Sumary of Beloved Indianapolis Chef Oya Woodruff On Following No One’s Rules But Her Own:
- Chef Oya Woodruff of The Trap Tony Valainis Photography Since opening The Trap in Indianapolis’ Eastside in 2017, Chef Oya Woodruff has established herself not just as one of the city’s most exciting chefs – but a tireless champion for social justice, too.
- ” From the location of her walk-up joint serving seafood trays smothered in her irresistible Trap Buttah to the amount of food she regularly gives to those in need, one thing is clear: Chef Oya’s way is the right way.
- Ahead, she shares why she made seafood the specialty of The Trap, her commitment to serving the hungry, and what first-timers should order.
- Woodruff: I got the inspiration from garlic crab trays, which are popular in Jacksonsville, Florida.
- Also, no one else was doing boil-style trays in Indianapolis.
- I started making seafood trays at home, promoting them on Facebook, and selling them from my front porch.