Mark Timms got into the restaurant industry because he was hungry. Raised in England’s foster care system, Timms experienced horrifying incidents that have prompted him to help kids in the Vermont community he now calls home. Last summer, he organized the Rising Star Chefs Food & Wine Show to bring more attention to the cause of childhood hunger, and this winter he held a gingerbread-house contest at Topnotch Resort and Spa in Stowe, Vt., where he’s executive chef, to collect money for the ...
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