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  • News Phoenix New Times

Big projects seem to be what animate culinary artisans who embrace the ingredients of the Sonoran Desert. The hyperlocal, desert-hearted program Chris Lenza, executive chef at the Musical Instrument Museum’s Cafe Allegro, has cultivated is truly impressive.

  • News Cornell College News Center

Executive Chef David Smigo taught 15 students from Washington Elementary for a cooking class as part of the Healthy Kids in the Bon Appétit Kitchen program.

  • News The Butler Collegian

Butler University Executive Chef Brandon Canfield led a Healthy Kids in the Bon Appétit Kitchen class for children of Atherton Union faculty and staff, as well as the Boys and Girls Club.

  • News The DePauw

John Hecko, general manager of Bon Appétit at DePauw University, discusses building culture and fostering community on campus through food.

  • News Food Management

At the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Executive Chef Chris Lenza has orchestrated a line of grab-and-go items with more color, texture and plant-based ingredients than ever before at the museum’s Café Allegro.