A new Logo documentary highlights female chefs shattering the glass ceiling in the culinary industry.
Traditionally, the word “chef,” while not-gendered, does not necessarily bring to mind the image of a female cook. In Hungry, the latest documentary by Emmy Award-winning Logo Documentary Films, three ambitious and successful female chefs and culinary rock stars, Chef Pink Delongpre (Bacon & Brine; Solvang, CA), Chef Sarah Kirnon (Miss Ollie’s; Oakland, CA) and Chef Dakota Weiss (Estrella and Sweetfin Poke; Los Angeles, CA), share the challenges of running some of the top kitchens in the country.
These talented and vibrant chefs shatter the glass ceiling in the food industry as they risk it all to achieve their culinary and business dreams.
With female chefs still earning 28% less than their male counterparts, Hungry looks at the challenges – and the rewards – faced by women restaurateurs through their own stories and unique cuisines.
Hungry will have its world premiere on Saturday, November 17 on Logo.
To view a trailer for the film, click HERE.