It’s no surprise the pandemic has caused a lot of businesses and restaurants to shift and change the way they do things. We are all living in a “new normal” as we do our best to navigate through the pandemic. Take Que Broden of the blog, Cooking with Que, and the vegan restaurant the Kitchen located in New Center Detroit, MI. Prior to COVID-19, she hosted in person cooking classes, but since has moved the classes online. Que teaches healthy eating to those who attend her classes.
The Kitchen’s concept is a place where vegans and meat eaters coexist. Que promotes “Eating to Live” and closing the gap of community access to fresh vegetables. A couple ways she does this is by fundraising to teach local kids about healthy eating and offering/delivering food to those in need during the pandemic. Join Que as she shares her experience and what she’s learned throughout the Covid-19 pandemic at the Inter-Faith Small Business Alliance’s Big Series webinar, Recovery Tools of Small Businesses Monday, July 20 at 11:00 a.m. Que plans to share what she believes made her business successful both before and during the pandemic so other small businesses can benefit, as well. Sign up for the webinar here.
Que is also one of the chefs featured on my podcast, Vegetarian Detroit, scheduled to release in early August 2020. Vegetarian Detroit explores Detroit’s hottest restaurants from a vegetarian and vegan point of view. I sit down with some of Detroit’s hottest chef’s and chat with them about everything from their background to their influences, current trends in vegan/vegetarian eating and mouth watering menu items. You can listen and subscribe to Vegetarian Detroit on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and anywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts. You won’t want to miss it! Listen to the Vegetarian Detroit trailer here