October 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to Our Issue! <h5>From the Latin word octo, “eight”, because this had been the eight month of the early Roman calendar.</h5> <h5>Featured Chef Rasmus Munk</h5> <img width=”250″ height=”300″ src=”https://infoodsys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/molekylchef-rasmus-250×300.jpg” alt=”” srcset=”https://infoodsys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/molekylchef-rasmus-250×300.jpg 250w, https://infoodsys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/molekylchef-rasmus.jpg 500w” sizes=”(max-width: 250px) 100vw, 250px” /> Chef Munk was born in 1991 in the little town of Randers on Jutland – predestined, he says to become either a “mechanic or join a biker gang”. But thanks to his best friend, who persuaded Read more…

September Newsletter

Welcome to Our Issue! <h5>From the Latin word septem, “seven,” because this had been the seventh month of the early Roman calendar.</h5> <h5>Featured Chef</h5> <figure> <img width=”266″ height=”189″ src=”https://infoodsys.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Chef-Junghyun-.jpeg” alt=”” /> <figcaption> Chef Junghyun Park</figcaption> </figure> Junghyun Park has gifted us Atomix: a tasting menu for trying times, one that soothes and transports not with bullhorn but with brushstroke Atomix is Park’s follow-up to his first New York project Atoboy.  But where the latter trafficked Read more…

August Newsletter 2019

Welcome to Our Issue! Named to honor the first Roman emperor (and grandnephew of Julius Caesar), Augustus Caesar (63 BC-AD 14). Featured Chef Chef jonathan Benno Jonathan Benno has worked alongside the country’s most venerable chefs—A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America , After more than two decades of helping run America’s great kitchens, Benno opened his own in 2014. Lincoln Ristorante at the Lincoln Center now has its own Michelin star and two stars Read more…

July 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to Our Issue! <h5>July; named to honor Roman dictator Julius Caesar (100 BC-44 BC), Julius Caesar made one of his greatest contributions to history: With the help of Sosigenes, he develop the Julian calendar, the precursor to the Gregorian calendar that we use today. Featured Chef Chef Francis Mallmann Not only is Francis Mallmann one of the most famous people in Argentina, but he’s also one of the best-known chefs in South America. His Read more…

June 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to Our Issue! <h5>June; named for the Roman goddess Juno, patroness of marriage and well-being of women. Also from the Latin word juvenis, “young people”. Featured Chef Chef Katie Button Chef Katie Button was born in the South, raised in the North, and educated in Europe. Now, she has returned to her roots as chef and owner of two unique restaurant concepts in Asheville, North Carolina: Cúrate Tapas Bar and Button & Co. Bagels Read more…

Welcome to Our Twenty Fifth Issue

Welcome to Our Issue! <h5>MAY. Named for the Roman goddess Maia, who oversaw the growth of plants. Also the Latin word maiores, “elders,” who were celebrated during this month. Featured Chef Chef Misti Norris Misti Norris, chef and owner of Petra and the Beast, in Dallas, is one of Food & Wine’s ten best new chefs in America. The prestigious annual list, released Tuesday, is yet another honor for Norris, whose restaurant landed at number seven on Texas Monthly’s round-up of the Read more…

Welcome to Our Twenty Fourth Issue

Welcome to Our Issue! <h5>April, from the Latin word aperio, ” to open” (bud), because plants begin to grow during this month. Featured Chef Executive Chef Brady Williams Executive Chef Brady Williams joined Canlis a year ago. His mother is Japanese, which accounts for the Japanese aesthetic so prevalent in his food. It’s part of what attracted him to Canlis, and vice versa. “So much of the restaurant’s story aligned with my story,” he said. Read more…

March Newsletter 2019

Welcome to Our Issue! <h5>March, named for the Roman god of war, Mars, this was the time of year to resume military campaigns that had been interrupted by winter. Featured Chef Executive Chef Mashama Bailey Mashama is a New York City girl – born in the Bronx and raised in Queens. Her maternal roots hail from Waynseboro, GA and as a result Mashama attended grammar school in Savannah at Charles Ellis and spent many summers Read more…

February – Newsletter 2019

Welcome to Our Issue! <h5>February comes from the Latin word “Februa” which means “to cleanse.” The month was named after the Roman Februalia, which was a month-long festival of purification and atonement. Featured Chef Pastry Chef Megan Fitzroy Megan MasterpieceOlive Oil Shortbread, Olive Oil Gelato, Blackberry, Blackberry FoamLongoven RestaurantMegan MasterpieceCoriander Roulade, Blueberry Gelee, White Chocolate, Blueberry-Lime SorbetLongoven RestaurantMegan MasterpieceYogurt Mousseline, Pickled Compressed Cucumber, Basil Seeds, Thai Basil SorbetLogoven Restaurant When Megan Fitzroy Phelan graduated from Read more…

January – Newsletter 2019

Happy New Year ! Welcome to Our Issue! <h5>Featured Chef – Michael Anthony</h5> <figure> <img width=”314″ height=”430″ src=”https://infoodsys.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Chef-Micahel-Anthony.jpg” alt=”” srcset=”https://infoodsys.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Chef-Micahel-Anthony.jpg 314w, https://infoodsys.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/Chef-Micahel-Anthony-219×300.jpg 219w” sizes=”(max-width: 314px) 100vw, 314px” /> <figcaption> Chef <I> De Cuisine / Gramercy Tavern NYC</figcaption> </figure> <a href=”https://www.gramercytavern.com/”>Ahi Tuna SaladBeautiful & Impacable Food Gramercy Tavern NYC</a>Grilled Shrimp & DumplingsGramercy TavernWarm Lobster SaladGramercy TavernWild Blueberry PieGramercy Tavern <pre style=”line-height: 12.75pt; background: white; margin: 0in 0in 12.0pt 0in;”>Michael Anthony is the Executive Chef of Gramercy Read more…

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