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    Milva Smith feeds llama Dolly as Stephen Smith watches at Food Forge, a business they opened in a former restaurant space in Whitefield and hope to rent out to small-scale food businesses that need a commercial kitchen.

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    Stephen and Milva Smith talk Thursday about their new business, Food Forge, which they opened in a former restaurant space in Whitefield.

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    Milva and Stephen Smith sit Thursday in the event room of Food Forge, a business they opened in a former restaurant space in Whitefield.

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    Stephen and Milva Smith of Whitefield bought the former Country Farm Restaurant building on Mills Road in 2008 and recently re-opened the kitchen to people who need commercial grade kitchen space.

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    The former Country Farm Restaurant building on Mills Road has been converted into a new business called Food Forge that offers kitchen and event space for rent.

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