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Food by the virtual kitchen, Funeral Potatoes, run by Alexis Thomas-Rice and Eve Studnicka.

Food by the virtual kitchen, Funeral Potatoes, run by Alexis Thomas-Rice and Eve Studnicka.

Eve Studnicka

Food by the virtual kitchen, Funeral Potatoes, run by Alexis Thomas-Rice and Eve Studnicka.

Food by the virtual kitchen, Funeral Potatoes, run by Alexis Thomas-Rice and Eve Studnicka.

Eve Studnicka

Virtual Chicago restaurant Funeral Potatoes is rethinking Midwestern comfort food

Coming up on three years of the partnership, the chefs at Funeral Potatoes work out of a ghost kitchen in Logan Square and update their menu weekly on Instagram. Reset hears how the cooking duo keep it fun for themselves and nostalgically delicious for their customers. GUESTS: Alexis Thomas, executive chef and co-owner at Funeral Potatoes Eve Studnicka, executive chef and co-owner at Funeral Potatoes

Food by the virtual kitchen, Funeral Potatoes, run by Alexis Thomas-Rice and Eve Studnicka.

Eve Studnicka

   

Coming up on three years of the partnership, the chefs at Funeral Potatoes work out of a ghost kitchen in Logan Square and update their menu weekly on Instagram.

Reset hears how the cooking duo keep it fun for themselves and nostalgically delicious for their customers.

GUESTS: Alexis Thomas, executive chef and co-owner at Funeral Potatoes

Eve Studnicka, executive chef and co-owner at Funeral Potatoes

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