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.
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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 on Sept. 1! First up is Afella Jollof Catering, a Senegambian food business run by sisters Adama Jammeh and Oumie Sallah.
We’ll open the doors to Spice Bridge on Sept. 1, and you’re invited to come by for takeout and outdoor dining. Find out which businesses will offer delicious foods from around the globe!
The kitchen at Spice Bridge will open soon, and we need your help to equip it with essentials like prep tables, pots, and pans.
We’re delighted to introduce you to Faizah Shukru, who recently joined our team to coordinate Tukwila Village Farmers Market and other FIN events! Faizah has lived in Tukwila for more than a decade, and brings experience serving community both as a volunteer and as a professional social worker.
FIN entrepreneurs are contributing their time and skills to make tasty, healthy meals for seniors and families during the COVID-19 emergency.
Our new team member will coordinate our Tukwila Village Farmers Market and farm stand at the Matt Griffin YMCA, and also support community partnership, events, and other FIN activities.
The new year is bringing a bittersweet transition to FIN’s steering committee. Gladis Clemente, a Community Food Advocate of more than three years and our most recent steering committee co-chair, is stepping back from her formal roles with FIN. Gladis has been an enthusiastic leader and vocal advocate, and we’re thankful for all of her contributions to our community. This transition will create an opportunity for Community Food Advocate Ehler Win to step into the co-chair position.
At Keerai Farm in Enumclaw, Victor Anagli and Deepa Iyer connect with their cultural traditions and create a welcoming place for BIPOC families to experience farm life.
Nurse Laura Vogel believes that eating fresh foods can help prevent disease. She’s working to spread the word, and also to share her homegrown produce with her Tukwila neighbors.