Chefs Stand Up: Devonn Francis & Charlie Monique Anderle
A dinner series to benefit the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, DEVONN FRANCIS & CHARLIE MONIQUE ANDERLE: Chefs - Yardy (NYC)
DeVonn Francis is the chef and founder of Yardy, a food-focused events company based in New York. Inspired by Francis’ Jamaican heritage, Yardy events use Caribbean and coastal food as a medium for dialogue around identity, celebration and sovereignty.
Charlie Monique Anderle is the Co-Chef and Kitchen Manager of Yardy. Anderle roots their culinary values in a diaspora of intertwining chosen and blood families between Martinique, California, and New York. Outside of the kitchen, Anderle is also a doula providing emotional and physical support, advocacy, and nourishment to families with limited access to birth services.
DeVonn Francis Menu
- conch and octopus salad
- hominy, mohama, coconut broth
- fish in a blanket
- goat belly run down
- herb shaved iced, yogurt, green papaya
$95 per person - includes food, drinks, tax, and gratuity. Please note, tickets are non-refundable. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project.