Chef Cliff Rome Offers Training To Help Restaurant Workers Adjust To Post-COVID Era

Virus Outbreak Latin America Restaurants
In this June 13, 2020 photo, workers prepare takeout orders at chef Leonor Espinosa's Leo restaurant, in Bogota, Colombia. Espinosa created a take-away brand "My house in Your house," that delivers family-sized dishes inspired by Asian flavors to Colombian homes as a way to adapt to the new economic realities of the new coronavirus pandemic. Fernando Vergara / AP Photo
Virus Outbreak Latin America Restaurants
In this June 13, 2020 photo, workers prepare takeout orders at chef Leonor Espinosa's Leo restaurant, in Bogota, Colombia. Espinosa created a take-away brand "My house in Your house," that delivers family-sized dishes inspired by Asian flavors to Colombian homes as a way to adapt to the new economic realities of the new coronavirus pandemic. Fernando Vergara / AP Photo

Chef Cliff Rome Offers Training To Help Restaurant Workers Adjust To Post-COVID Era

Reset talks to Chicago chef and entrepreneur Cliff Rome about his new training program for restaurant workers. Rome says he wants to help residents in Black and brown communities get ready for new COVID-conscious eatery jobs.

GUEST: Cliff Rome, owner of Peach’s Restaurant; founder of Rome In A Day Productions