And as its frequent appearance on Best Campus Food lists attests, food is among the areas in which Brown has always shone. But it decided to up the ante even further as it recently welcomed Bon Appétit as its new food service partner.
Throughout the winter, kids in our community visited the Garden at AT&T Park to tend to the plants, cook healthy meals, and learn about where real food comes from. Now that spring has returned and baseball season is underway, we’re thrilled to have fans back in the Garden to cheer on our San Francisco Giants. […]
Meet the estimable wry Twila Genevieve Sylvia, who for 18 years has provided an ear to the University of Portland students in need of a sympathetic one.
See how Bon Appétit’s people are truly our “secret sauce.”
Kids from the Boys & Girls Club’s Mission Clubhouse recently visited the Garden at AT&T Park for a special afternoon of culinary fun alongside award-winning chef Traci Des Jardins.
Bon Appétit’s registered dietitians hit the road with culinary educator and cookbook author Raghavan Iyer to train our chefs in healthy cooking techniques and stealth nutrition.
Introducing the many people involved in the fresh, delicious food at the Garden at AT&T Park — from planting and picking to chopping and cooking it!
The wants, needs, and desires of college students are always evolving — trying to avoid the freshman fifteen, needing a late-night snack to power through finals week, or craving some biscuits and gravy on the weekend. If you’re lucky, you have a chef like Christopher Smith on your campus.