What You Don’t Know About Those That Serve You When You Eat Out *http://bit.ly/MheVOW http://htxt.it/YKNV Behind the Kitchen Door Book Trailer Behind the Kitchen Door: What Every Diner Should Know About the People Who Feed Us is a groundbreaking exploration of the political, economic, and moral implications of eating out. What’s at stake when we choose a restaurant is not only our own health or “foodie” experience, but the health and well-being of the second-largest private sector workforce—the lives of 10 million people, many immigrants, many people of color, who bring passion, tenacity, and important insight into the American dining experience. Thank You to everyone who made this project possible: Brooke Beardslee, Sam Tomaneli, Fekkak Mamdouh, Emmanuel, Shailesh, Sekou Siby, Clarence Rouse, Julio Anzures, Daniel Thorne, Marie Wiggins, Arshad Bacchus, Jose Andino, Rahul Saksena, Ashley Wiggins, Jaffia Royes, Leslie Escoba, Jonathan Stoves, JC Rui