Tamales. Ceviche. Cakes. Dumplings. Bread. Pastries.
Southern California is filled with talented home chefs who are making — and selling — their favorite foods. Now, the state is considering a bill that would regulate the sale of food prepared in small-scale, home kitchens. The proposal would legalize these under-the-table businesses.
Are you currently operating a home food business? Have you ever made food at home and sold it without a permit? Have you ever helped a family member or friend with a business like this? How would a law like this affect you? We want to hear from you!
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