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"The Best Los Angeles cookbooks of 2018"- This.. cookbook is anything but conventional―but then again, the culinary come-up of Malachi Jenkins and Roberto Smith was anything but conventional. Part recipe collection and part autobiography, the Trap Kitchen book details the duo’s rise from gang life to cooking for the likes of Snoop and Kendrick Lamar. They also make food fun. Hands-down, it’s the most enjoyable read on this list. – Time Out
"Jenkins and Smith, who once belonged to rival L.A. gangs, became friends and started a catering business marketed solely on Instagram. Media outlets took notice, as did Snoop Dogg and Martha Stewart, paving the way for their debut cookbook" – Publishers Weekly
"Two gang members from rival hoods have joined forces to prove that trapping can be a legitimate come up." - Huffington Post
"With more than 284,000 followers on Instagram, Trap Kitchen is a true Los Angeles success story….The media eventually got a whiff of the venture and business immediately exploded. Jenkins has since catered for the likes of Snoop Dog and Tyrese" ― even Martha Stewart." – LA Weekly
"Some of the most successful business models spring out of creating new from the ordinary. For the creators of the Trap Kitchen, that’s exactly what they did. By creating a full-service, underground catering business, two Compton, California-based young men have experienced the power of social media, scrappy business and good food."..."Their success quickly moved beyond the streets of Compton, gaining attention and creating customers out of notable celebrities like Tyga, The Game, Kendrick Lamar and more, who now turn to the Trap Kitchen to cater their parties". - Forbes
"Soon, people started placing orders and slowly, their catering business Trap Kitchen LA was birthed." - Vibe
"...dishes are as diverse as his 236,000 Instagram followers." - Vice--This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
Malachi Jenkins and Roberto Smith are childhood friends from neighboring rival gangs, brought together by their two passions: food and girls. Today they are the cofounders and owners of Trap Kitchen LA. The underground culinary experience was completely fueled off Instagram. Their colorful past has made them media darlings, having appeared on the Today show, Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party, VICE, Fox 11 News, and BET.
Malachi Jenkins and Roberto Smith are childhood friends from neighboring rival gangs, brought together by their two passions: food and girls. Today they are the co-founders and owners of Trap Kitchen LA. The underground culinary experience was completely fueled off Instagram. Their colorful past has made them media darlings, having appeared on the Today show, Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party, VICE, the Huffington Post, Fox 11 News, and BET.
Marisa Mendez is a media personality and journalist who has built her reputation around all things digital, working for some of the biggest names in entertainment and hip-hop. The New Jersey native is most recognized for her work as the cohost of Joe Budden's I'll Name This Podcast Later and as a writer on Funkmaster Flex's blog, In Flex We Trust. After leaving Joe's podcast, Marisa launched her own, Marisa Explains It All, which hit number one on iTunes' Music Podcasts chart after just two episodes.
L. Steven Taylor is a New York actor who has played on Broadway as both Mufasa and Scar in Disney's The Lion King. In addition to being very active in the commercial and voice-over world, working for such names as McDonalds, Bounty, Burger King, and Nickelodeon, he is also an avid spoken-word artist--penning his own spoken-word series: Perspective. He can also be seen on television in Madam Secretary, Elementary, Person of Interest, and The Electric Company.--This text refers to the audioCD edition.
- File Size : 121491 KB
- Publication Date : December 5, 2017
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 111 pages
- Publisher : Kingston Imperial (December 5, 2017)
- ASIN : B075ZZ77RR
- Language: : English
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 0997146265
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Not Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #686,796 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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