Seattle's Edouardo Jordan discusses the various industry support efforts that he's participating in, and describes his and his team's involvement in the Restaurant Workers Relief Program.
Chef Edouardo Jordan owns and operates three foodservice businesses--Junebaby, Salare, and Lucinda Grain Bar--in Seattle, Washington, the first American city to have a full-fledged outbreak of the coronavirus. In this conversation, Edouardo discusses his efforts to lift up the industry at this time of crisis, including fighting for business interruption insurance support, participating in the Independent Restaurant Coalition, and serving colleagues by converting one of his restaurants into an outpost of the Restaurant Workers Relief Program. He also discusses his open letter about the lack of minority and independent restaurant representation on the President's Economic Council for Restaurants.
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Andrew Talks to Chefs official site
Chefs, Drugs, and Rock & Roll (Andrew's latest book)
Edouardo Jordan's Letter
Lucinda Grain Bar
Restaurant Workers Relief Program
Independent Restaurant Coalition