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Barbecue Eatery Serves More Than Food, Gives Troubled Youth Chance at Success

Barbecue Eatery Serves More Than Food, Gives Troubled Youth Chance at Success

A Washington, D.C. barbecue joint provides more than food on its menu. It intends to rescue troubled young people, educate them about the food trade, and give them a shot at success.

Chef Furard Tate cooks for Inspire BBQ, as well as trains youth who must learn a slow, consistent process. As he puts it, “Work is the only way to get out of poverty.”

via D.C. Barbecue Joint Serves Food For Soul And Mind | NPR News



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