indianapolis
Huse Culinary Indianapolis
Tenisha Williams Indianapolis
Indy Fresh Catering Indianapolis
Hotel Tango Distillery Indianapolis
Rooster’s Kitchen Indianapolis
Melt Kitchen LaPorte
That Guy’s Gourmet Ribs Elkhart
Maxine’s On Green Crawfordsville
Pints & Union New Albany
Low  Carb Revolution Columbus
Main Street Diner Rising Sun
Tinker Street Indianapolis
Big Lug Indianapolis
Sleepy Owl Syracuse

Click Here to visit the Team Indiana Facebook page to watch the recognition event.

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