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“The women get out of Northeast and become familiar and part of the greater community, you know, go places that they wouldn’t go normally,” Gripp said. “It helps bridge the cultural gap because so many in our audience want to connect with the Hispanic community, they just don’t know how. So we become the bridge so that they can have authentic food and help support an organization that’s working with women that are looking to contribute to their family, their church and the Northeast community at large.”
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The Tamale Kitchen started with a simple, direct goal of providing employment for women in the Latino community. The concept was nourishing not only for our customers but for the women in our kitchen who were learning important skills.