ldquoMainly itrsquos about healingrdquo Boyle says of his 18month foodservice training program

“Mainly, it’s about healing,” Boyle says of his 18-month foodservice training program.

L.A. priest captures James Beard Humanitarian of the Year honors

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The spotlight was on the best and brightest in foodservice at the James Beard Foundation Awards on Monday. Among them was a Los Angeles Jesuit priest who sees food as a pathway to healing for those involved in gangs.

The 2016 James Beard Humanitarian of the Year award was given to Father Greg Boyle, founder of Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, a 26-year-old organization that now runs a multifaceted business that includes cafes and a catering operation, grocery products sold in area

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