Chef-in-Residence Bryant Terry presents | Choppin’ It Up with MoAD
Chef-in-Residence Bryant Terry presents Choppin’ It Up with MoAD
In this weekly IG live series, MoAD’s Chef-in-Residence Bryant Terry will talk to noted creatives of African descent (farmers, chefs, authors, activists, entrepreneurs, and the like) about how they have been navigating work and life during the stay-at-home order.
This week’s feature is Monifa Dayo.
Monifa Dayo is a culinary advocate, humanitarian, writer and chef. She has roots in Chicago while growing up in Oakland California. She is the proprietor of a quaint eatery in Oakland called The Supperclub where a to-go division coined “Sur Place” offers SeneGambian and California Cuisine. She has worked and traveled extensively in Senegal, Rwanda, Israel, France and the Caribbean. She has worked with and for some of the top culinary professionals globally not to mention her latest expressions of recipe developing, food styling and consulting work can be found in the acclaimed book Vegetable Kingdom by the noted Bryant Terry. Her work has appeared in (but is not limited to) William & Sonoma, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Eastbay Express, The Edible Eastbay and Food & Wine. She recently did extensive graphic research abroad gathering content for her debut book, Commis Chef, that details the racial and gender disparities she experienced in high-end commercial kitchens. She currently resides in Oakland, California.
This program is made possible by the generous support of Kaiser Permanente
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