Jennifer Hudson is giving back to an inspiring family who own the first licensed at-home restaurant in Riverside, California.
On Friday’s episode of “The Jennifer Hudson Show,” JHud interviewed Kimi Sanghu and her two children, Priya and Manu, who own and operate Cali Tardka where they cook Punjabi-style Indian food from their home.
Before opening their business four years ago, the Sanghu family was on the verge of homelessness until Manu suggested to his mom that she start selling her homemade samosas.
Shef is helping thousands of talented local cooks across the country — many of whom are moms and immigrants just like Kimi — by giving them a way to earn a meaningful income. Cooks on Shef prepare small-batch, high-quality dishes that are made with love and delivered to your door. Shef is great for busy individuals and families who still want to eat healthy, homemade food, while supporting their local communities at the same time.