Penn Controller Bobby Vermette is part of a small army of nonculinary people who are just as important as Bon Appétit’s chefs in making “food service for a sustainable future” possible
Don’t Be Afraid to Dork Out: Secrets of Best Campus Food from Bon Appétit’s Executive Chef at St. Olaf (No. 4)
Matthew Fogarty, Bon Appétit’s executive chef at St. Olaf, talks about helping to cook up some of America’s Best Campus Food.
Chef José Andrés and his nonprofit World Central Kitchen marshaled an army of chefs, volunteers, and food donations from all over Puerto Rico and the world. Together they made almost 2 million meals for victims of Hurricane Maria.
“‘If you don’t have nothing else, you will have your job,’ so I grabbed my work pants, two shirts, my Bible, and my back scratcher, out of all things!”
Through it all, Bon Appétit teams did what they could to take care of each other while finding a way to serve meals to hundreds — sometimes thousands — of guests.
Creating vegan baked goods that are as light, fluffy, and flaky as the buttery and eggy originals has always been a bit of a challenge, but help is here in a very surprising form — chickpea water.
David Evans of Marin Sun Farms shows a Bon Appétit team from headquarters around the Petaluma, CA, slaughterhouse he saved from closing.
Cooking and serving a multicourse dinner for a couple hundred people in a space without a kitchen is quite a challenge. How about if those hundreds of people include the CEO of your company and most of the fooderati of Portland, OR, who’ve paid top dollar as part of a fundraiser for the James Beard […]