Feeding Your Passion: Celebrating NYU Women in the Culinary Arts- April 27


Panel discussion on women in the culinary arts followed by a post-panel networking reception catered by the students of the Steinhardt Food Studies and Food Management Program

Feeding Your Passion: Celebrating NYU Women in the Culinary Arts- April 27
Panel discussion on women in the culinary arts

WHAT: Panel discussion on women in the culinary arts followed by a post-panel        networking reception catered by the students of the Steinhardt Food Studies and Food Management Program

WHEN: Tuesday, April 27th, 6:00 pm

WHERE: Paulson Auditorium, Tisch Hall, NYU Leonard N. Stern School of Business 40 West 4th St., New York, NY 10012 (between University Pl. and Greene)

WHO:  Sylvie Bigar, freelance food and travel writer; her work appears regularly in Food Arts, National Geographic Traveler, Departures, Time Out New York and France Guide

Florence Fabricant, food, restaurant and wine columnist for The New York Times; author of 11 cookbooks: 2007 NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Alumni/Alumnae Award Winner

Rozanne Gold, first chef to Mayor Ed Koch: international food and restaurant consultant (Rainbow Room and Windows on the World); four-time James Beard award-winning chef; & author of 12 cookbooks

Amy Zavatto, contributing Editor to Imbibe magazine; writer for Frommers.com, Every Day with Rachael Ray, the Edible journals. Gotham, Ralph Lauren magazine, and others

Serena Palumbo, a New York corporate attorney and former ballerina, taught herself how to prepare food with unusual ingredients while growing up southern Italy. She currently hosts an online instructional cooking show, “Cooking in Manhattan,” on YouTube and believes the cooking process should be simple and healthy.

Moderated by Jennifer Berg, Director, NYU Graduate Program in Food Studies and Food Management

There will be a post-panel networking reception catered by the students of the Steinhardt Food Studies and Food Management Program. Admission is complimentary. RSVP at www.alumni.nyu.edu/feedingyourpassion.

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