Judy Wicks & The White Dog Cafe

A summary of Saturday’s chef dinner, as promised. The dinner honored Judy Wicks, founder of the White Dog Cafe. She was a pioneer for the local food movement back in the 1980s. The WDC is proof that running a successful business and sticking to your principles don’t necessarily have to be at odds.

Judy recently released a book, Good Morning, Beautiful Business, about her varied locally-focused entrepreneurial experiences. In between courses she read us excerpts and had us all in stitches. I haven’t read the book yet, but what I heard was very funny. If the whole book is like the passages she shared, I’m sure it is a good read.

I could describe the evening for you, but you know what they say? A picture is worth 1,000 words. So how about I keep this post short and just share some photos? All taken with my phone. Sorry about that.

3 thoughts on “Judy Wicks & The White Dog Cafe

  1. Nothing wrong with those photos that I could see. 🙂 The room looked so cozy and elegant. It must have been such a treat to dine in that setting. The bisque sounds delicious – what an interesting combination of flavors!

  2. Pingback: JUDY WICKS & THE WHITE DOG CAFE | Wyebrook FarmWyebrook Farm

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