A Bit About Robbie

Robbie Madfis – justrecipes.org

Robbie started his career working in startups and focused on issues relating to environmental sustainability, before transitioning to food and restaurants. His first foray in a professional kitchen was at El Buda Profano, a top ranked vegan Japanese restaurant in Peru. After returning to the states, he joined PAGU as a server/bartender and worked with chef-owner, Tracy Chang, on PAGU’s events marketing. During this time, Robbie also worked as a Baker at Mariposa Bakery, with a focus on bread baking. In his free time, Robbie runs Justrecipes.org, a recipe blog that focuses on plant-based recipes and organizes plant-based pop-up events focused on sustainable ingredients.

A Bit About Gabrielle

Gabrielle Doucette-Boisse
Gabrielle Doucette-Boisse


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.

A bit about Steve

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Steve Instasi


“I have worked in the food industry for 10+ years as a dishwasher, line cook, prep cook and shift lead. I currently work at Life Alive Cambridge as a kitchen supervisor where I am able to explore mostly raw cooking using fresh, organic and often locally sourced produce.”







Counter Culture 4/7

Sunday 4/7 was a great day for a Mobile Cooks Pop-Up at Counter Culture in Somerville. Chelsea Kantor and Scott Rawdon collaborated on a delicious brunch menu of:

Loaded potato and brussel sprout hash

Tofu “heuvos” rancheros

Avocado Toast with Spring peas and cherry tomatoes

Three flavors of Rugelach: apricot, Mexican chocolate, and Koko

Special thanks to our hosts Counter Culture Coffee

Beautiful photos from Veggie Kayla

A bit about Chelsea and Carolyn

fullsizeoutput_2867Chelsea Kantor and Carolyn Brunis Luc are the women behind @ChelseasChomps. They’re working to bring some new exciting flavors rooted in rich cultural traditions (Jewish and Haitian) to the Boston vegan food scene.