Executive Chef Michael Ponzio and the culinary team at the Union League Club of Chicago came up with creative ways to minimize waste leading up to the club’s COVID-19 closure.
Executive Chef Eduardo Castillo offers a behind-the-scenes look at how San Antonio Country Club is navigating its culinary program as part of its coronavirus response.
After she staged in Provence, Carolyn King, Executive Chef of Edgartown Yacht Club, brought back a recipe she learned abroad, to share the culinary experience with members.
The Polo Club of Boca Raton is positioning itself to add unparalleled value by creating a culture of culinary excellence, spearheaded by Director of Culinary, Ed Leonard, CMC.
Hamilton Harbor YC’s Pastry Chef creates whimsical desserts that incorporate many technical components.
After three educational days geared toward club and resort chefs, the 2020 Chef to Chef Conference culminated with the 2021 Chef to Chef location announcement.
Michael Ponzio is bringing many of the values he has come to be known for to his new as Executive Chef of the Union League Club of Chicago.
For Keith Coughenour, CEC, AAC, Executive Chef of the Duquesne Club, the best dishes start with the best ingredients.
For Augusta CC’s Executive Chef Marvin Herrera, a dish’s success, no matter if it’s sweet or savory, hinges on balanced flavors and proper technique.
Orangeburg Country Club’s Executive Chef Peter Spear and Sous Chef Garret Bailey will represent South Carolina and the club in the 2020 National Seafood Cook-off.
As Director of Culinary Operations at Myers Park Country Club, Scott Craig strives to showcase the quality of an ingredient with minimal manipulation.
As Executive Chef and Director of F&B at the Country Club of Detroit, Brian Beland, CMC, stresses the importance of doing simple dishes flawlessly.
Richard Jallet, Executive Chef of Baltimore Country Club, enjoys using local and unique ingredients to make delicious dishes for members and guests.
Every year, Vincent Horville, Executive Chef of The Metropolitan Club of the City of Washington (D.C.), features this fire-roasted salmon and red curried sweet potato soup as a tribute to his friend and former White House Chef, Walter Scheib, who died in 2015.
How Executive Chef Michael Weisshaupt and the team at Fiddler’s Elbow have reinvented dining and doubled revenues to over $8 million.