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Rolling in the Dough With a Food Business These businesses offer food for thought for the culinary-minded entrepreneurs.

By Amy Fennell Christian

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( -Want some food for thought? See if you recognize yourself in any of the following situations:

  • Your idea of a great afternoon is sitting in front of the television watching a Good Eats marathon on the Food Network while everyone else you know is tuned in to Britney on TRL.
  • Your friends are always over at your house because there might be a chance that you (not your mom) might whip up one of your famous recipes.
  • You're on a first-name basis with all the employees at your neighborhood grocery store.

If you found yourself nodding in response to any of these scenarios, then a career in the food industry might be on your menu. As the following young entrepreneurs will tell you, however, there's much more to being a chef than serving your creations to an adoring crowd.

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