Up In The Air

When Deborah VanTrece and her fellow flight attendants were on strike, she decided to go to culinary school. For 20 years, Deborah worked on flights and in food before making the full-time leap into the chef world. Today, Deborah has her own place, Twisted Soul Cookhouse & Pours in Atlanta, where she serves up her global soul food to a happy, diverse clientele. Deborah’s patience and dedication are starting to pay off, as everyone from The New York Times to Guy Fieri has their eyes on her. Why now? “I think it’s just time for us females to shine,” she says modestly. Grab your sunglasses and tune in!

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Artwork by Nancy Pappas

Artwork by Nancy Pappas

What does the Future of Food mean to you?

The Cherry Bombe team toured America last year to ask women in the food space this very question.

Check out this new Radio Cherry Bombe Miniseries to hear from members of the Bombesquad across the country about what they think the future has in store for them, the food world, and the planet.

We hope the Future of Food inspires you to think about your future.

Thanks to Kerrygold for sponsoring our tour!

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