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Soulgood Food Truck Launches Program to Feed Homeless Children
Cynthia Nevels on the Harry Connick Jr Show Today and Shares Why She Started Soulgood
Posted by Soulgood on Monday, March 27, 2017
Dallas Independent School District reports there are over 4,000 homeless children in their schools. Soulgood believes healthy food can help put a smile on a hungry child’s face. Soulgood Food Truck will launch its new Gifts to Tyler Feed the Children initiative on the birthday of its co-founder, Tyler Nelson, on May 19, 2017 in Dallas, Texas. Soulgood is raising $9,000 to feed over 800 children across Dallas/Fort Worth in 2017. Soulgood is looking for volunteers to prep and serve food, donate gifts and cash to support the social impact program.
Soulgood’s Chef Cynthia Featured on Harry Connick Jr.s Emmy Nominated Daytime Television Show – Harry
Monday, March 27 on #HarryTV, Harry meets Cynthia Nevels, founder of Soulgood from Dallas, TX. She is a mother on a mission to help families eat healthier and live better by putting 3 words together, vegan fast food. Watch episode here to learn why this mother launched a vegan and vegetarian fast food company.
Small businesses are big business for this alumna
A passion for creating and expanding small companies launched a successful career for Cynthia Nevels (BA ’96, ’10), who shares her business acumen with aspiring entrepreneurs globally.
Nevels is founder and senior partner of Integrality LLC, established in 2000 as a management consulting firm specializing in the design and delivery of solutions to business needs.
Imagine, to save your child’s life, you are forced to uproot your family to a new city without a plan or means of income. Chef Cynthia Nevels, owner and founder of Soulgood, an organic vegetarian and vegan fast food kitchen, has mastered the art of turning lemons into lemonade. Born with Cystic Fibrosis, Cynthia’s then 16 year old son Tyler was added to the UNOS organ transplant list in 2010. In an effort to prolong Tyler’s life while waiting for life-saving organs, Cynthia began preparing plant-based meals comprised of organic and local produce. The demand for her delicious vegetarian and vegan dishes extended beyond her family to friends and the healthcare professionals who were caring for Tyler.
The food hall trend cannot get to Fort Worth soon enough.
Until it does, we can make do with the Dallas Farmers Market on the edge of downtown Dallas, where a building known as The Market opened in December with communal seating and a lineup of small, locally owned restaurants, all with counter service.
You can make a meal of items from several different places, and everyone in your party can eat a different cuisine. It’s like a food court, come to think of it, with less junky food and no mall stores in sight.
On our first visit, we stopped first at The Shed, across the street. The Shed houses the traditional farmers market, with stalls full of produce and a few prepared foods. We enjoyed meeting chef Cynthia Nevels of Soulgood (#eatsoulgood), who was dishing up loaded vegetarian hot dogs, including the Vin Diesel chili dog. She rotates selections, and expects to have veggie burgers this weekend.
Dallas Farmers Market reels in restaurant concept like no other
The Dallas Farmers Market is welcoming an unprecedented slate of new restaurants large and small, and joining that parade is Soulgood, a small restaurant serving “vegan fast food” that opens inside Shed No. 2 this spring.
Owner Cynthia Nevels has a vision: a restaurant that serves a healthy, vegan version of fast food. Her menu includes burgers, hot dogs, street tacos, pancakes, oatmeal and cupcakes, and she thought the farmers market was the place to be.
Dallas Farmers Market gets vegan fast food
It’s a good time to be vegan in Dallas-Fort Worth. In only about 10 days, we’ve gotten a surprising amount of news about vegan delights coming to the D-FW area.
Vegan Fast Food is Joining the Dallas Farmers Market Lineup
Here’s something else to anticipate ahead of the relaunch of the Dallas Farmers Market’s revamped Shed No. 2 (now referred to as The Market): vegan fast food. CultureMap’s Teresa Gubbins reports that Soulgood will serve “burgers, hot dogs, street tacos, pancakes, oatmeal and cupcakes” that owner Cynthia Nevels says are not only free of animal products but also GMOs and pesticides. Look for Soulgood to debut May 2, says CultureMap.
The rain won’t stop Soulgood Vegetarian to Go. We will popup this Saturday, November 22, 2014 at South Side on Lamar at the Agora Marketplace in the Artists Square at 1409 S. Lamar Street Dallas, Texas 75215 from 10:00am – 6:00pm. As an added bonus, click here and place your order online, 24 hours in advance, and you pick up your order hot and fresh this Saturday.
Soulgood Vegetarian to Go announces new location at the Dallas Farmers Market starting Halloween weekend. Fans can find their favorite menu items every Thursday thru Saturday in Downtown Dallas in the newly renovated Shed 2 on Pearl Street. Come out to help us celebrate on Thursday at Market after Dark at 6:00PM and enter a drawing for a chance to win cool prizes.
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