Will Guidara Q&A

Restaurateur and Author

Q&A with Matt Sartwell, Managing Partner, Kitchen Arts & Letters Bookstore

Did you know that there are 16 dedicated cookbook stores across the United States and New York’s Kitchen Arts & Letters is the oldest of them? Founded by Nach Waxman (he passed away suddenly in August of 2021), it’s been a staple on the Upper East Side for nearly 40 years, housing over 12,000 titles.

Q&A With Kerry Paterson, President, NACUFS

Among the more innovative segments of foodservice is college and university dining. That has never been more true as higher education dining managers were forced to quickly pivot over the past two years as large student populations had to be fed. For some it was how to feed students in...

Dana Thompson Q&A

Co-Owner/COO, The Sioux Chef; and Executive Director, NATIFS

Q&A with Diana DeLucia, Publisher, Golf Kitchen

Diana DeLucia is the Publisher of Golf Kitchen and has traveled around the globe photographing and interviewing the chefs and teams behind the culinary excellence at Private Golf and Country Clubs. As a woman in a publisher’s position, she prides herself in being collaborative in...

Fraser Continues to Grow Hospitality Empire with La Marchande Debut

To the recently renovated Wall Street Hotel comes the culinary wizardry of John Fraser and chef Rick Horiike who, together, comprise the face of La Marchande. Fraser, himself Michelin-starred and whose hospitality group has opened a slew of critically-acclaimed eateries, brings his culinary prowess...

Ellen Yin Q&A

Restaurateur & Co-Founder and Owner, High Street Hospitality Group

Q&A with François Payard, Chef-Owner, Southold Social, North Fork NY

James Beard Award-winning Chef François Payard has opened a new bistro, Southold Social, within the namesake hamlet located in the heart of Long Island’s North Fork. The spirited concept offers approachable, local-origin dishes with a focus on seasonality and provenance. Payard is a third-generation chef who...