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Need A Personal Chef? 7 Black Chefs You Should Know

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Ronnishia Johnson and Rheema Calloway are The Vegan Hood Chefs. They specialize in turning many of our soul food and American style favorites into delicious, vegan meals. Their passion for community organizing, creativity, and food has allowed them to launch a food initiative to help fight against food justice and social inequity within the San Francisco community. These chefs have recognized how nutrition education and access to healthy foods has contributed to the health conditions of many communities of color. Click here to connect with them.

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Strange Made is brought to us by Chef Dasara Strange. A Long Island native, Strange placed in the top 3 at the Skills USA nationals competition, before graduating from Clark Atlanta University. Strange Made specializes in vegetarian dishes and Dasara has a special affinity for preparing Italian meals. From meal prep to cooking classes to catering, Strange Made can handle it all and will never walk away from any culinary challenge. Click here to book services in the Atlanta area.

Nina Gross is a chef, Navy veteran and mother of 3, who began her career as a pantry chef: she was literally making salads and warming up soups in a restaurant. Nina eventually worked herself all the way up to executive chef at the United Airlines lounge at Dulles Airport in Washington, DC. During her time at United, Gross became confident that she had the ability to go into business for herself. She started her company in 2015 and never looked back. Today she lives in Jacksonville and serves as a chef to professional athletes and teaches cooking classes.

New York has a jewel in Chef Nep Kitchen. The company offers “Ital plant based, vegan, organic and flavorful Caribbean dishes.” Chep Nep Kitchen is about flavor, while accenting health. They offer a range of options for customers, emphasizing customer service and presentation in all they do.

Highly Flavored Personal Chef Services was launched in 2009 by Chef Kottrell McCarty and is based in Atlanta. A native of Paris, Texas, Kottrell started his cooking career in the United States Navy, where he had the privilege of cooking for Presidents George Bush and Barack Obama, along with Condoleezza Rice. Kottrell is a full time, private chef for families and also caters intimate dinner parties. Kottrell can literally make anything and as a menu developer, works closely with clients to serve their individual needs. Connect with him through IG for services.

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Tastes of Bri is run by chef Briana Houston. “Bri” is experienced and skilled at preparing professional meals for a variety of tastes. Her goal is to providedexcellent customer service and meals for a range of occasions, including corporate events, private parties or at your home. If you’re in the Chicago area, contact her for services.

The Bearded Chef (Jared Chenevert) provides the most Authentic Cajun and Creole cuisine in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. The roots of the business started in the chef’s hometown of Morgan City, Louisiana, while being taught “the rules of the kitchen” by a family of chefs. He realized at a young age that he had a passion not only for cooking, but for entertaining people with his love for food.

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D'Juan Hopewell
D'Juan Hopewell
I care about Black Power. Period. Currently working on creating jobs and funding new startups on the South Side of Chicago and writing here and there at HopewellThought.com. Follow me @HopewellThought.
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