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Through his love of cooking and cookbook, Chase Bailey is helping others with autism live their best life.

The Food Network star wins her dream job as the co-host "Kitchen Sink," which premiered on January 15.

Since opening in Oakland's Uptown district last year, LocoL is leading the movement for good food that is affordable and mostly importantly about people and communities.

For chef Donnell Jones-Craven, the EAT Cafe  is about people, community and creating a feel-good place where everyone has a seat at the table.

Finding her calling in food, Angela Shelf Medearis is using her knowledge to help others learn about the cultural roots of many recipes that Americans have come to enjoy as well the importance of healthy cooking to nourish the body and soul.

Serving in the U.S. Navy provided these two female veterans entrepreneurs with the confidence and tools to start their own businesses aimed at helping the communities they live in.

Two talented bakers compete to win the title of baking champion and a $50,000 prize just in time for the holidays.

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