How to become a TV chef

Chicago business is as diverse as the city itself. Micaela Brown talks with the folks who break barriers and drive progress on the “Minority Report.” Today, Micaela meets up with Johanna Cook, TV chef and founder of Momma Cuisine, to talk about social networking, starting a business and, of course, good food. In the course of getting to know one another, they find a number of things to high-five about, including honey glaze and their fathers’ shared occupation.

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