Trap Kitchen Will Make a Brief Seattle Appearance Next Week
Two chefs traded gang life for kitchen life—and now they’re coming to cook for you
Local chef Taylor Cheney was flipping through channels late one night when she stumbled across the sort of Vice documentary made for late-night TV viewing: how a couple of former Compton gang members and self-proclaimed hustlers turned out to run underground L.A. catering sensation Trap Kitchen. The two chefs, Spank and News, make a single…
Sneak Peek: Skillet Goes Brick and Mortar with Its New Capitol Hill Restaurant
Street food comes in from the cold on Capitol Hill
Joshua Henderson opened Skillet, his mobile street food truck, in 2007 after figuring out that he didn’t like working in restaurants. He just wanted to focus on the food: making it good and bringing it to the masses without all the fuss and ritual of creating an “experience.” Now, four years later, after amassing a…
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