When Lilian Ryland and her fellow FIN chefs saw neighbors in need of healthy food at the start of the pandemic, they got to work. Since March, they have shared their time and talents to prepare more than 8,000 delicious meals for isolated seniors and families.
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Start new traditions with FIN food businesses this season—and get your orders in soon! Specials include Swahili biryani, Cambodian meat platters, Kenyan samosas, Argentinian dulce de leche cupcakes, and Ethiopian-style baklava.
Liyu opened WUHA to offer a unique blend of Ethiopian and American foods, served more quickly than a typical Ethiopian restaurant meal. We spoke with Liyu about her Spice Bridge menu, the meaning of “WUHA,” and her big plans for the business. Read our Q&A to learn more about this dynamic entrepreneur!
Nasrin Noori opened Jazze’s to share healthy Afghan fusion food prepared with organic, locally grown ingredients.
At Wengay’s Kitchen, Krizia showcases traditional Filipino cuisine. She strives for authenticity, incorporating different regions of the Philippines and using long-established cooking techniques and traditional ingredients.
Spice Bridge and our vendors have been getting a lot of good buzz in the media! Check out our roundup of recent stories.
What does South King County’s diversity taste like? Immigrant and refugee chefs are now answering that question at Spice Bridge, the newly opened food hall and commercial kitchen in Tukwila.
We’re excited to introduce you to the food vendors that will offer cuisines from around the world at Spice Bridge, our new food hall opening on Sept. 8. You may already be familiar with Taste of Congo owner Caroline Musitu, who joined our Food Business Incubator in 2018.
We’re excited to introduce you to the businesses that will sell cuisines from around the world at Spice Bridge, our new food hall opening in September! Today we’d like for you to meet the Moyo Kitchen owners Mwana Moyo and Batulo Nuh, who create a unique combination of East African food inspired by Zanzibar, the world’s spice capital.
Seatango owners Monica Di Bartolomeo and Ariel Firpo offer authentic Argentinian savory dishes and sweets inspired by their upbringing in Buenos Aires, where they woke each morning to pleasant smells wafting in from local bakeries.