Yvette Zavala was very young and not yet tall enough to see on the counters when she began spending time with her grandmother in the kitchen. That’s when the seeds were planted that would lead to a life spent around food and lovingly preparing food for others.
“I’ve had a passion for cooking since my grandmother let me in the kitchen with her at age 4. It pains me that she isn’t here to see me living my dream, but I know she is proud of all the things I’ve overcome to . . .
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