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Chefs in the Media (Cancelled)

Chefs in the Media
Join Culintro in a conversation on the impact of media on today's chef.  Chefs are wondering how to receive more attention beyond the kitchen while maintaining their culinary identity.  This discussion will examine whether joining a TV show, creating a product line, contributing magazine articles, or publishing a book is necessary for rising chefs to achieve success in today’s society. 
Hear Chefs Jonathan Waxman of Barbuto and Daniel Holzman of The Meatball Shop discuss the decisions they have made with media and the effects it has had on each of their careers.
Date: Monday, April 11th, 2011
Location: The Gabarron Foundation (149 E 38TH St. @ 3rd Avenue)
Time: 6-8PM (Cocktails 6-6:45PM; Lecture 7-8PM)
Tickets: $35 members/ $50 non-members


Anne E. McBride is the director of the Experimental Cuisine Collective at New York University, where she is also pursuing a PhD in food studies. She has co-authored four books with culinary professionals, including Chocolate Epiphany with François Payard and Culinary Careers with Rick Smilow.

Working as a successful chef, restaurateur and author, Jonathan Waxman has graced such prestigious kitchens as Chez Panisse in Berkeley and Michael’s in Los Angeles. Today, Waxman is the chef and owner of Barbuto in Manhattan's West Village.

Daniel started his cooking career at age 15 at Le Bernardin in New York City. When he moved to Las Vegas, NV, to fill a vacancy at Jean Louis Paladin's flagship restaurant Napa in the Rio Hotel, Daniel began what would ultimately become a 10-year culinary journey through some of Los Angeles, and San Francisco’s finest restaurants including The Campton Place, The Fifth Floor, Aqua and Jardinière.


Mon, Apr. 11, 2011
6 p.m. - 8 p.m. US/Eastern

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