Jun 3, 2020
On this podcast we had the pleasure of chatting with Troy Johnson. Troy is a writer, television personality and commentator on the San Diego food community.
We discuss how the pandemic has affected restaurants. What will San Diego dining look like in the future? Will it be dominated by large chains? How many small eateries will survive to serve the bounty of local food available in San Diego County? Was the market over saturated before Covid-19 hit us?
Troy gives us his opinions and observations about these topics, and many more.
Food for Thought is sponsored by Cangshan Cutlery.
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professional chefs, beginners, and anyone in between.
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We are proud to support and recommend Kitchens for Good. Kitchens for Good's mission is to break the cycles of food waste, poverty, and hunger, through innovative programs in workforce training, healthy food production, and social enterprise. The program is a tuition-free, certified culinary apprenticeship program that trains individuals with barriers to employment to launch their career in the culinary and hospitality industry. The program specifically serves individuals who are experiencing significantly high unemployment rates: formerly incarcerated adults, foster youth transitioning out of the system, survivors of domestic violence, individuals with mental health disorders, and individuals with histories of substance abuse.
Donate, volunteer, or find more about their event and catering services at https://www.kitchensforgood.org
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