The Matters Team met with Bryan Woodhouse, dean of the School of Business and Applied Arts, to discuss the upcoming Chef Series, which will take place in the new state-of-the-art demonstration kitchen at Truax.
The Madison College Chef Series will highlight the entrepreneurial journey of each guest chef and the challenges they faced along the way. The evening will also cover methods of preparation, cooking demonstrations and serving of appetizers prepared by the chefs.
“These are people who have really climbed to the pinnacle of the culinary world,” exclaimed Woodhouse. “They have been gracious enough to come in and share their experience and their story with our students, and also with the general public, so we’re really excited about that.”
Chef Mindy Segal kicks off the series on Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 6 p.m. “Cookies and Cream with Mindy Segal” is free to Madison College students. A limited amount of tickets are also available to the public for $25 on Eventbrite.
Future events in the series include:
- Monday, Feb. 22, “Four Seasons Four Restaurants,” presented by Tory Miller, owner and executive chef of L’Etoile, Graze, Sujeo and Estrellón
- Thursday, Mar. 23, “The Heritage Farm Story,” presented by Chef Dan Fox, owner and executive chef of Heritage Tavern
- Wednesday, Apr. 19, “The Making of Pig in a Fur Coat,” presented by Daniel Bonanno, chef of Pig in a Fur Coat
- Wednesday, May 10, “Sardine, Marigold Kitchen, Gates and Brovi,” presented by Phillip Hurley and John Gadau, owners and co-executive chefs of these three Madison restaurants
Published January 27, 2017. Updated February 15, 2017.