Executive Chef Greg Lowry and Sous Chef Matt Lovelace from Phillips 66 in Houston were honored to be among a handful of acclaimed chefs invited to participate in the Heritage Fire Snowmass in Aspen, CO.
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Heritage Pigs Hog the Spotlight Norcal Farm to Fork Visit
A group of Northern California Bon Appétiters were in hog heaven when they toured Loveland Farms in Petaluma, CA, and learned about their 600 gestation crate-free, pasture-raised pigs.
Since starting her fellowship with Bon Appétit, Fellow Caroline Ferguson has become more aware of animal agriculture’s impact on the environment. She speaks on choosing a semi-vegetarian or “flexitarian” diet, highlighting the Meatless Monday movement.
Bon Appétit Tastes the Impossible… First!
Following a test run at Public House, we’ve rolled out the Impossible Burger at a corporate café in South San Francisco with another on the way — officially becoming the first food service company in the country to offer this much-buzzed-about bleeding, plant-based burger!
Why You Might Be a Vegetarian in 10 years
I am not a vegetarian, but in 10 years I might be. If you aren’t already, you might be, too.
Bon Appétiters Visit Slaughterhouse that Saved the Bay Area’s Local Meat Industry
David Evans of Marin Sun Farms shows a Bon Appétit team from headquarters around the Petaluma, CA, slaughterhouse he saved from closing.
Johns Hopkins Students Visit Roseda Farm
A farm visit offers firsthand knowledge of how supporting a sustainable food system means being more than just willing to pay a higher price.
‘American Meat’ to Screen at Stanford, Followed by Discussion
We’re pleased to be sponsoring the 10-state screening tour of American Meat, a new documentary that takes an evenhanded look at both the industrial and the pastoral sides of the U.S. meat system. This Thursday, February 5, at 6pm, Stanford University will show American Meat followed by a panel discussion, moderated by Graham, that includes Maisie Greenawalt, Vice President of Strategy for Bon Appétit Management Company
Pure Country Pork: Farm to Fork Partner and Role Model for the Industry
I knew I had to visit Pure Country Pork after learning it was the first sustainable hog operation in the United States to be certified by Food Alliance under its stricter guidelines of no farrowing crates or gestation stalls. Plus, since Bon Appétit committed last year to phasing out all pork raised using gestation crates by 2015, I knew I needed to talk to some experts to better understand the significance of this commitment.
Regis University Goes Whole Hog
One mark of a chef is knowing what to do when a whole pig is delivered to your kitchen. After breaking everything down into primals, the chefs at Regis University in Denver, CO, decided to try their hands at making house cured ham from the leg and bacon from the belly.