This Catering Company Hires Refugee Chefs

Eat Offbeat officially launched in November 2015. Already, 
it has served more than 15,000 meals to companies 
and universities, families and nonprofits, to groups of 10 to 
700 people. One of the reasons for the success, says Manal, 
is that “people want to help.” She notes, with a faint smile, “Some people find us by Googling ‘How to help refugees in New York.’” They come back, however, for the food. “We always emphasize,” she says, “that our cooks are refugees by status but chefs by nature.” View Article