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Moxie Woman Wire Newsletter

  • Moxie Woman Wire
  • May 22, 2014

From the Moxie Woman Magazine’s newsletter: Our Moxie Woman of the Week this week is a young chef by the name of Angela Capanna, who started Eat Your Heart Out Edibles, in 2009 at the age of 21.

à la minute Official Personal Chef Blog of the APPCA

  • à la minute blog
  • May 15, 2014

So, you’ve just launched your personal chef business and are eager to recruit clients. What do you do when a boxer’s trainer calls up to inquire about your cooking for him while he’s training for a big fight? Oh, and he’s gluten free and vegan.

This was Angela Rose Capanna’s first client as a personal chef…

South Jersey Times

  • NJ.com
  • February 27, 2013

Personal chef Angela Capanna’s cooking philosophy always leaned toward the healthy side.

So it wasn’t a huge surprise when a new company looking to deliver healthy meals to clients throughout the Philadelphia area came calling…

Philadelphia Business Journal

  • Philadelphia Business Journal
  • August 10, 2012

Joanne Perez, our online marketing manager and advertising coordinator, had the roasted pasta vegetable toss, which was prepared by Angela Capanna of Eat Your Heart Out Edibles in Turnersville, N.J. I think she liked it.

“First bite was a taste of summer! Wheat pasta tossed with fresh, crisp garden veggies and herbs with just the right amount of light, tangy lemon-mayo dressing. Hearty but not heavy. Best part? It’s oil-free and filled with healthy goodness”…

Girlfriendz Magazine

  • Girlfriendz Magazine
  • February 1, 2012

No need to worry about pesky cupcake wrappers getting in the way of a tasty confection. Chef Angela Capanna, owner-operator of Eat Your Heart Out Edibles made-to-order bakery in Turnersville has created delicious, eco-friendly mini-cupcakes with an edible wrapper.

Washington Township Times

  • Washington Township Times
  • January 13, 2012

Angela Capanna is an odd one, by her own admission. While most young women in their early 20s tend to focus their attention toward partying, shopping or going out, the budding personal chef is perfectly happy at home, whipping together meals or planning her next move.

“I’d rather stay at home and come up with a business plan. I guess I’m a little bit of nerd in that sense,” the 23-year-old township resident said.

And that business is booming. Capanna recently launched her own chef service, in addition to expanding her career as a baker…