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Hell's Kitchen Contestant Robyn Almodovar Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Mass-Produce Her Goods

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Growing up with an Italian family in Brooklyn, New York, Almodovar said she began cooking when she wasn't even old enough to reach the counter. There are memories of standing on a stool to roll meatballs with her grandmother.

"As I got older, it also became a chore. It was my job to feed everyone when I got home from school," said Almodovar. "But I loved it."

Today, Almodovar's cooking can be sampled right here in South Florida from her food truck, which serves a number of creative, fusion-style dishes that cover a variety of cuisine. Everything she prepares is "like a party in your mouth," she says -- which is also the slogan for the line of pre-made sauce, condiments and food that make up Incredible Creations.

Right now, Almodovar has three products in pre-production, including her mushroom risotto balls, fiery fairy hot sauce, and a tomato jam.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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