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Explore Plant-Based Recipes from the Food Heaven Dietitians
4 Plant-Based Recipes to Try This Month
Bon Appétit Celebrates Black History Month with Dietitians Jessica Jones and Wendy Lopez
Get to know the Food Heaven Made Easy Dietitians
Fedele Bauccio Honored by Italian President and Consul General
Bon Appétit Management Company Chief Executive Officer and cofounder, Fedele Bauccio, has been honored with the title of “Ufficiale dell’Ordine della Stella d’Italia” (Officer of the Order of the Star of Italy). The designation is conferred by the President of Italy and Minister of Foreign Affairs to individuals who have greatly contributed to the promotion of friendly relationships and cooperation between Italy and other countries.
Lunar New Year Recipes from Chef Jet Tila
Watch a virtual cooking demo hosted by Jet Tila and explore numerous regional recipes.
Profiling Jet Tila: Our Partner During Lunar Year 2023
Jet Tila explores his heritage and stresses the importance of Lunar New Year to furthering his interest in cooking.
The Bon Appétit at Whitman Team Gets Funky During Mushroom Demonstration
On a recent visit to Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, I partnered with Executive Chef Jon Sodini and Whitman’s Mycology Club to hold a mushroom-focused cooking demonstration.
Visiting Horse Listeners Orchard: An Exploration of a Thriving Partnership
Horse Listeners Orchard has been a long-time Farm to Fork partner of Bon Appétit-served colleges and universities in the northeast region from Connecticut to Massachusetts. Beyond cultivating 23 varieties of apples, and vegetables too, they partner with neighboring growers to aggregate produce — enabling them to source a yearlong supply of crushed tomatoes for our chefs — and deliver it all themselves.
Uncovering the Mollusk Mystery: Touring Roger Williams University’s Shellfish Program
On the edge of Roger Williams University’s campus and steps from Rhode Island’s Mt. Hope Bay, faculty, staff, and students are performing cutting-edge research on some truly amazing creatures.
Cultivating Climate Solutions at the Knox College Farm
Cucumber vines climbed 10 feet high to the top of the hoop house, leafy ginger plants intermingled with milkweed, calendula, and kale, and sunflowers towered over Fellow Elise Kulers during her visit to the Knox College Farm in Galesburg, Illinois.