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Meet Heather Meyer | Owner of Farm to Fork

Personal Chef Heather Heather Meyer graduated from the Culinary Program of the Art Institutes Intl. in Mpls. She worked at Café Brenda and Spoon River. She has taught cooking classes, led demos at the MN State Fair, traveled with Food-Based PR companies to promote healthy food and eating, and has been a Coffee House Press “Chef artist-in-residence.” As a Chef at The Mill City Farmer’s Market, Heather worked closely with farmers and vendors to promote local foods, and loves teaching others to cook better for themselves and their families.

Meet Jason Aronen | Farm to Fork Chef

Personal Chef Jason Jason Aronen has been cooking professionally around the Twin Cities for the last 13 years. And has produced a cover recipe for Bon Appetit magazine.

He has a passion for local foods and loves sharing that excitement with others. Jason feels that healthy eating can only come from making delicious food. Most of his career has focused on making "creative" comfort food, and he finds he can make even the healthiest foods taste delicious.

Meet Junji Umezu | Farm to Fork Chef

Personal Chef Junji Junji Umezu began his cooking career in high school taking a job at a small Japanese- French restaurant in NY. He left New York to study Culinary Arts at Johnson and Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island. He has lived in Saint Paul, MN for 15 years.  His career background in the Twin Cities includes working at some of the top Japanese restaurants, including Origami and Zen Box Izakaya. He has also showcased his American cooking at The Hotel Minneapolis, The Loring kitchen and bar, and Town Hall Brewery. His cooking style can be defined as a blend of European cooking with elements of Asian influences and techniques. 


Meet Allyssa Swan | Farm to Fork Chef

Personal Chef Junji Allyssa Swan graduated from Le Cordon Bleu in 2012 and has since worked at several top Twin Cities restaurants, specializing in French cuisine and seafood dishes. Passionate about making healthy food easily accessible, she’s proud to create local and sustainable dishes that highlight the best that Minnesota has to offer. As someone with a picky eater at home, she's dedicated to inventing delicious meals that every member of the family will enjoy.

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