People are still soliciting chefs to cater private parties, putting them in harm's way and endangering the community.
It’s illegal to allow dogs inside restaurants in Seattle, but there are a few spots that blatantly flaunt the rules, making it known they are…many beans as you can find before the other hoarders get them . It is not the time to buy your way around shelter-in-place orders or even just the humanitarian guidance to stay away from other people. Every case of COVID-19 pushes hospitals further to the edge of collapse and endangers more of our health care workers. You’re not being asked to go hungry in a foxhole; all you need to do is to prepare and eat your meals with only your immediate family unit. Under normal circumstances, Rivera, who specializes in creative experiences like his interactive “Oregon Trail” dinners, and a 20-course journey through Washington’s history called Silva, happily does house calls. But right now, he’s running a take-out and delivery service selling bowls, meal kits, and pantry items. His restaurant is one of the few that not only hasn’t struggled, but has added staff. Still, his response to the request to cook for a party had to do less with business and more with life. “No. This is totally irresponsible,” he replied. The customer admitted he was right, but that wasn’t the point, he says. “I hate that people consistently treat us like the help.” Beyond the question of if they should be having the party (they shouldn’t), by dangling a job in front of a chef at a time when such things are increasingly scarce, it puts chefs in a position to choose between their livelihoods and possibly their lives—and the lives of others. “I'm a small business,” said Rivera. “If I get sick, my entire business is fucked over your special night.” Rivera’s clients aren’t the only people in the food world trying to find a way around the rules. Also over the weekend, Read more: Food & Wine
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