Sept. 1, 2016

Food as a Tool for Building Community with Jeffrey Zurofsky and Satya Twena

Food as a Tool for Building Community with Jeffrey Zurofsky and Satya Twena

“There’s a reduction belief around things like food and other kinds of sacred activities that make us human that we’ve managed boil down to an essential thing the way we do with everything in our...


“There’s a reduction belief around things like food and other kinds of sacred activities that make us human that we’ve managed boil down to an essential thing the way we do with everything in our lives. We want to become more efficient at them. More productive. I believe there are 5 things we do as humans that don’t deserve that kind of treatment: breathing, sleeping, procreating, eliminating and eating are essential things that don’t belong in that category. ” – Jeffery Zurofsky


Jeffery Zurofsky’s entrepreneurial spirit and love for food started at the age of eight, attempting to replicate in his family’s New Jersey’s kitchen what he saw master chefs create on PBS classic cooking shows. Satya Twena is the CEO and creative director of Satya Twena Fine Millinery, Makin Hats, and Sol A Mer.

 

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