I'll Have What She's Having
by Women Who Know How to Stir the Pot
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Gwendolyn Knapp, Houston Press

This Week in Harvey Relief: The "I'll Have What She's Having" Pop-Up Heats Up This Fall

"I’ll Have What She’s Having, an all-female organization of chefs, restaurateurs, hospitality professionals and physicians bringing awareness (and funds) to women's health issues after Harvey via a series of monthly pop-ups, has raised more than $5,000 and a wealth of feminine hygiene products for women in Greater Northeast Houston affected by Harvey, along with even more funds for the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund Program at Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast."


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Amy McCarthy, Eater Houston

A Group of Houston’s Best Chefs Plot Pop-Ups To Raise Money For Planned Parenthood

"A consortium of Houston chefs and hospitality professionals have joined forces to raise money and awareness of women’s health issues in support of Planned Parenthood and reproductive justice.

More than 20 of the city’s most prominent chefs, restaurateurs, and industry professionals have formed I’ll Have What She’s Having, including founder Monica Pope, Pondicheri’s Anita Jaisinghani, Karen Man (formerly of Oxheart) and pastry chef Victoria Dearmond. Throughout the coming months, the group will host a series of pop-up dinners and a gala that will raise funds for Planned Parenthood."


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Kate McLean, Houstonia Magazine

A New Pop-Up Series Highlights Women’s Health

"We’d need the length of a rap album to list all the industry ladies you have and have not heard of that are participating in I ’ll Have What She’s Having, the newly minted Houston organization of women chefs, hospitality professionals, entrepreneurs, physicians, scientists and artists."

But what you need to know is that it kicks off its dinner pop-up series, A Taste of Things to Come, today at Coltivare at 6:30 p.m. The goal is to raise community awareness and funds in support of women’s health. The goal for this year? $1 million. The goal for years to come? Getting back the funding for our healthcare. "