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Mimi for Free

In what surely will be talked about for generations as one of the greatest free food events of all time, the SEAS 2011 Class Council is sponsoring a study break where they will be serving Mimi Truffles. Yes, those Mimi Truffles, and specifically a “specially CU decorated red velvet truffle.” The event will be held […]

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Engineers turned entrepreneurs, Melissa Pallay and Megan Schultz, both SEAS ’11, are the founders of Mimi Truffles. Their delectable treats are now sold at Westside Market. Bwog’s Confection Correspondent Carolyn Ruvkun reports: When Melissa and Megan participated in the 2009 CU Search Scavenger hunt together, a clue sent them to Jacques Torres and Max Brenner, […]

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