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North Shore GC Makes Healthy, Fresh Juices

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North Shore GC now offers seasonal, fresh-squeezed juices for use in drinks, smoothies, and libations. Sometimes the best F&B ideas start with one consistent member request. That was the case at North Shore Golf Club, located on Lake Winnebago in Menasha, Wis. And the request was for fresh-squeezed grapefruit mimosas. “One of our most active […]


At Charlotte CC, Teamwork Makes the Dream Work

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Charlotte Country Club’s F&B success hinges on the dynamic relationships between its chefs. It’s a match made in culinary heaven: John Cornely, the savvy and skilled Executive Chef at Charlotte Country Club (CCC), and James Satterwhite, the club’s experienced and meticulously driven Executive Pastry Chef. They are one of the industry’s most dynamic culinary teams—and […]


Deviled Eggs with Chorizo

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Ingredients: 2 lbs. Chorizo sausage 3 lbs. Julienned yellow onion 2 fl. ozs. Olive oil 1½ cups sugar ½ oz. Accent ¼ oz. Ground black pepper ¼ oz. Smokes paprika ¼ oz. Ground chipotle pepper ¼ oz. Kosher salt 60 Eggs ½ cup Dijon mustard 1¼ cups Sour cream 1¼ cups Mayonnaise ½ bunch Minced […]


How Cowboys GC Created a Daily-Fee Culinary Destination

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Hagen Cleek, General Manager of Cowboys Golf Club in Dallas, Texas, worked closely with Executive Chef Kevin Grafton to create a brand new destination-dining concept at the world’s only NFL-themed daily-fee golf club. Never growing complacent is critical to F&B success. And Hagen Cleek, General Manager of Cowboys Golf Club in Dallas, Texas, takes this […]


A New Club Culinary Renaissance Is Here

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Club chefs are pushing the envelope even further, experimenting with new ideas, techniques and strategies. Over the past two decades, clubs’ food-and-beverage programs have evolved substantially. No one would deny that. We’ve abandoned mediocre, fast-casual fare and stepped up to provide upscale, modern and creative cuisine in a variety of formats and venues. We’re now […]


How Club Chefs Use Social Media

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Taking to platforms like Facebook and Instagram is helping culinarians market themselves, and their clubs. Food photography dominates digital feeds—from a perfectly composed amuse-bouche, to a panorama of new grills, to a beautiful wine dinner on the course. Ditto for culinary blogs, recipes and videos that are being shared, “liked” and linked. If the content […]