The Sixth Annual Southeastern United Grape and Wine Symposium hosted by Surry Community College on November 8 at the Shelton-Badgett North Carolina Center for Viticulture and Enology on the college’s Dobson campus will include a bevy of leaders within the grape growing, winemaking, and wine marketing industries.
Restaurateurs and foodservice distributors were recognized by the Certified Angus Beef brand for their leadership in product quality and marketing at the group’s annual conference in Nashville on Sept.
One month after Hurricane Irma landed in the Florida Keys, Paul Menta, executive chef of Key West’s acclaimed The Stoned Crab restaurant and co-founder of Three Hands Fish sustainable seafood market, will team up with fellow Key West chefs such as Martin Liz of Lost Kitchen Supper Club to headline the “Chefs 4 Neighbors” fundraiser dinner on October 11 at The National Hotel in Miami.
B.R. Cohn Winery—one of America’s premier producers of premium wine and extra virgin olive oil—announces the 2nd annual Sonoma Extra Virgin Festival (All Things Olive) will be held at the property on November 4 and 5.
Time to kick into high gear and start seriously planning for the holidays. To some extent, tradition always resonates, but creative add-ons can introduce new sparkle. Restaurants from the Big Apple to Iowa to Florida share what they’re doing beyond the usual turkey dinner and hot, cinnamony cocktails.
Cameron Mitchell Restaurants recently recognized nine managers and two restaurants for their outstanding performance in 2017. The awards were presented at the company’s annual Leadership Conference, which was held earlier this month in Columbus, Ohio.
Fontanafredda, one of Italy’s most prominent and historic Barolo producers, is pleased to announce the launch of the second annual Barolo Week in October 2017 after a highly successful first edition in 2016.
Pitchoun! Bakery announced its Chocolatier and Pastry Sous Chef, Kevin Clemenceau took first place at the 2017 AUI Pastry Cup Competition, held by Albert Ulster Imports (AUI) Fine Foods.The AUI Pastry Cup judges selected twelve competitors from across the country to showcase their creativity and expertise in a two-day, elimination style competition.
The 2017 Florida Restaurant & Lodging Show announced that the recipient of this year's TORCH Award, which was created to honor talented chefs for the brilliance of their careers and the impact they have had on the industry and their surrounding community, will be Michelle Bernstein, owner/operator of MBC Michelle Bernstein Catering Company,a full-service catering company as well as her wildly popular café concept, Crumb on Parchment.
The James Beard Foundation’s (JBF) Fifth Annual Taste America national culinary tour kicks off in Phoenix this Friday. Phoenix, which will be hosting Taste America for the fifth time as of this year, is one of 10 dynamic destinations the culinary tour is visiting through November 11.
The Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group, Inc, a collection of iconic American steakhouses headquartered in Boston, is celebrating 40 years as America’s classic steakhouse this October. The original Smith & Wollensky location opened in 1977 in New York City, and has since become an institution known for its American hospitality and New-York style swagger.
Food, technology, and design touch each of our lives every day. And, the link between the three is becoming even stronger. For the past four years, The Culinary Institute of America in collaboration with MIT Media Lab have convened reThink Food, a three-day event that gathers innovators from across the food, design, technology, and media sectors.
Angelenos will get a taste of the city’s thriving bar scene this fall when Cocktails in the City brings together leading cocktail bars from across Los Angeles to The Majestic Downtown for one night only on September 23.
Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute recently partnered with the Careers Through Culinary Education (C-CAP) and Samuels and Son Seafood for the annual C-CAP Teacher’s conference in Philadelphia on July 10–11.
Italian Village Restaurants, Chicago’s original Italian destination, is celebrating 90 years, marking an iconic milestone for the Capitanini family. Founded by Alfredo Capitanini in 1927, the Italian immigrant set out to give locals a genuine experience, offering the best cuisine from his homeland.