On this episode of The Meals That Made Me, Adam talks with Jon Gray, Pierre Serrao, and Lester Walker of Ghetto Gastro, a trailblazing Bronx-bred culinary art and design collective who have held up a reputation for hosting one-of-a-kind worldwide events with the mission to empower underprivileged communities. They talk with Adam about their passion for layering flavors and using food to spark conversation and impart knowledge, while making quality food more accessible to the underserved areas they talk about. From developing a love of culinary arts studying under some of the most influential heavy hitters in the food world, to bringing together pop culture’s biggest artists like Drake and Skepta at their parties, and tapping into ancestral ingredients in their new cookbook Black Power Kitchen, these are the meals that made Ghetto Gastro.
Ghetto Gastro: Layering Flavors, from the Bronx to the World
On this episode of The Meals That Made Me, Adam Richman talks with Ghetto Gastro, a trailblazing Bronx-bred culinary art and design collective.
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