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EdouardoJordanThatBrownGirlCooksTarik_MunchiesDonna_MarjorieMakini_PlumI photographed 5 remarkable local chefs for the Stranger’s annual food pull-out, The Sauce:

Edouardo Jordan of Salare Restaurant

Kristi Brown- Wokoma of That Brown Girl Cooks (the BEST black-eyed pea hummus)

Tarik Abdullah of Morning Star Brunch and Midnight Mecca Pop-ups

Donna Moodie of Marjorie (try her steel drum plantains YUM)

Makini Howell of Plum Bistro (A vegan paradise! I used to eat their packaged lunches every day back when they were hole in the wall, Hillside Quickie)



I’m excited to share the work I’ve been doing for Haiti Babi, a Seattle-based company that employs women in Haiti at more than twice the minimum wage to knit & crochet luxury heirloom baby blankets & hats. Many of these women are the breadwinners in their family, and their employment enables them to keep and care for their children. One job at Haiti Babi creates six additional jobs in Haiti, as the women invest not only in their families but the local economy as well.

You can read more about Haiti Babi and how its founder, Katlin Jackson, created the company to help keep families together here.

  • DanJuly 2, 2015 - 6:32 pm

    Love it Jenny! I’ve been a fan of Haiti Babi since I first heard the concept. It’s so great that you’re making such beautiful things with them!