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Thursday, October 11 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
How Chef Pop-Ups are Changing the Way We Eat and Drink LIMITED

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What isn't more exciting than signing up to attend a pop-up restaurant featuring gastronomy from a place we don't have easy access to? Pop-up restaurants have been around for a couple of decades, but with the raise of social media, we have seen them grow and thrive, making them accesible to everyone, not just a small or club-like groups of people. It has introduced different cuisines to curious palates, and have been an useful way for young chefs to have access to commercial kitchen facilities and experiment without the risk of investing large amounts of money in a permanent space. It's proven to be such a successful and popular model that even larger food companies are doing them.

Grab some coffee and join us for a lively conversation. Do our panelists think pop-ups are a millennial thing? Have they done crowdfunding and would they recommend going this direction? How does
social media influence their success rates? Is Seattle a good city for pop-ups? Our esteemed panel and moderator will share their experience, challenges, successes and failures, and talk about their future plans.

Moderators
avatar for Herschell Taghap

Herschell Taghap

Seattle Cancer Care Alliance / Hot Stove Society
Herschell Taghap loves food, technology and the intersection of the two. He's currently is the social media manager for the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, but during his personal time, he still moonlights as a chef instructor for Hot Stove Society, Tom Douglas' cooking school. As the... Read More →

Speaker
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Mariela Camacho

Owner, Comadre Panaderia
Comadre is your friend. Comadre is your homegirl. Comadre looks out for you. We believe that pan is life, gluten is great, and the Latinx diaspora community deserves nourishing food.Our mission is to create high-quality pastries, grounded in great technique, that use responsibly-sourced... Read More →
avatar for Mi Kim

Mi Kim

Owner, Raised Doughnuts
I knew early on that I was going to be a baker.  Growing up helping out at my parents' restaurant gave me a peek into the food industry and I loved it.  As high school was coming to an end, I decided that the traditional route was not for me and chose to follow my passion and attended... Read More →
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Melissa Miranda

Owner and Executive Chef, Musang Seattle
Melissa Miranda grew up in Seattle, where she learned from her Filipino family, the importance of cultural diversity in food. At an early age, her father exposed her to the incredible world of cooking and the flavors of his home country and childhood. He always insisted on using fresh... Read More →


Thursday October 11, 2018 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Cone & Steiner 135 S King St Seattle, WA 98104

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