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A collective of Detroit-based chefs are stepping up to combat food insecurity amid the coronavirus pandemic. According to Click On Detroit, chef Maxcel Hardy and other restaurateurs have teamed up with the Horatio Williams Foundation to feed those in need.
Detroit mom-and-pop restaurants, forced to close due to coronavirus, now cook meals for homeless. Behind the headlines of poverty and grit, Detroit has sprouted a surprisingly vibrant food scene.
“We will cook and not cower to COVID-19,” read the handwritten sign hanging in the kitchen Wednesday at the Horatio Williams Foundation building near Lafayette Park.
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Dommi Raye and family provided over 75 plant-based meals to the heart of Detroit!
November 25, 2020, with generous donations from supporters, family and friends, Dommi Raye was able to create a Thanksgiving feast full of plants for the heart of Detroit. It is our mission to provide quality meals to all.
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