Charlie Lumpkins, La Pheegan Chef, local vegan food enthusiast, recipe developer + creator of her infamous La Pheegan Jackfruit Fried Chick’n, promotes her message of love through the soulful food she creates. Springing from her roots in Event Operations, now she whips up exciting vegan creations throughout the city. Promoting her passion of all things related to the heart she enjoys every opportunity to feed your soul + inspire your senses. Follow Charlie on Instagram for announcements as to where she’ll pop-up next! @la_chef_la_pheegan
Gabrielle has been managing juice bars and vegan kitchens for six years since graduating from college with a writing degree. She most recently was a kitchen manager at Life Alive. She is an aspiring food and nature writer, and her culinary style is a spin on veganized New England comfort foods.
Scott has been cooking professionally since 2009, with notable experience at Veggie Galaxy, NU Kitchen and Life Alive. Additionally Scott offers menu consulting and personal chef services. He joined the Mobile Cooks team in January 2019 and was integral in establishing regular MC office pop-ups and special event pop-ups. When not cooking, Scott enjoys recording music and playing the guitar.
Scott is MCs Executive Pop-Up Chef and MC Kitchen’s Sous Chef
Erik Breakell is a licensed massage therapist, who just moved to the Boston area in February of 2019. Even before he committed to veganism over 2 years ago he loved the creativity, simplicity, and ethical reasoning that came with vegan cooking. New to the Boston area, Erik enjoys going to the beach and dancing at concerts and music festivals. You can book Erik for a Swedish, Deep Tissue or Thai massage at the Equinox Seaport.
Charles Christiansen was most recently the chef & owner of The Plant Deli, handcrafted vegan meats & cheeses. Before he became a vegan in early 2016, he spent his summers as a competition barbecue chef, traveling throughout New England on weekends and occasionally even winning trophies with his team. Since converting to a vegan lifestyle, he’s been dedicated to bringing the flavors & techniques of his Southern roots and his barbecue competition days into the vegan food sphere.
In addition to running all aspects of The Plant Deli, Charles worked as a volunteer assistant tour guide at Maple Farm Sanctuary, a non-profit farmed animal sanctuary in Mendon, MA. He lives in Melrose with his wife and an excessive number of cats (4, to be precise), all of whom he loves dearly.
Sabrina Vixama is a self taught recipe developer. She enjoys veganizing classic recipes and cooking ethnic dishes. Her signature vegan Haitian Patties are sold at Ripple Cafe in Dorchester and at MC Kitchen. Sabrina’s ultimate goal is to educate others on the plant-based/vegan lifestyle. She wants people to know that you don’t have to give up the foods you love. For updates from Sabrina follow her on Instagram! @DiscoverVegans