Nonprofit cafe benefits from pro chef’s experience

Nonprofit cafe benefits from pro chef’s experience

PORTLAND ORE. —After raising money, scrubbing floors, painting, scavenging for furniture and haggling over prices for equipment, a remodeled nonprofit cafe in the north Portland neighborhood of Kenton was almost ready for re-opening. It just needed a menu.

Volunteer Antjuan Tolbert, a 27-year-old entrepreneur who spearheaded the renovation of a sleepy coffee shop into a neighborhood restaurant, said he was cracking

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