ACME — Karly Wentzloff has been cooking dinner since she was a little girl.
The 36-year-old Acme real estate agent started out helping her mom in the kitchen.
“And as I got to be a teenager, my mom went back to school and became an accountant, so during tax season … I would cook dinner and on weekends my mom and I would try out new recipes,” she says.
In graduate school, Wentzloff worked at a small farm that grew greens in hoophouses and as a result, became involved in the Ann Arbor food scene. After that, she moved to Vermont and got a job at a locally owned health food store where she worked her way up to helping out with cooking classes and took her own skills up a notch.
“I was assisting in all of these classes and learned to make things like curry paste from scratch,”