Join us for a conversation with Ederique Goudia, the Detroit-based chef and entrepreneur. Ederique Goudia is the co-owner and Executive Chef of Gabriel Hall, a restaurant and music venue dedicated to celebrating the food, music, and culture of New Orleans, in the West Village community of Detroit. She also co-founded In the Business of Food, a consulting agency for women and POC-led food businesses. Ederique’s commitment to a more fair, sustainable, and equitable food economy was the cornerstone for her launching Taste the Diaspora Detroit, a celebration of the contributions of African Americans to American cuisine. She also serves as Lead Chef for Make Food Not Waste Upcycling Kitchen, and on the Detroit Food Academy team, where she teaches Detroit youth about culinary entrepreneurship. Most recently, Ederique was one of 20 women selected for the James Beard Foundation's 2020 Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership Fellowship, and is part of the inaugural class of the Detroit Free Press 2021 Food Fighters for her work in aiding those in our community through the pandemic.

Ederique Goudia, co-owner and Executive Chef of Gabriel Hall

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