Local chefs put dignity on the menu

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In this hour, Mary talks with MARIANA CHILTON, founding director of the Center for Hunger-Free Communities of Drexel University’s Dornsife School of Public Health, about poverty, hunger and food insecurity. Also joining the conversation are local chefs who focus on putting dignity on their menus.  DONNELL JONES-CRAVEN, culinary director/executive chef of the EAT CAFE, and ALTENOR VAVAL, director of Face-to-Face Germantown, discuss choosing healthy ingredients, incorporating cultural traditions and serving thousands of meals each year.

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