In this edition of Voices In Food, Limardo shares why helping not only immigrant chefs but all immigrants is important to him, and how he is using food as a conduit for change. I was living in Baltimore and working as the executive chef at Alma Cocina Latina when I came up with the idea of an internship program for Venezuelan chefs. One person who was part of the internship program is chef Mile Montezuma. Basically what that means is that the restaurant uses food as a way to uplift immigrants through partnerships with NGOs. AdvertisementThe chefs who come to the U.S. through the internship program are like family to me.
Source: Huffington Post September 22, 2022 21:39 UTC