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Culinary Creatives: These Forbes Under 30 Are Making Money Cooking Up Their Family Favorites

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Culinary trends are notoriously fickle  and sometimes it pays to stay with what you know in place of following the trend. These Forbes Under 30 Food & Drink honorees have found success founding companies influenced by their own cultural traditions. Find out what inspired them in 30 words or less. MIGUEL GARZA Cofounder Siete Family Foods | 30 Garza s business founded with sister Veronica makes grain-free gluten-free tortillas and chips


The Texas operation generates $1 million in annual revenue; its products are in 2 000 stores nationwide. IRENE LI PROMOTED Stewardship Asia Centre BRANDVOICE | Paid Program
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UNICEF & The World Bank Get Cash Directly To Yemeni Families Who Need It Most Cofounder Mei Mei Restaurant & Street Kitchen | 28 The Cornell grad–a three-time James Beard Rising Star Chef semifinalist–and her two siblings run a Chinese-food truck and restaurant in Boston with $1 million-plus in annual sales


DAVID FOULQUIER Founder Fooq s | 28 Half-French half-Persian restaurateur s Miami place features an eclectic menu inspired by his background; dishes include blonde cremeux and ghormeh sabzi. In March he opened his second eatery in Manhattan. MARIAN CHENG Cofounder Mimi Cheng Dumplings | 30 First-generation American runs two Manhattan eateries along with her sister Hannah


The fast-casual restaurants are named for Cheng s Taiwanese mother; their handmade dumplings are from the matriarch s recipe

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