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Chef Big Shake brings his tastes to your table

Shawn Davis listened to his daughter and wound up on national television. At age 10, she decided to stop eating meat, so her chef father created a hamburger made from shrimp.
 Davis, who goes by Chef Big Shake,  soon realized that there was a  market for his succulent shrimp burgers. Today, CBS Foods manufactures the burger in four flavors: Original, Jalapeno, Cajun, and Teriyaki. Their core products include Lobster Sliders, Lobster Pot Pies and Lobster Mac and Cheese.

A national audience learned about his creations on the television show Shark Tank, when he presented the business plan to the program's investors.
During National Black Business Month, there are a growing number of African-Americans moving beyond just working or even owning restaurants and catering businesses to manufacturing.  On Thursday, Aug. 4, we suggest purchasing the products of black food manufacturers like Chef Big Shake.
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