Reinventing Yourself & Finding Success (NYC)
Are you an established restaurant professional looking to refine your identity, or an emerging chef carving out your niche within a hugely competitive marketplace? For many restaurant professionals, switching your creative direction during your career is common. How do you successfully switch from pastry to culinary or fine dining to casual? How do you move from marketing back to cooking?
Join Culintro as we discuss the topic of Reinventing Yourself & Finding Success. Hear stories and get advice from Georgette Farkas, owner/operator of the soon to open Rotisserie Georgette, Alex Stupak, Chef/Owner of the Empellon Restaurant Group, & Daniel Holzman and Michael Chernow of the Meatball Shop. The conversation will be moderated by Anne McBride, director of the Experimental Cuisine Collective at New York University, and culinary program and editorial director for the Strategic Initiatives Group at the Culinary Institute of America.
Date: Tuesday, March 12th
Time: Cocktails & Networking 6-7pm; Panel 7-8pm
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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, and culinary program and editorial director for the Strategic Initiatives Group at the Culinary Institute of America. She has co-authored four books with culinary professionals, including Chocolate Epiphany with François Payard and the recently released Les Petits Macarons with Kathryn Gordon.