Culinary mentoring program launches in partnership with Soulsville restaurant

By , Daily Memphian Updated: June 26, 2019 3:31 PM CT | Published: June 26, 2019 1:38 PM CT
<strong>Chef David Krog and his wife, Amanda, are set to lead the&nbsp;<span>Ground Up Initiative,&nbsp;a new culinary mentoring program designed to help aspiring food professionals of color own a business, and partner on it&nbsp;</span>with the nonprofit 275 Food Project in its new farm-to-fork restaurant in Soulsville. </strong>(Rendering courtesy of brg3s Architects)

Chef David Krog and his wife, Amanda, are set to lead the Ground Up Initiative, a new culinary mentoring program designed to help aspiring food professionals of color own a business, and partner on it with the nonprofit 275 Food Project in its new farm-to-fork restaurant in Soulsville. (Rendering courtesy of brg3s Architects)

A panel of chefs and other food professionals will select the first Ground Up Chef-in-Residence in mid-July.

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Elle Perry

Elle Perry

The Memphis native and two-time University of Memphis graduate has written for publications including The Memphis Business Journal, Memphis Flyer and High Ground News, and previously served as coordinator of The Teen Appeal.


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