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Vegan on Rocco’s Dinner Party

Vegan chef Ayinde Howell competes on tomorrow's episode of Rocco’s Dinner Party.

Vegan chef Ayinde Howell, former executive chef of Jivamukti Yoga School and the brains behind Wildflower, New York City’s first vegan pop-up restaurant, will be competing against two other chefs in Wednesday's episode of Rocco’s Dinner Party. The Bravo show follows three different chefs each week as they battle to impress Rocco DiSpirito and a group of celebrity dinner guests with both food and a themed décor, and the winner walks away with $20,000. In tomorrow's episode, Howell will make Texas barbecue-rubbed seitan with sautéed mustard greens and home-fried potatoes.

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