Lars Hinnerskov Eriksen



Matt Orlando



Niklas Ekstedt



Suzanne Barr



Tatiana Levha



Nobody Puts Baby In The Kitchen

For chefs, having a restaurant is akin to having a child. But how do you balance the love of that “child” when you become the parent to a living and breathing human.

Guided by Munchies DK Editor in Chief Lars Hinnerskov Eriksen, chefs Suzanne Barr, Niklas Ekstedt,Tatiana Levha, and Matt Orlando break down the surprises, benefits and the challenges of parenthood in the kitchen. Calling out for the support from the industry, the panel shares stories on how they’ve adapted their lifestyle and restaurant practices to better accommodate for future parents.

 

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