Breaking bread with Entrepreneur and social activist Chef Roy Choi, the host of “Broken Bread,” which is in its second season, was a blast. In between dropping crumbs of knowledge about food insecurity and discussing his path to success, this candid chef gave us food for thought.
Now, before we get into the one on one interview with Chef Roy Choi, here’s his background: Roy Choi was born in Seoul, Korea and raised in Los Angeles, California. Roy is known as one of the architects of the modern food truck movement through Kogi BBQ by merging food and social media with community, and honoring the street food culture that laid the path before him. He is the host of the civic-minded, Emmy Award-winning series, Broken Bread, on Tastemade/KCET, which in 2020 won him a James Beard Award for “Outstanding Personality/Host” in a television series. On a global scale, Roy is co-host in the full-blown Netflix cooking series, The Chef Show, with Jon Favreau. He is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America.
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