Friday, April 03, 2020

Kansas City Community Kitchen Helps Fight Hunger Amid COVID-19 Economic Impact

Worthwhile update on the local creative-class and foodies doing their part . . . Checkit:

Chef Michael Foust Moves Black Sheep to a Donation Model to Feed the Hungry in Kansas City

Chef Michael Foust, owner of Black Sheep & Market, has decided to follow the lead of his friend chef Howard Hanna, who has mobilized his team to open the donation-based Crossroads Community Kitchen inside The Rieger.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

And no one will give a shit if or when this is over and he'll still be broke with debts that can never be repaid.


Welcome to Shitty City

Anonymous said...

Poor guy. How's he going to pay for a sleeve on that left arm?

Anonymous said...

^^By working. Something you're clearly unfamiliar with.

Anonymous said...

^^But you don't work. Weird.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet you're posting at 11:08 and not smart enough to come up with your own material. he wins, you lose. Weirdest yet.